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2009


 Haredim

 

Kahana began photographing the ultra-orthodox community in 1995, following a trip to the Jerusalem region, when, on reaching a spring, he saw ultra-orthodox people bathing in it...

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 Along the Banks of the Yarkon River

 

A bicycle trail wends its way from the Yarkon springs in Afek Park to the river's estuary. Yigal Flint has been riding this route for years...

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Long Live Mayor Meir Dizengoff!

 

Meir Dizengoff was 50 years old when he was elected head of the Tel Aviv Committee in 1911, after many years of Zionist endeavor and experience as a businessman...

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Faces: inside and out

 

What does a face tell us about the character of its owner? Why is one person considered handsome and another ugly, one funny and one frightening? This is a fascinating, colorful and surprising exhib...

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Wanderers in the City

 

Yael Ravid concentrates on her and her close friends' wanderings between rented flats in Tel Aviv. Her photographs were taken over two and a half years, beginning with the peak of Tel Aviv's housing...

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Aryeh Yaakobi, photographs

 

Aryeh Yaakobi  was born in New York in 1919. In his youth he was a member of the Hashomer Hatzair youth movement and together with other members of the movement...

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A Window Along the Way

 

Many Israelis spend their leisure time traveling and hiking. For years Dalia Limor has been traveling with a group of friends and photographing the changing landscapes through the car window during the journey...

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Memories of the Zoo

 

The exhibit shows Tel Aviv's old zoo before it moved, and focuses on the way it which it is remembered: the animals, zoo workers like Johnny the mythological animal trainer...

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Remnants

 

Shlomit Haight's photographs are of objects from her parent's home which after their death found their way into her own home. They are charged with history...

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Giotto in Tel Aviv

 

The museum will exhibit for one month only a 1:4 model of the well-known chapel. Some 700 years ago, Giotto, one of the greatest artists of all times and harbinger of Renaissance art...

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The Secret History of Tel Aviv

 

Tel Aviv is celebrating one hundred years since the founding of the city. The photograph which documents the ceremony of casting lots for "Ahuzat Bayit" at Jabali Vineyard...  

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 Memories of Kinnereth

 

The exhibition presents a selection of photographs from the albums collected by Ben-Zion Yisraeli at the beginning of the 20th century, the majority of which are of Kvutzat Kinneret...

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White city, dark days

 

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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Local Testimony 2009

 

The museum will exhibit for one month only a 1:4 model of the well-known chapel. Some 700 years ago, Giotto, one of the greatest artists of all times and harbinger of Renaissance art...

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The Wholesale Market - The End!

IThe vibrant wholesale market, which for over 50 years was an inseparable part of the Tel Aviv cityscape, has closed down. Over several months (from the end of 2005 until spring 2006) Gedalya Naveh...

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In the Real Estate World

In Eilat, like in all other parts of Israel, any green strip of land may be turned into real estate. Wilma Morgan photographed building sites that have replaced the city's parks and green strips...

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A Treasure from Beersheba

 

On October 31, 1917 one of the most important battles took place in the Sinai and Palestine Campaign, under General Edmund Allenby, commander in chief of the British Forces...

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