05.29.2016 | 21 Iyar, 5776
President Rivlin congratulates Jordan on Independence Day in Arabic
Arab League supportive of French peace initiative
Authorities to drill massive rocket attack this week
Abbas asks for NATO to replace IDF in West Bank as part of peace deal
Bennett vows to 'go all the way' in showdown with Netanyahu over cabinet, Liberman vote
Thousands march in Tel Aviv against Liberman defense portfolio appointment
J’lem aims to finish off Hapoel in Game 4 in Tel Aviv
Film on Eritrean killed when mistaken for terrorist wins at Docaviv festival
ANALYSIS: The plot to replace Netanyahu
Netanyahu’s government may be near collapse, report says
Poll: Party led by Kahlon, Ya'alon, and Sa'ar could topple Netanyahu
Comedy for Koby to give Israelis comic therapy
Rocket Man rocks Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv documentary festival announces film winners
Mac TA, Eilat into Final Four; Jerusalem closing in
Morocco refuse to play Israel in wheelchair tennis World Cup
Disappointing denouement for Mac TA
The soldier who fired a defense minister
Jerusalem Post Letters to the Editor: Cementing the Right
Jerusalem Post Editorial: Insecurity checks
‘Why are all the traitors coming from the Left?’
Khameini warns new Iranian parliament against Western 'schemes'
Forbidden felines: Saudi cleric declares selfies with cats 'un-Islamic'
Report: Israel and Arab states discuss new Palestinian leader to succeed Abbas
IAEA: Iran's uranium stockpile stays within limit set by nuclear deal
US pro-gun lobby to 'Ayatollahs of Iran': You haven't met alligator wrestlers, cowboys of America
Senior Iranian official: Secret, second wife of Iran's FM 'spied for the West'
Too hot for Tehran: Glam couple flee Iran after model photos deemed 'un-Islamic'
ISIS plans to ignite ethnic war in Fallujah upon leaving the city, document allegedly reveals
Analysis: Islamic State may be down, but it's far from out
US prosecutors move to unseal case of Ivy League student who defected from ISIS
Australia holds five suspected of plotting sailing trip to join ISIS
LA gala raises funds for IAF foundation
Birthright invades Tel Aviv for Sweet 16
‘Post’ investigation finds German city’s facilities used to wage BDS
Former London mayor Ken Livingstone fired from radio show following Hitler comments
New worlds: Simulation on microchip offers insight into dynamics of cellular function
Without research, there is no medicine
Surprise! Anti-BDS gift box coming straight to your front door
Research shows exposure to dirty air may raise risk of heart disease
Most medical marijuana users benefit from treatment, finds Ben-Gurion University study
‘Smart park’ coming to capital’s Sacher Park
Analysis stage begins at latest Golan drilling site
Green tech at the forefront of talks on US-Israel collaboration
Israel faces lack of enforcement of environmental policies, says report
'Smart car' tech to get boost from US-Israel collaboration
Tech Talk: Student hackathons are the new rage
Tech Talk: CES Asia 2016
Tech can’t thrive without women, says Israeli-born Oracle CEO
NY Times editor calls out Trump for ignoring supporters’ anti-Semitic tweets
Who needs Hillary? Trump, Sanders mull televised debate
Sanders' pro-Palestine backers could spark uproar at Dem convention
Jewish leaders push to get two-state solution proposal on next president's desk
Captain America revealed as a secret Nazi in new comic
The personal account of a Canadian lawyer hiking the Israel National Trail
Grapevine: Loving the city
Star Catcher: Astrology for the week of May 27, 2016
Podcast: The mystery of Tel Aviv’s Jane Doe alleys
Briefing: Liberman, Trump and fascism
Podcast: A stable Israeli government? Fat chance
Grapevine: Animal husbandry
Employees send their boss on a special vacation
WATCH: Kittens are the best audience
WATCH: 6ft Balloon Bursts in Slow Motion
22 Photographs where time really stood still
'In the navy'
On the 50th anniversary of Agnon’s Nobel Prize
Books: Blood diamonds
The forgotten casualties
