The origins of Tel Aviv as Purim party central begin almost a century ago with Hevre Trask, a group of anarchic merrymakers whose hijinks faced stiff competition – and even a lawsuit – from legendary man-about-town Baruch Agadati.
In time for the Purim holiday, the Partzufim art show presents works that explore the human face as mask.
The radio show, which for 20 years featured live performances by beloved artists of yesteryear, has been cancelled but Israel’s nostalgia-lovers are not prepared to let Laila Chai Me’od go gently into the night.
While some see the forest, photographer Raya Segal sees the trees in an exhibition entitled “Trees Speak”, opening this week at the Man and the Living World Museum National Park.
The wonderful Nostalgia Online’s newest project asks followers to identify the people and places seen in old photos.
From runners to mothers to cleaners with the occasional oddball, too. Photographer Ilanit Turgeman looks at the people who made 2014′s Tel Aviv Marathon a joyous celebration.
Outgoing Government Press Office photographer Moshe Milner covered 9 of Israel’s Prime Ministers, witnessing changes not only in Israeli politics but in media coverage too.
Photographer Shmulik Livyatan captures the swimmers, surfers and sailors of Tel Aviv’s Hof HaTzuk, a cliffside beach whose geological formation is unique in the world.
Using images of commonplace items, artist Yoel Gilinsky taps into information, emotion and nostalgia about being Israeli.
From day trips to months long treks, whether sleeping outdoors or at guesthouses on the way — including a unique, new Arab-Jewish hostel — there are many ways to enjoy the Israel National Trail.