art

Unusual compound found in Rembrandt’s ‘The Night Watch’ - study

As part of the 2019 Operation Night Watch, an international research team joined forces to study how the painting materials react chemically and with time.

TV star Lisa Edelstein captures her Jewish family in a solo painting exhibit

This TV star has channeled her culture into her new passion.

By LINDA BUCHWALD/JTA
21/01/2023

Artist Christopher Hartmann displays oil paintings in Tel Aviv

German-born British artist Christopher Hartmann uses traditional layered oil painting techniques to create images that are very much a part of the Instagram age.

By NERIA BARR
20/01/2023

This artist returned to Israel's embrace from a life in Silicon Valley

Sagi Erez’s work is appearing in ‘Illusion,’ a solo exhibition at the Tribal Art & Israeli Art Gallery, 13 Merkaz Ba’alei Melacha Street, Tel Aviv, until February 11.

Une des oeuvres de Charlotte Salomon

New film brings to life ‘the largest single work of art created by a Jew during the Holocaust’

“Charlotte Salomon: Life and the Maiden” will make its world premiere at Lincoln Center on Weds., January 18.

By SARAH ROSEN/JTA
18/01/2023

Christie's honors 25 years of Nazi-confiscated art restitution efforts

Christie's Restitution Department will organize a year-long, worldwide series of events.

By BOAZ EDIDIN
17/01/2023

Collector Jose Mugrabi invests in Nir Tzuk's digital bank

Maariv learned that Mugrabi was one of the first investors in the bank and was recruited to the project by a former treasury official.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
16/01/2023

Israel Museum exhibit showcases taste of Hindu tradition, practices

There are 14 sculptures of deities in the show, which features divine characters that are important to the 4,000-year-old Hindu belief system.

13/01/2023

The enigmatic drawings of surgeon-cum-artist David Amir

Amir's work as an orthopedic surgeon at the Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital and his doctorate in electrophonic research clearly influence his art.

By DANIEL SHORKEND
13/01/2023

The small miracle of AI art: Our relationship with food, memory

One of the installations in the Kol Haot exhibition was a small project based on AI art, conceived by designer and artist Tova Safra.

By LIAM FORBERG
13/01/2023
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