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Award-winning Film peeks into Liberal Arab World

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Credit: Deux Beaux Garcon Films

We’re finally getting a proper peek into the Israeli Arab world, and the Arab leadership is already calling for a boycott. “In Between” is an award winning film, recently released, which shares the story of three Arab women who decide to leave their small village of Umm al-Fahm and move to Tel Aviv, the most…

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Wet-Fired : Israeli Ceramics Biennale

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Ronit Baranga is one of the stars of this years Ceramics Biennale (Credit: Artist's courtesy via Facebook)

Around 70 artists are currently showcasing their latest works at the 8th Israeli Ceramics Biennale. This exhibition is the largest and most comprehensive exhibit in its field. 2016’s highlights are the gaping mouths and breasts with faces by Ronit Baranga, a series of frozen babies by Victoria Marudi and a video of a 4-ton block…

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Summer High for Designer Ron Arad

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Ron Arad's Design Museum in Holon (Credit: Wikimedia)

Israel’s darling designer Ron Arad is having a high time this summer. Currently he is featured with a solo-exhibition at the renowned Mayfair Gallery in London, his recording sculpture ‘Spyre ‘ is installed in the Royal Academy Annenberg Courtyard and his installation ‘Thought of Train of Thought’  is prominent at the Eurostar platform at St.…

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Magical Salt Bride

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A magical salt covered dress - Sigalit Landau's art at the Dead Sea (Credit: Courtesy, CNN)

Israeli artist Sigalit Landau’s ‘Salt Bride’ photography series is currently exhibited at the renowned Marlborough Contemporary Gallery in London. Propelling the magic of the salty lake to a new artistic level, Landau placed dresses for three months into the Dead Sea. The result is stunning: while the crystals cover each dress entirely, the shapes are…

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Daniel Hoffman: a musical way

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Daniel Hoffmann with his favorite instruments (Credit: private)

Violinist Daniel Hoffman is about to celebrate a new peak in his career after working eight years into trying to revive klezmer music in Israel. The US-born musician complements original klezmer with modern tunes, calling it a ‘new deep klezmer fiddle project’. Unexpectedly when the US-born musician came to Israel in 2008, he had to…

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