The title The Third Dream – which encompasses an ensemble of seven solo exhibitions – is taken from the title of a painting by Pesach Slabosky, which is on display in the Museum’s entrance lobby (fig. 1). At the center of the painting, the artist had written in printed letters (in Hebrew), “This is the third dream I remember,” in keeping with his custom of incorporating into his works snippets of sentences that he had randomly picked up in his surroundings. Reality imperceptibly invades the innermost planes of the artist’s consciousness, springing from them back into the work and into the museum’s spaces. Thus, The Third Dream exhibitions invite viewers into a dimension where reality is a dream that becomes a nightmare – and through it, the artistic work reflects the reality of our lives.