In German, there were one feature film and another documentary that were screened at the Jewish Film Festival in Jerusalem this year. After a reservation routine prompted by e-mail invitations sent over by Goethe Institute Jerusalem, there I was plunging into the streaming audience hubbub filling the halls of Jerusalem Cinematheque on my way to and from films.
From a certain distance in time, Tel-Aviv Biennale for Contemporary Art, inaugurated last September, seems to be another sign for the growing globalization of Tel-Aviv, and by extension, Israel. Globalization, after all, is the process of getting on the map of whatever it is that this process is associated with: trade, culture, sport, or celebrity.
At the Mount Scopus Campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem takes place the End of Year Exhibition of the Graduating Students of Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design from July 13 to 31, 2009
For a visitor to the event first must come the disorientation. The Humanities and Social Sciences campus of the Hebrew University spreads over a hill: Mount Scopus. This is what mailing address says.
At the Museum on the Seam, a socio-political art museum, in Jerusalem, a NatureNation exhibition curated by Raphie Etgar shows works by 38 artists from around the world.
The NatureNation exhibition moves between two poles of aesthetic reflection. One is a postmodern take on contemporary reality while another is a contemporary representation of post-modernity.
The ninth edition of the international festival for video art, photography, installation and performance of the Musrara photography, new media and music school took place between 25 and 27 May 2009.
The last two decades has seen the cultural borders of Europe change in a flux of the enlargement of the European Union.