An African Artist in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv art dealer Serge Tiroche brings artists from the developing world into the international spotlight by inviting rising stars to partake and reconceive Israel
Roots of Success
When Ethiopian-Israeli singer Oshi decided to look into her ethnic origins, her career took off. READ ARTICLE
Table for Seven
My parents used to meet the other sole survivors of a town in Poland during winter vacations in Florida. I met the gang there in 2003. READ ARTICLE
Art in the Age of Plenty
A Tel Aviv theater group is protesting the relentless mediocrity of reality culture with eclectic one-off shows that c ombine music, text and video
Art That Isn’t What You’d Expect
An exhibit showcases the works of African artists and that of Israeli artists who deal with the Dark Continent read article
A Vietnamese Poet in Tel Aviv
Sabine Huynh’s Hebrew-titled French poetry is making waves around the world. Read Article
Singing in Swahili
Former Israeli diplomat Gilad Millo has become a hit singer in his adopted Kenya, The Jerusalem Report March 2016 Read Article
One Woman’s Treasure
Sheffy Bleier’s latest photography collection challenges more than just artistic conventions Jerusalem Report. Jan. 3, 2011
Getting a Head START
A new mentoring program nurtures beginning artists.
November 8, 2010 JR Read article….
Show and Tell
The Living Room photography exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum examines discrepancies between objective and subjective reality.
August 30, 2010 JR Read article….
Portrait of The Artist As A Young Israeli Woman
Nava Aizescu takes her first steps on the art scene.
July 5, 2010 JR Read Article….
A Bright Day for Women
Ayelet Carmi, Orna Bromberg and Ruthi Helbitz Cohen create images of women.
March 29, 2010
Artists are going it alone and taking over the management of galleries
Still Life Experiments
Eran Gilat biologist-photographer makes waves in New York Read Article….
Mirror, Mirror On the Wall
Three Israeli Women Artists Challenge Our Notions of Beauty Read Article…