“When they came to Israel, they were hoping that everything would be OK, but the trauma of their journey and their experiences, paralyzes them.”
In Mozambique, where Jewish resources are scarce, a community must do extra in order to have the benefit of Jewish of life.
Set in 1945, Anne Fontaine’s postwar Poland drama pondered the fragility of faith and complex moral choices.
More than 200 of Bob Dylan’s paintings are being displayed in London, evoking 1950s America, Jack Kerouac and the road.
We all know what Marc Chagall’s art looks like. But a new play in London, “The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk,” explores the private life of the painter and his wife Bella beyond the canvas.
Jews have always been closely associated with the clothing trade. An exhibit at Jewish Museum London shows how closely Jews were involved with all facets of the fashion industry during the 20th Century and beyond.
Founded in 1840, London based Angels Costumes has clothed everyone from The Great Gatsby to Lawrence of Arabia. This year, Angels won a BAFTA award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema.
Perhaps the best-known portrait photographer of our time, Annie Leibovitz is the subject of a new exhibition. She spoke with the Forward about her awe-inspiring career.
Ever since the war in Bosnia ended 20 years ago, the country has remained divided along ethnic lines. So, where does Bosnia’s Jewish community fit in? Anne Joseph visits Sarajevo to find out.
London’s Ben Uri Gallery, the oldest Jewish cultural organization in the UK, celebrated its 100th birthday with a new exhibit that reflects the trauma involved in forced journeys of migration.