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2006


The Island of Glass

 

The exhibit presents artistic as well as practical items created by the great 20th artists and designers, from the most exclusive glass factories – Venini, Barovier et Toso, Seguso d’Arte, Carlo Moretti, etc...

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Boris carmi

 

The exhibit sets apart Carmi’s photographs of women – from the 1930s to the 1970s -  from his work in its entirety...

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In the Field of the Philistines

 

For the first time a complete Philistine favissa (underground treasury) was discovered, containing the largest number of sacred objects ever discovered in the country...

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The Coffee Shops of Tel Aviv

 

The Coffee Shops of Tel Aviv, 1920-1980 exhibit sheds light on Tel Aviv’s social and cultural life, while focusing on selected cafés – their architectural style, interior decoration...

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The Chronicle of Utopia

 

The exhibit presents the history of the Templers in the Holy Land, between 1868 and 1948, based on a multidisciplinary study that reviews historical, geographical, financial and cultural aspects...

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The Fourth Biennale of Israel Ceramics

 

The encounter between ceramics and architecture makes it possible to examine the validity of the value of locality in the global era...

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Brush

 

Tooth brushes and shaving brushes, brushes for clothing and shoes, brushes for washing and hair brushes, brushes for wigs or removing crumbs, for furniture or stoves, for combing horses...

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Coins in Times of Crisis

 

Financial crises were and still are of great importance in the economic setups of countries...

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On stamps and snails

 

A special way to enjoy the rich diversity and amazing beauty of the world of shells as they are reflected in stamps...

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Blue Mimosa

 

The ceramicist Hadas Rosenberg-Nir was awarded the first Andy Prize, which was initiated by Charles Bronfman in commemoration of his late wife, Andy Bron...

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Photo Sonia

 

The photographer, Sonia Kolodny (1901-1999) was one of the first Hebrew photographers in Eretz Israel...

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Forbidden fields

 

For thousands of years people grew poppies and from them produced medicine, cosmetics, spices and oil, and mainly opium and its derivatives...

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