Art about town

The exhibitions that opened during Manofim, the city’s contemporary arts and culture festival, can still be viewed.

November 6, 2014 11:59
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Blackbox Exhibition

A photograph taken on Hanevi’im Street by Avi and Mika Milgrom as part of the Blackbox Exhibition.. (photo credit: SARAH LEVI)


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When it comes to arts and culture, Jerusalem is almost always overshadowed by Tel Aviv. This past week, however, the capital had the opportunity to shine a light on its local creative community as it hosted its own contemporary arts and culture festival, “Manofim.”

The festival, which is in its seventh year, ran throughout the capital at the end of October, kicking off the city’s next season of arts and culture. Visitors checked out a variety of art exhibitions, performances, events and other activities scattered across the city.


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