Two exhibitions of food photos taken by the country’s top chefs celebrate what makes food in Israel so great: a fusion of Eastern and Western cuisines, new approaches to traditional dishes, fresh ingredients — and passion.
It’s strange not to be at the ICC Jerusalem, the convention center so long identified with the Jerusalem International Book Fair.
Using only a mobile phone camera, Sudanese refugee Noureldin Musa finds beauty in the desert surroundings of his present residence: the Holot Detention Center.
The Keren Kayemet-Jewish National Fund isn’t tree planting this year but continues its greening work — even while the land rests.
Working with traditional materials in an non-traditional fashion, photographer Moria Lahis has created a series of contemporary photos that evoke a feeling of the past.
Humorist Ephraim Kishon’s essays, movies and plays skewered Israeli society, cleverly and lovingly, in ways that still ring true decades after they were first written.
Photographer Elisheva Shaked examines the complex relationship between nature and a landscape scarred by human hands.
Oh for the days when Israeli and Lebanese beauty queens were able to link arms, dance and be photographed without controversy.
It’s not every day that the city sees nature at its rawest, says photographer Basti Hansen, who ventured out to post images directly from a storm-swept beachfront.
This unusual weather event was especially exciting for the country’s native-born ‘Sabras’ who had never before seen real snow.