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Helen Bar-Lev: 50 years of adventure in Israel

Artist and poet Helen Bar-Lev has reinvented herself in Jerusalem, Safed and the Upper Galilee.


Art Roundup: NFTs, pools and rocks abound

A preview of August exhibitions around the country:

Mekudeshet Festival Arkho project offers immersive take on music making

It must be difficult for artists who take the stage to completely immerse themselves in their work and remain unaffected by the ego-pumping response of the audience.


The binding work of Yehuda Miklaf

Today in his spacious studio in the capital’s Talpiot industrial district, Miklaf is busy printing limited edition Hebrew texts and binding books, often one-offs, for a worldwide clientele.


Jerusalem highlights July 22 – 28

What's new to do in Israel's capital?

Catalonia: from Dali to Nahmandias

Catalonia, or Catalunya as the locals write it, is the restive, independence-oriented region of northeastern Spain, centered on Barcelona.

By David Harris , MARK GORDON

Love, pain and humor: Israel's Bezalel Graduate Exhibition 2022

Incredible displays of talent, dedication and pure artistry shone across all departments. If you are in the mood for some light digging, you’ll surely find some diamonds in the rough.

Ein Harod measures spaces between past and current art

A new group exhibition with works by Shira Gepstein, Eyal Assulin, Nitzan Satt and I. S. Kalter is now shown at Ein Harod.

Ayala Netzer’s exhibit launches Jerusalem Botanical Gardens gallery

Gaby Hamburg Fhima: “There is an oxymoronic mix here, between beauty and ugliness, pain and pleasure. All of that is deeply entrenched in her works.”


Jerusalem highlights July 15-21

What's new to do in Israel's capital?

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