Adrenalin rush over Israel.
Media artist Victor Enrich creates social commentary through photo-manipulation, deconstructing and reconstructing the White City’s architecture.
It’s the season for tramping the Israeli countryside on good long walks. But not everyone can keep up the pace.
A photo exhibition exploring the Ethiopian-Jewish experience of joining mainstream Israel society.
Roman Catholic clergymen take part in the Palm Sunday procession in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Food photographer Yula Zubritsky explores the ins and outs of matza in a holiday-themed photo series.
It’s not just Israeli homes that get hit by a pre-Passover clean up – so do the ancient stones of the Wailing Wall.
The link between photography and memory is the theme of this year’s annual festival, dedicated to exploring the role of contemporary photography and art in society, culture and community.
Things haven’t changed that much over the centuries for the fishermen that ply the waters of the Sea of the Galilee.
Rare plants from the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens — the largest plant collection in Israel.
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…