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2010


Hebrew women to the Flag

 

The exhibit tells the story of the Eretz Israel women who served in the British Army in World War II. The volunteers...

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Alterman

 

Amid the celebrations of the centennial year of Tel Aviv, the first Hebrew city, we thought it appropriate to remember and remind ourselves of the dark days that loomed over the city...

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The Joy of Clay Figurines

 

The exhibition is devoted to figurines that originally served as offerings, figures of healing, and at times, toys. In later periods the figurines also served as children’s toys...

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Hadar Yosef

 

The pictures in this exhibition are the result of my rambling in the urban space I love – Tel Aviv. The present stroll, not far from home, took me to Hadar Yosef...

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Dining Room as Parable

 

The kibbutz always invested much thought and resources into the dining room: it was designed by the best architects and all paths led to it...

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Yosef Ironi, photographer

 

Yosef Ironi was born in Lodz, Poland, in 1903 and immigrated to Palestine with his parents when he was three years old. In 1918 he began working in Avraham Soskin’s photography laboratory...

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Chinese Coins

 

This exhibit presents the methods of payment throughout the rich and ever-changing history of China with its enormous and endless diversity...

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Weissenstein Milestones

 

Photographer Ilan Cohen set out on a journey in the footsteps of the work of Rudi Weissenstein from Hazalmaniya, who documented Tel Aviv from the 1930s until his death in 1992...

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Local Testimony

 

Local Testimony is an annual photojournalism exhibition which has been held in Israel since 2003. The exhibition displays the reality of our region alongside the 
World Press Photo exhibition...

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Foto Rachel

 

On August 7, 1946, the British government decided to deport the illegal immigrants to Palestine and detain them there...

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Photo Shwartz

 

Moshe Shwartz was born in Czechoslovakia.  He studied photography in Munich and immigrated to Palestine with his wife Trudy in 1939...

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The Kalderon Café

 

The central axis in Shmuel Binstock’s photographs is the Kalderon Café on the Bat Yam seashore, but the true protagonist is the city itself...

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Sharmanka & Cabaret Mechanical Theatre

 

The exhibit is an enchanting and bizarre performance without human performers; the stars are the wondrous machines created by the artist Eduard Bersudsky – they click and tick...

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Saturday Morning

 

The Ben Shemen Forest, Rabin Park, Yarkon Park, the Dolphinarium beach and the Rishon landing strip: time and place play an important role in Zvi Marcus’s photographs...

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Sequences; Identities

 

Jewelry is traditionally perceived as a visual declaration of social status and identity. It attests to belonging, power, economic status, gender role, ethnic origin, and belonging to a social group...

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Hannah and Efraim Degani

Over several decades Hannah and Efraim Degani, a pair of Jerusalem photographers who emigrated from Germany in the mid-1930s, immortalized the environment in which they lived and worked...

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Boys and Girls

 

 

Lanir documents girls and boys who live in two dissimilar and isolated social environments, despite their geographical proximity. One group lives om Kfar Hassidim...

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Saluts de Mikveh Israel

 

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