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'Objects', an exhibit highlighting Kristallnacht, appears in Israeli museum

Suly translates the historical and socio-cultural origins of the raw materials, dismantles, examines, reassembles and transforms them into unique art creations in a style known as "ready-made."

Jerusalem highlights: Week of August 13-19

Don't know what to do in Jerusalem the coming week? Here's a list of suggestions to enrich your summer.

Israel Museum debuts 'Divine Food' exhibition

“It is about how people exploit the symbols in which we believe, in order to generate personal wealth or, maybe, they really do believe in the symbol.”


Meet the young Jewish artist using AI to interpret the Western Wall

Using a program called StyleGan2, Temkin trained a data set of images of the Western Wall that are all similar and with the computer program created images that are completely new. 


Israel Museum to host new ‘modern masterpieces’ exhibit

The exhibit, "Picasso to Kentridge: Modern Masterpieces on Paper," is being sponsored by the Genesis Philanthropy Group (GPG).

THE KANDINSKY painting ‘Noisy Surroundings.’

Divine edibles, rare drawings, magical music: All at the Israel Museum

There is too much going on there to cover everything in a single article, but here are a few highlights and you can check the website for a complete listing of all that is available this summer.

Grapevine May 30, 2021: Seeking director

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Another director steps down from Israel Museum

Prof. Ido Bruno helped the museum navigate the impact of the pandemic while maintaining its staff and balancing its budget during a long and difficult year.

Rediscovering the woman who took a leap of faith

The forgotten story of gallerist Bertha Urdang, who catapulted Israeli artists to fame in the US and cultivated a generation of creators, is finally told in the exhibition ‘A Gallery of Her Own’.


The Israel Museum returns to routine with ‘The Bureaucrat’ exhibit

First live exhibit opening in a year enhanced by David Grossman’s thoughts on Matan Ben Cnaan’s painting.

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