The good news and the bad
Homage to Anne
Necessary Stories: The plowman meets the reaper
Artist of patterns
Veterans: Reaching one’s full potential
Books: Unlikely characters
Books: Totally certifiable
Books: Beauty and boredom of war
An African night in Jerusalem
In your footsteps, Orwell
This week in Jerusalem
Always look on the bright side of yourself
The long and winding road
From chaos to creation
An oddly individual thing – handwriting
Agriculture is having a (vertical) field day
אַלְמָז פּוֹסַעַת בִּשְבִילֵי יַלְדוּתָה
סְטֶנְד-אַפּ שֶל רוֹתֶם אַבּוּהָב
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Christian leaders seek insight into Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Protectors of the Holy Land
Digging with the Bible
Green Journey – Cycling on the Trails of the Living
Remembering Isaac Ochberg
Czech prime minister plants tree in Jerusalem grove of nations
Dado Scenic Lookout Dedicated on Israel's Northern Border
Golani Soldiers Clean up the Forests of Northern Israel
Greek President Plants Olive Tree in Jerusalem Grove of Nations
Italian Environment Minister Discovers Negev Agriculture
Kenyan President Plants an Olive Tree in Jerusalem
Hugging a Tree? Beware of the Pine Processionary Caterpillar!
UN World Water Day 2016: Better Water, Better Jobs
International Forest Day 2016: Saying Thank You to the Trees
US Forestry Service Shares Remote Sensing Tech with Israel
KKL-JNF and The Italian State Forestry Corps Sign a Memorandum
JNF USA & Alexander Muss High School in Israel
Both Receive Charity Navigator's Highest Rating
First-Ever Birthright Israel Trip for Jewish Law Enforcement Announced
90 Year-old Giuditta Matalon Embraces the Children of Israel
Peonies and Pineapples in the Negev Desert
An Interview with Israel Prize Winner Prof. Yossi Katz
Arava Open Day 2016
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
The Burqa-wearing Trojan Horse
A Second Daniel; A Tudor Intrigue by Neal Roberts
Jewish history and demography
“Fascism is looming over the US…” a response to Dr. Laitman
"Seated Man with a Cane," a highly valuable painting by Amedeo Modigliani, was revealed to be owned as an offshore asset.
The curators of the exhibitions aim to achieve greater transparency regarding the search for rightful heirs to any of the works.
Le Mahané Yéhouda est depuis quelques mois le cadre d’un ambitieux projet : après la fermeture des stands, les stores baissés s’ornent d’immenses peintures célébrant des personnalités de l’histoire et de la culture juives
By SARAH LEVI
Dans L’histoire enchantée du petit juif à roulettes, l’animateur de France 2 règle son compte avec humour et dérision à une trajectoire peu linéaire. Le 12 novembre en Israël
By NATHALIE BLAU
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
By PEGGY CIDOR
In truth, there’s not a dull moment in the whole shebang, and the more you consider a particular work, the more you consciously discern.
By BARRY DAVIS
McKnight’s observations about life, in her lyrics, have frequently tended towards the grittier, bluesier side, so the darker vocal delivery and onstage deportment should suit that well.
Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs.
Sitting down with the promising artist, who despite her young age is making waves with her digital works.
By NATALIE CHETBOUN
Lenny Ben-David hits a milestone on his website of vintage Palestine photos.
By Gil Stern Stern ZOHAR
The here and now is on display at the Rosenbach Contemporary.
While one might expect to see some promise in the work of a novice, Laub gives the impression of having achieved early maturity.
The ‘Mus(e)ic’ exhibition brings its striking notes to the Jerusalem Theater.
By JOSH DELL
In an upper-floor apartment on Bereniki Street, Abramson and his team of eight designers spend their days creating brightly colored works and branding pieces for Jerusalem organizations.
By YAEL BRYGEL
Native Jerusalemite Yoav Horesh makes the viewer a creator, with his photography exhibit ‘PerSlovak 2.0.’
