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New book, art exhibit focuses on 20 women who survived prostitution

The book is accompanied by works created by 20 different artists inspired by the women. Each artist created a unique work following the life story of each survivor.

‘Summer Snow’ to heat up Tel Aviv dance and culture scene

Summer Snow will be performed at the Suzanne Dellal Center on May 4-6, 28-31, June 1, 10-12, 17-19.

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
29/04/2021

Writers Festival: Safran Foer analyzes identify, art and influence

Safran Foer was something of a wunderkind, bursting onto the global literary stage in 2002, at the tender age of 25 with his well-received debut offering, Everything Is Illuminated.

28/04/2021

Germany restitutes medieval painting stolen by Nazis to rightful heirs

A painting depicting St. Florian of Lorch, also known as the patron saint of Linz, Austria, was restituted to the heirs of A.S. Drey, a Jewish art dealership that operated in Munich and New York.

Seeing the ‘Pardes’ for the trees with the Vertigo Dance Company

The title “Pardes” refers to an orchard but also to the roots of the word, which hail from the Persian “paradise.”

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
26/04/2021

Jerusalem Cinematheque presents exhibit of children’s art on coronavirus

Exhibition was created under the patronage of Chief of General Staff of the Czech Armed Forces Gen. Aleš Opata, and the Metropolitan Archbishop of Prague, the Czech Primate Dominic Cardinal Duka OP.

Back with 'The Bat': Dan Ettinger returns to Israel with 'Die Fledermaus'

Dan Ettinger is certainly giving his first gig here since the virus outbreak every chance of bringing home the kosher bacon.

22/04/2021

Mediterranean Biennale returns with fourth installment

The aim of this year’s show is to explore the theme of multicultural cooperation and the role of art as a bridge between peoples, places and of ideas in order to develop a transcultural dialogue.

By DANIEL SHORKEND
20/04/2021

Glimpse of Paradise: A colorful history of Armenian ceramics in Jerusalem

Jerusalem Armenian ceramic was introduced during the Mandate Period by the British.

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
20/04/2021
Christ and the Samaritan Woman by  Bernardo Strozzi (1581–1644), dated to the first half of 17th cen

Dutch museum pays thousands to compensate for looted Nazi art

The descendants of Richard Semmel's family friends were granted 200,000 euros by the Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle in the Netherlands, where the previously-owned painting currently sits.

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