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19 December 2018 - 11 Tevet 5779 - י"א טבת ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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Israeli artist’s work on show in Bangkok E-mail

The Queen’s Art Gallery in Bangkok recently showcased 17 internationally renowned artists hailing from 10 different countries across three different continents. One of them was the Israeli artist Yoav Brener.

The exhibition, on show from 26 October to 5 November, was part of an effort to promote the flourishing contemporary art scene in Bangkok by encouraging the appreciation and use of public art spaces.

It also pays homage to the five-storey exhibition space, a part of the Queen Mother’s initiative of promoting Thai art.

Brener’s artistic style is expressive, and his paintings are characterised by flawless brushwork, vibrant colour, strong compositions and bold forms that convey an alluring sense of depth, dimension and expansiveness that “provide the viewer with infinite opportunities to imagine and explore”.

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Beare’s Premiere Music Festival E-mail

From 16 to 24 January, Premiere Performances will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of its annual chamber music festival, formerly the Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival and now renamed The Beare’s Premiere Music Festival.

The name change honours the event’s new long-term title sponsor, J & A Beare (Beare’s), recognised by the world’s top classical musicians as the preeminent expert in the field of fine antique stringed instruments and bows since its founding in London in 1892.

Returning as Artistic Director for the eighth year is ChoLiang Lin. An alumnus of the storied Juilliard School, Lin has performed with major orchestras all over the world since his debut concert in 1980. His albums have won Gramophone Record of the Year, Grammy nominations and Penguin Guide Rosettes. He is currently a faculty member of the Juilliard School and a professor at Rice University, and retired recently after 18 years as the music director of the La Jolla SummerFest.

The 2019 Festival will host 22 internationally acclaimed musicians in concerts, a gala fundraising dinner and a wide range of outreach and education events.

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Camaraderie: A photography exhibition about the B’nei Menashe E-mail

A new exhibition organised by Shavei Israel in November is currently on show at the AACI centre in Jerusalem. Entitled Camaraderie, it presents the works of participants in Yehoshua Halevi’s 2018 Master Photographer Year Course, among them Laura Ben-David, Shavei’s director of marketing and new media.

Laura’s photos were devoted to the journey of the B’nei Menashe from northeast India to Israel, and reflected three main chapters in their story: reminiscence of India, aliyah to Israel and their new life in the Jewish state.

The B’ nei Menashe are believed to be descended from the biblical tribe of Manasseh, one of the Ten Lost Tribes exiled from the Land of Israel more than 2,700 years ago.

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