A new photography exhibit by Amsterdam photographer Reinier Gerritsen argues that print books are doomed to extinction. But Jewish reading practices prove otherwise.
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2014 was a good year for Israeli art. Here are five of the best pieces that might have missed.
In a selfie-obsessed world, Russian-born painter Anya Rubin questions our distorted preoccupation with facial recognition.
Look, it’s a white female artist! And, an African-American male artist! Painters Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis shared more than their artworks suggests.
When Israeli artist Naomi Safran-Hon returned to her hometown of Haifa, she photographed abandoned spaces that had been left empty for more than 50 years.