January 21, 2019

Artist of the Week

Photographer Youssef Boudlal A girl from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, rests at the Iraqi-Syrian border...
“Friends,” by Iris Cohenian Muslim girls chat on the roof of the Austrian Hospice of the Holy Family, a popular place to see friends in the...
“Tradition,” by Forest Rain Marcia “Tradition dictates that Hanukkah candles be lit in a place that can be seen by the public. Outside of Israel,
A religious ceremony in the Kidane Mehret Church in Jerusalem, which is part of the Debre Genet monastery, the “Monastery of Paradise.” 
“Members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee,” Richard Avedon This portrait (March 1963), led by a young Julian Bond in Atlanta,
“The Jewess,” Amedeo Modigliani “The Jewess” (oil on canvas, 1908) was the first painting Modigliani exhibited after he moved to Paris in 1906.
“Bina,” Laura Ben-David “This little girl, clutching one of her few possessions, had made a long journey, moving with her family from Manipur, India,
“GER/The Stranger,” Ghiora Aharoni Using sacred text engraved on the sculpture’s glass beakers in Hebrabic/Arabrew© — an overlay of Hebrew...
“Titi,” Tzachi Yaffe Yityish “Titi” Aynaw is an Ethiopian-born Israeli model who won the title of Miss Israel in 2013. She is the first Ethiopian-born...
“Women at the Wall,” Iris Cohenian “Women at the Wall” is part of the book “Passage to Israel,” a journey through time, place, religion and culture.
"Prayer," Laura Ben-David "On a photo tour of a community of recent Bnei Menashe immigrants from India, I happened upon an elderly woman...
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