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Written by: [31 Jan 2017 ]
Censorship – Exhibition

Censorship (Tzenzura) is the title of a four-day multi-disciplinary exhibition curated by Yehezkel Lazarov, and produced by Omri Shapira at AZA 13, the Ankori Studios. The event will take place from February 1 – 4, 2017, and is free and open to the public.
The exhibition will be on display throughout all the spaces within the building – 20 in all, and will include works from a variety of disciplines: photography, painting, performance, installations, music, dance, video, and film. Among the participating artists are: Tamar Borrer, Michael Bar Or, Avi Benjamin, …

Dance, Performance »

Written by: [31 Jan 2017 ]
Jin Xing Dance Theatre to Perform in Israel

Dancer, choreographer, television celebrity and courageous individual Jin Xing, will be bringing her dance company to perform in Israel for the first time. The performances of the Jin Xing Dance Theatre will take place from February 9 – 17, 2017, as part of the Spring of Chinese Dance at the Suzanne Dellal Centre, and in celebration of 25 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and China.

Music, Performance »

Written by: [30 Jan 2017 ]
Tomer Yeshayahu – Boidem

A Mediterranean winter – the rains that almost never come and then always catch me by surprise, unaware, unprepared, the layers of sweaters I pile on, after a serious search and recovery mission in the apartment, because I only use them a few times a year, and never remember where they are. The cold, wet, night made the perfect setting for Tomer Yeshayahu’s launch concert for Boidem, his second solo album, at the Ozen Bar this past Saturday. Opening with Horef Shel Yam Tichon (A Mediterranean Winter), the instrumental intro …

Music, Performance, Review »

Written by: [24 Jan 2017 ]
Black Bruises @Rothschild 12

Never thought I’d hear Rolling Stone’s Cocksucker Blues and a cover of Ben, the sentimental song Michael Jackson made famous

Music, Performance »

Written by: [23 Jan 2017 ]
Money is Power?

“They say that Richard Cory owns one half of this whole town” – so begins Richard Cory, the folk song recorded by Simon and Garfunkel on Sounds of Silence, their second studio album, in 1966. Written by Paul Simon about the divide between rich and poor