Art

  • No Game For Children

    Bereavement meets art

    By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

  • Firas Nassar as Nidal in Fauda

    Is Fauda going to resurrect a departed character?

    By AMY SPIRO

  • CATE BLANCHETT in Julian Rosefeldts’s ‘Manifesto.’ (Elie Posner/Israel Museum Jerusalem)

    A multi-screen manifesto and a group exhibit on intimacy

    By URI BOLLAG

  • Making the desert a work of art

    By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN

  • A scene from Anat Gov’s ‘A Warm Family’

    A warm family

    By HELEN KAYE

  • BLACK CROW gets ready to pay tribute to Joni Mitchell.

    Getting personal with Joni Mitchell

    By BARRY DAVIS

  • SCENES FROM ‘Walter Arlen’s First Century,’ which will be screened at the EPOS festival March 28

    A celebration of Walter Arlen’s life and music

    By HANNAH BROWN

  • Haifa’s Tikotin Museum turning on the light

    By HAGAY HACOHEN

  • Haifa’s Tikotin Museum turning on the light

    By HAGAY HACOHEN

  • Sweet 16 for the French Film Festival in Israel

    By HANNAH BROWN