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Friday, September 25, 2020

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Artist of the Week

Artist of the Week: Wheels

David Reeb “Wheels,” 2004 “Wheels” is part of a new exhibition at the Elma Arts Complex Luxury Hotel in Zichron Ya’akov, Israel. Titled “A Walk in...

Image of the Week: Shattered Glass

On May 6 in the southern Israeli city of Ashdod, an Israeli child looks at shattered glass at the entrance to a building damaged...

Image of the Week: ‘Upper Galilee’

Noam Chen “Upper Galilee,” 2015 The slopes of the Upper Galilee in the spring. “Upper Galilee” is part of the international exhibition “Passage to Israel” (passagetoIsrael.org).

Image of the Week: Seder in Warsaw Ghetto

Seder in the Warsaw Ghetto A seder in the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland. The imperative to remember is a significant part of Passover. In the...

Image of the Week: Yemenite Seder

A Yemenite Habbani family celebrates Passover in Tel Aviv. At a Yemenite seder, there is no individual seder plate; the entire table is the...

Artist of the Week: ‘UWR #3’

Michal Ronnen Safdie “UWR #3” “UWR #3” is part of the book and exhibition “Under My Window.” The photographs were taken from the window of Safdie’s...

Artist of the Week: ‘Agamon Hula: Light’

    By Tzachi Yaffe “Agamon Hula: Light,” 2015 Cranes at the Hula Nature Reserve in Upper Galilee, Israel. “Agamon Hula: Light” was part of the international exhibition...

Image of the Week: ‘Monument to the Fallen,’ 2018

Dave Bender “Monument to the Fallen,” 2018 The Monument to the Negev Brigade, overlooking Beersheba, is a memorial to 324 Palmach Negev Brigade members who died...

Image of the Week: Dor Kedmi

Dor Kedmi:  “Tel Aviv, Winter,” 2019 “Tel Aviv, Winter” is part of the international photography exhibition “Passage to Israel” (passagetoIsrael.org). Credit: Dor Kedmi

Artist of the Week: Tile Does Survive

Ryan Torok “Tile Does Survive,” 2019 Made with Malibu tile, the Marla Bennett Israel Discovery Center and Garden sign at the Shalom Institute was damaged, not...

Artist of the Week: Yehoshua Halevi 

“Winter Sunrise,” 2018, Yehoshua Halevi Winter sunrise as seen from Kibbutz Hanaton in northern Israel. Photograph by Yehoshua Halevi

Artist of the Week: Laura Ben-David

“Tower of David,” 2018 taken by Laura Ben-David Photo taken from within the Tower of David at the highest point in the Old City of Jerusalem,...

Artist of the Week: ‘Tomb of Samuel”

“Tomb of Samuel,” 2018 Dave Bender The tomb of the Prophet Samuel. The site, venerated by Jews and Muslims, is also called Nabi Samwil and sits...

Artist of the Week: August 24. 2018

“Haifa at Dawn,” 2018, Laura Ben-David “Haifa at Dawn” is part of the international exhibition “Passage to Israel” at the Sagamore Hotel in Miami Beach...

Image of the Week: A Shofar Blast at ‘the Nazis’

Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld, leader of Ohev Sholom — The National Synagogue in Washington, D.C., blows the shofar “to drown the evil shrieks of the...

Artist of the Week: August 10, 2018

William Meyers “Glendale, Queens, May 4, 2001” This photo is part of the series “Outer Boroughs: New York Beyond Manhattan.” Through compelling streetscapes, Meyers pays tribute...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Dor Kedmi

Artist at Work, Jerusalem Design Week 2018 Jerusalem-based photographer Dor Kedmi captured this artist at work during Jerusalem Design Week, which ran June 7–14. Kedmi...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Eliezer Armon

“Synagogue at Bahad 1,” 2009 The synagogue is a monumental structure located at Bahad 1 — the Israel Defense Forces’ school for officers. The stairway-entrance...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Mount Herzl Memorial 

Kimmel Eshkolot Architects Mount Herzl Memorial The Mount Herzl Memorial at Israel’s national cemetery officially was opened to the public after this year’s Memorial Day, Yom HaZikaron. Officially...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Itamar Grinberg

Itamar Grinberg “Field of Sunflowers,” 2012 A sunflower field in the northern Negev. “Field of Sunflowers” is part of the international exhibition “Passage to Israel” at...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ammar Younis

“Araf,” 2011 “Araf” is a monochrome portrait of 94-year-old Fakhriyya Abdallah Younis. The photographer, from the Arab town of Umm el-Fahm, offers a sense of...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot on being a Mom Gal Gadot cuddles with her daughter Alma, now 6, in an Instagram photo. Said Gadot: “How to be a...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Laura Ben-David

Laura Ben-David “HOPE,” 2014 A farewell party in Manipur, India, for Bnei Menashe Jews who were about to make aliyah. “Hope” is part of the international exhibition...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Sir Anish Kapoor

Sir Anish Kapoor “Leviathan,” 2011 British-Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor created “Leviathan” for the Grand Palais, Paris. In 2017, Kapoor won the prestigious Genesis Prize for his...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Iris Cohenian

Iris Cohenian “BOY IN SHOKEDA FOREST,” 2013 Red poppy flowers bloom in the Shokeda Forest in southern Israel. “Boy in Shokeda Forest” is part of the...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Laura Ben-David

Laura Ben-David “IDF CEREMONY,” 2015 Soldiers at the Michve Alon Israel Defense Forces base near Safed. “IDF Ceremony” is part of the international exhibition “Passage to...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: ‘Hope and Darkness’

“Hope and Darkness” Yom HaShoah: Holocaust Remembrance Day

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Baking Matzah in Hiding

Baking matzah in hiding; Lodz, Poland, 1943.

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Luis Curiel

Luis Curiel “FORGIVENESS DAY,” 2016 Forgiveness Sunday is celebrated in Jerusalem. “Forgiveness Day” is part of the international exhibition “Passage to Israel” through May 30 at...

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