Israeli photographer Dikla Laor reimagines the woman of the Hebrew Bible, from Queen Esther to Moses’ sister Miriam, through lush painterly images set against the breathtaking landscapes of the Golan Heights.
- Photographing Biblical Women
Israeli photographer Dikla Laor reimagines the woman of the Hebrew Bible through lush painterly photos set against the breathtaking landscapes of the Golan Heights.ArtsState of the Arts
High-profile festivals and public venues like the Mahaneh Yehudah market have made Jerusalem a go-to place for Jewish art-lovers.
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