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American illustrator keeps the victims of the Pittsburgh massacre close to heart.
"Germany has a historic responsibility to do the right thing," said World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder
All six artists lost a close relative in military service, and are exhibiting works which made artistic use of elements taken from children’s games.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Actor Firas Nassar stops by the set of filming for the show's third season
By AMY SPIRO
A round-up of some of the most intriguing art on display in the country this month
By URI BOLLAG
“At Ben Gurion University, art is far more than an academic discipline... It is a source of beauty, both on campus, and for the wider Beersheba community.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The verbal and physical shenanigans gallop from the ridiculous to the improbable and back again, launched by Gov’s dialogue that mercilessly lays bare the myriad mutations of family relations.
By HELEN KAYE
Jerusalem show pays tribute to iconic Canadian singer-songwriter on her 75th birthday
By BARRY DAVIS
Ra’anana Symphonette to perform ‘Song of Songs’ by 99-year-old Austrian-born composer
By HANNAH BROWN
‘Micropop’ presents new trends in Japanese art to Israeli audience
By HAGAY HACOHEN
The 2007 painting by Mahomi Kunikata, The Useless Cave, is both entrancing and misleading.
The festival features nearly 20 films, which include the best of recent French cinema as well as some 20th-century gems. All the films have Hebrew subtitles and most have English subtitles as well.
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