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The Visions of Place: Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art is a currently running exhibition at the Rutgers-Camden in Camden, New Jersey, USA. An exhibition dedicated to Israeli artists and Israeli artists only. Brave intentions, firm commitments, and, what could … Continue reading “We are not deterred one iota by BDS efforts” – Q&A with Martin Rosenberg, co-curator of “Visions of Place”
“I keep my ideals, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.” This is one of my favorite quotes from the Diary of Anna Frank, which I read after my visit to the … Continue reading ‘True perfection lies in imperfection’ – Interview with Walter Matteini the choreographer of Anne Frank, Words from the Shadows
The most amazing wrap-up from our Netanya tour by Pariz One! Featuring the works of Jaba, Spok, They Drift (KSRA and Carlos), URNY (Ski and 2esae), Pariz One, Odeith, Telmo, Chemis, Base 23, CosTwo. Thank you guys for being with us and be part of this incredible beautifying project! Continue reading Artists 4 Israel Netanya tour – 2015 ( you will love us )
“Anything is better than those old crumbling walls,” says Yaron while I stop him at Herzl Street in Netanya. “So, you just think that anything is better than the old walls, but you don’t actually like these graffiti?”, I tried to press … Continue reading When A4I goes Incognito in Netanya
Roy Zafrani is a young, Tel Aviv-based filmmaker, and producer. No matter what theme he touches, his movies are winning the most prestigious awards and screened in front of crowds globally. His life is about creating documentaries that go beyond … Continue reading Just An Artist – Exclusive Interview with Roy Zafrani BDS Victim Israeli Filmmaker
Israel’s multi-award winner and much-loved theater diva died on 6th August 2015. Though her sickness was preparing her audience for the time to say goodbye, it never comes easy to accept the fact that someone we adore is not around … Continue reading There are artists, and there was Orna Porat