Yehudit Sasportas: Seven Winters presents an alternative universe of black-and-white forest and marsh landscapes that vacillate between conscious and subconscious.
Today’s travelers landing at Terminal 3 of Ben Gurion International Airport glide on endless walkways past tasteful mosaics and water features towards glamorous gift shops, entering planes on carpeted ramps. Yet, there was something to the old “Natbag”.
Culinary photographer Clay McLachlan’s most recent project brought him to Tel Aviv’s celebrated seafood restaurant, Mul Yam. The result — Seafoodpedia — was a winner in Paris at the “the Oscars of art cookbooks.”
Milk production and the man who brings milk forth from the cow are celebrated in this comedy short from 1958.
A super-saturated look at Jerusalem by photographer Noam Chen who’s offering Facebook followers the chance to win a photo from his Holy Land of Israel portfolio.
What’s the connection between a rubber duckie and the tallest building in the Middle East? A new exhibition presents dolls from the 50s and 60s made by a pioneering factory in the spirit of the new State of Israel.
Photographer Dana Arieli knows the Givat Ram campus well, having studied and worked there for over 20 years. Between 2010 and 2013, however, Arieli decided to look at Givat Ram through a different lens – that of her camera.
Lag Ba Omer presents an excellent opportunity to review the lamentable history of firefighting in Israel’s early days. In a nutshell: things have only improved.
A new exhibition at the Man & The Living World Museum, “The sky’s the limit”, presents images of the skies taken from Israel’s Bareket Observatory.
A new fashion exhibit at the Rishon LeZion Museum presents fashion from Israel’s oldest colony and fashion inspired by the early pioneers.