Models strutted the runway in inmate-designed couture at Neve Tirza women’s prison last week, bringing high fashion to the Big House.
During the War of Independence, conductor-composer Leonard Bernstein underwent a trial by fire that forged a bond with Israel and helped shape the country’s classical music scene. “I see my future as very close to the future of Israel.”
Award-winning US-based Israeli nature photographer Amos Nachoum explores the watery world and advocates for marine life.
Anything old used to be suspect but rebrand those hand-me-downs and trendy Israelis are there.
Photographer Tamar Avni’s new photo series presents portraits of real-life women looking at the camera — calmly, directly and powerfully.
An online collection of chewing gum wrappers spans Israeli history from pre-State to sugarless.
Photographer-scientist Tami Rishona Ellison developed her unique Photage 3D-like illusions to convey Israel’s rich history and textures.
The mystery surrounding a controversial photo of the 1917 Australian Light Horse charge on Beersheva is solved and a museum honoring the event will be established.
The spirit of surrealism infuses Eran Yerushalmi’s work. No less surreal: his dreamlike images are created with an iPhone only. And then there’s that Big Brother connection…
A new exhibit explores the history of the photography department at the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design.