By CARL HOFFMAN
An interview with Batnadiv HaKarmi about her in-depth artistic study on each one of the Hebrew Bible’s chapters
By NATALIE FISHER
Exhibits aplenty at the Artists House
‘Rhythm Fabric Soul’ feeds off Tanya Fredman’s odyssey into the mysteries and wonders of Mother Africa.
The Israel Museum launched the ‘Twilight in Berlin’ exhibition at the end of September; The director of Berlin’s Nationalgalerie speaks about how it personally affected him.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
If only these posters could speak – just imagine.
In this biennale event, contemporary works feed off the artistic spirit of Israel’s ‘grounded’ artist.
Second Jerusalem Biennale for contemporary Jewish art returns to Israel's Diaspora roots.
AleXsandro Palombo says his shocking campaign seeks to persuade victims of abuse to speak out, but not everyone accepts his Photoshopped images as a legitimate strategy.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
South Africa’s ‘pop-chazzan’ breathes new life into an Israeli folk classic.
By BENITA ZIVE
Local food photographer Haim Yosef brings two of his passions, cooking and photography, to the third ‘Food Processor’ exhibit in Tel Aviv.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents Israeli video artist Ben Hagari’s new work, ‘Potter’s Will’
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
There are some charming extramural classical music offerings at the Eden-Tamir Music Center in Ein Kerem.
The lavish Haggadah provides a complete, traditional text in Hebrew and English.
By SALLY RIPS
"Israeli art is world class and not enough people know about it," says Ken Gould, director of KUNSTENISRAËL (Art and Israel).
By VIVA SARAH PRESS/ISRAEL21C
A very Jerusalem garage band, in the form of Tandu.
By ORRI J. AVRAHAM
Un Hebreo depicts an elderly Jewish man, with a very pained, expressive face.
By MIRANDA LEVINGSTON
Hechal Hatarbut, February 24
By DAVID BRINN
Local choreographers Odelya Kuperberg and Israel Aloni investigate belief through the body in their new joint work "Godlike."
The movie presents a very different side of Saudi Arabia than what we see on the news...
By HANNAH BROWN
Hannah Brown reports from the Berlin Film Festival.
Social media campaigns lobby Springsteen to stop considering Israel show.
More than 600 artists will display some 800 pieces of art in an exhibit that will take place in Bank Hapoalim’s main office in Tel Aviv.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Much of Rosen’s work has involved the use of text, which is often interwoven with characters he has created.
By GRAHAM LAWSON
The Scorpions, Deep Purple, Foreigner and Blue Oyster Cult will party like it’s 1976.
The Prima Facie exhibit at Tel Aviv University highlights leading international and Israeli artists’ different approaches to portraiture.
This weekend’s musical series at Kfar Blum is dedicated to the sights and sounds of the Holy City.
Award-winning Israeli actress Moran Rosenblatt immerses herself in the emotional role of a young woman with a mild mental disability in the new film ‘Wedding Doll.’
Public warned to be on heightened alert; warning not based on specific intelligence of terror activity.
By ARIK BENDER
The play is set in the backyard of a home on a veteran kibbutz in the Jezreel Valley where the family is gathering to celebrate Independence Day
By HELEN KAYE
The Respekt project started in 2011 with artists in Russia and the German Goethe-Institut in Moscow.
By MICHAEL GAERTNER
An independent and ambitious project in the Mahaneh Yehuda shuk seeks to fill each empty shutter with a mural celebrating the personalities of Jewish history and culture
The exhibition, featuring works by a number of local artists, is held annually by the Worker’s Advice Center to raise money for its Woman and Work initiative.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art hosts its annual gala.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Longtime ‘Jerusalem Post’ cartoonist Yaakov Kirschen passionately speaks about empowering an army of online cartoon activists.
Sculptor Anita Birkenfeld clothes the void in her new exhibition on display in Jaffa.
By ARIEL HENDELMAN
A nine-year project with 54 artists comes to its culmination at the Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art.
