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2011


Israeli Glass

The "Israeli Glass 2011" exhibit seeks to review the glass arena in Israel over the past four years. This is the second time...

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The Last Supper in Apollonia

On April 29th, 1265, after 40 days of a gory siege, the soldiers of Baibars, the Mamluk sultan, broke through the walls of the Crusader fortress in Arsur...

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A Land and Its Dolls

National costume dolls as a socio-cultural phenomenon are part of popular a culture that began before the establishment...

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On the Beach

 

Elad, who specializes in photographing mountains and green landscape, chose to photograph the Herzlia beach, which is unfamiliar to him...

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Castles Made of Sand

Scores of statues and large installations made of sand will be built throughout the museum garden by artists from the Zandacademie...

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The Sixth Biennale of Israeli Ceramics

National costume dolls as a socio-cultural phenomenon are part of popular a culture that began before the establishment...

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The First Governor

"There are many positions of greater authority and renown within and without the British Empire, but in a sense I cannot explain there...

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Mandelbaum Gate

Edgar Hirshbein was born in 1919 in Yugoslavia, and after the end of World War I immigrated to pre-state Israel. In 1947 and 1948 he worked as a freelance...

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The days of Degania Bet

 

Degania Bet was twice blessed; it was founded for the first time was in October 1919, as a temporary settlement...

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Tourists in Israel

 

Leora Yerushalmi photographs tourists from different countries touring Israel either in groups or individually. While viewing the photographs...

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Livestock

 

Hedva Nitzan’s photographs expose the charm and strength of work and agricultural farm life – a domain that is in danger of extinction in Israel...

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Abraham (Izzy) Orloff

Orloff was born in 1891 in the Ukraine and immigrated to Palestine with his family in 1903. In 1910 he immigrated to Australia...

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Local Testimony 2011

 

The largest and most important exhibition of its kind comprises a selection of the World Press Photo completion and the best of local photojournalism – Local Testimony...

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The Flags of Simchat Torah

The Flags of Simchat Torah
[Rejoicing with the Torah is a celebration marking the conclusion of the annual cycle of public Torah reading...

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ATA

The story of the Ata textile factory mirrors the changes that took place in Israeli society from the 1930s to the 1980s. In these 50 years a dramatic change...

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