Some say that the reopening of the cultural sector could be a time for a rebirth of the arts in Israel, particularly if the government chooses to support culture and give it the means to rebuild.
A visit to Qumran National Park and the history of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Although it briefly reopened in the summer, Israel’s flagship museum, has been closed most of the time since the beginning of the pandemic in March.
Somehow, the “impersonal” digital presentation fit the bill to a tee, in more than one sense.
The items are part of a trove from the Sassoon family, a wealthy family originally from Iraq, that the auction house is bringing for sale next month.
The grant will be transferred soon, a representative for the museum said, and the museum will reopen shortly.
While some smaller museums have been able to reopen a few of their galleries, Jerusalem’s Israel Museum has remained closed to visitors
Opening later this month, some of the works will be on display at the Israel Museum as part of the 'Shutters and Stairs: Elements of Modern Architecture in Contemporary Art' exhibition.