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.
High-profile festivals and public venues like the Mahaneh Yehudah market have made Jerusalem a go-to place for Jewish art-lovers.Understanding Rabin’s Assassin in the Film ‘Incitement’Told from Yigal Amir's point of view, 'Incitement' asks how a relatively moderate activist became radicalized and killed Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.Jewish Artists Explore Climate Change and EnvironmentalismFive Jewish artists contributed to Living Under Water, a residency project that culminated in an e-zine designed to be a teaching tool in Jewish educational settings.Faith and Mystery After World War II in ‘The Song of Names’Francois Girard's 'The Song of Names' is a drama about a Jewish musician who vanishes before his debut concert and the adopted brother who searches for him.The Mural of the Story, Jewish Women Street ArtistsA new crop of female, Jewish and (sometimes) Israeli contemporary street artists represent a departure for a field long dominated by men.‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Star Recalls Grandmother at EmmysBorstein dedicated her Emmy Award to her grandmother and mother, both survivors and immigrants to the United States.He Met Bob Dylan at Camp. They Remained Friends for YearsIn the memoir “Dylan & Me: 50 Years of Adventures,” Louie Kemp details his decades-long friendship with the iconic singer, beginning with their meeting at Herzl Camp.