A song for Iyar B: 'The Song of Freedom'
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
New book: The Voice of Silence
A song for Adar A: 'Only about Myself'
Sculpture: Here, Now, and Eternity
Painting: Between Landscape and Abstract
New exhibit: Dolls Art
New book: On the Path of Her Youth
New play: Kinneret, Kinneret
New album: Thirsts II
New exhibit: The New Bezalel
New book: We Israelis
New show: I’m on vacation, manage on your own
The doyen of Anglo-Jewish letters invokes the murdered teenage diarist to reassure worried Jews everywhere.
By THOMAS ORSZÁG-LAND
Frank Stella’s work is all about getting rid of conventional ideas – especially where art is concerned.
By DAVID STROMBERG
Conceptual artist Barbara Kruger makes people question their assumptions.
Two exhibits at the Israel Museum show how culture suffered from the rise of Nazism because it stands against hate and aggression.
A gallery in the Arab town of Umm el-Fahm uses creativity and culture to bring about change.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
In an Arad hangar, artist Dorrit Yacoby’s legacy lives on after her death.
By ANGELA LEVINE
Photographer Hendler’s legacy is his stunning body of work, some examples of which are presented below.
The life and times of Ilana Goor.
Diagnosed at 24 with focal hand dystonia, for which there is no cure, concert pianist Ran Zemach learned to reconnect with the piano by understanding hand physiology and proper technique.
By AVI TUCHMAYER
A prizewinning young artist helps us to interpret the world around us.
With one foot well into the 10th decade of her eventful life, Bloch looks back on years of work as she paces through her crowded living room.
The briefest of glimpses of one of the 20 items in that adorn the well-lit gallery display area will reveal that El-Natan was not just any artist
Illustrating one woman’s challenging journey to pregnancy.
By PAMELA PELED
Learning about art and more with Dalia Eshet – who has seen a thing or two in her long life.
“I don’t change anything in my photographs with Photoshop,” Pini Hamou declares.
With his partner Berel Hahn, Souza is working to transform the shuk gallery into a nonprofit.
By RUCHIE ZEMA
Dissecting Israel’s collective emotional baggage as a country perpetually on the brink of war.
Painting a profile of Sara Geiger Ginor – artist, traditionalist, woman
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
In honor of International Women’s Day, I have chosen to shine the spotlight on three young, hip female artists who are great role models to women, as well as teenagers.
By ANNIE KADOSH ORENSTEIN
Israeliness is a very specific experience, and sometimes our reality oscillates wildly between the mundane and the dramatic.
Artist Nihad Dabeet has led a very colorful life.
Laplace may have been shaken by the Charlie Hebdo attack, but the show went on for him.
Ruth Noam’s unusual works are moved by the energy and tempo of Israeli life, harnessing the violence and stress to make something uniquely expressive.
Joy and fulfillment flourish from the special-needs classroom to the studio.
"It is an exhibition in the heart of a land that has many, many troubles – and it makes us wonder about this utopia and where we are living now."
By SARAH LEVY
Or how to succeed in the music business abroad without really trying.
By ORIT ARFA
Berlin-based art historian and lecturer Prof. Matthias Flügge, who curated the Umm el-Fahm half of the show, says he had his work cut out to tailor the layout to the premises up North.
The exhibition includes historic and contemporary artifacts, but revolves around the story of the 3 Armenian families who relocated their pottery industry to British-ruled Jerusalem 100 years ago.
Passion on parade in Irit Kalechman’s large-scale works at Acre’s Okashi Art Museum.
Leonardo Grinberg is fashioning the Hebrew letters into elaborate art
Sitting down with nonagenarian classical composer Sergiu Natra
Niro Taub has made it his mission to open people’s eyes and minds and get them to realize that what they are seeing on the walls of the city, the ‘canvas of Tel Aviv,’ is a legitimate form of art
The Bethlehem Icon Center keeps alive an ancient artistic tradition
Much more than just a place to display creations and grab a bite, Almog’s Gallery near Kfar Saba is a charming labor of love.
By NOREEN SADIK
Murielle Cohen, 30+ From New York City to Moshav Gea, 2005
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
JERUSALEM-BASED artist Ruth Schreiber will open her exhibition Beyond Rubies.
A round-up of news from around Jerusalem.