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Before becoming director of Berlin’s Jewish Museum, Schafer was known as perhaps the preeminent Jewish studies scholar in Germany.
Throughout the centuries, the Jewish cemetery had been completely forgotten, until some of its remains were uncovered during construction works in 2012.
The Jerusalem Post first exposed the antisemitism scandal.
There were several professional confluences, with Nitzan designing the covers for a couple of Cohen’s records and providing video art for the trumpeter’s powerful Big Viscious jazz program.
By BARRY DAVIS
'King David' transforms the walls and archeological excavations of the Citadel into a giant-sized cinematic production.
By PENINA HOROWITZ
The St. Genevieve Library houses around two million books and documents, and is frequented by Parisians and Sorbonne students.
By MEIR BLEICH
As you stare up at the ceiling you are treated to a psychedelic display of constantly changing shapes that meld and split, and go with the musical flow.
In all, 75 artifacts were shipped from Jerusalem to Taipei.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Now, the museum is “my whole life,” she says. “I am now the vagina lady.”
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
During séances in 1904, spiritual guides proposed the construction of a temple that would house spiritually derived works of art. The commission for such a series of works fell to af Klint.
By SAM BEN-MEIR
Since ancient times, Jews have always been surrounded by the love, care and friendship of Azerbaijanis – while in other countries, Jews were subjected to discrimination and persecution.
By SEYMUR MAMMADOV
Movies, museums, and more...
By MICHAL GALANTI
If Hiroshima shocks with its apocalyptic scenes, Ein Harod transports the visitor into an age that seems more authentic and cultured.
By PAMELA PELED
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