Graham Lawson

Graham Lawson

Graham Lawson grew up and was educated in Dublin, Ireland. He emigrated in 2005, lived in Jerusalem for four years and now lives in Tel Aviv. He writes regularly on arts and culture for The Jerusalem Post and for other publications.
Art by Yair Garbuz

All the world’s a stage

12/30/2016
'Motherland' at the Negev Museum of Art

A very Russian journey

03/16/2016
Art by Roee Rosen

The many faces of Roee Rosen

02/11/2016
Beduin succa

Building ‘The Eternal Succa’

09/08/2015
Jewish art

Judaism’s many colors, many layers

08/26/2015
Gilles Peress – contact sheet, Palestinian Jerusalem, 2013.

Israel and the West Bank: A view from the outside

06/06/2015
AN EXAMPLE OF Afghani carpets is on display at the Israel Museum in its ‘6 Artists 6 Projects’ exhib

‘The Bank Hapoalim Affair’ Smuggled out of Afghanistan, Ido Michaeli’s carpet is now on exhibit

05/05/2015
A SCREENSHOT of Aya Ben-Ron’s online exhibition ‘The Last Voyage to Cythera.’

The weird and wonderful world of Aya Ben-Ron

04/26/2015
Children in Ha’ovdim neighborhood, Kiryat Haim.

A man of leisure

11/26/2014
'WHAT COURAGE!' by Francisco de Goya

Goya’s visions of war show in Haifa

11/02/2014
Israeli security force

‘The politics of here and there’

10/30/2014
MICHAËL BORREMANS’S “The Devil’s Dress,” 2011

‘As sweet as it gets’

09/27/2014
Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Delving into Delft

09/15/2014
Chagall solitude

Resurrecting Chagall

08/19/2014
Liselotte Grschebina, Lanceuse de disque, 1937

La nouvelle femme

07/15/2014
IPPITSUSAI BUNCHO

An unfolding of beauty

07/09/2014

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