26 September 2018 - 17 Tishri 5779 - י"ז תשרי ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Arts & Culture
Photo exhibition in Nepal Print E-mail

Israel’s Embassy in Nepal, in co-operation with Tevel b’Tzedek, celebrated the 70th anniversary of Independence of the State of Israel on 19 April with a photo exhibition.

Photos of various development activities carried out by Israeli volunteers from Tevel b’ Tzedek in communities in Nepal were displayed. Many community projects that are run by the organisation and their impacts in the community were also shared during the event.

Shalom Club members, a group of Nepalese who have participated in various courses held in Israel, also attended the ceremony.

(Issue May 2018)

Israeli artists showcase their work in New Delhi E-mail

A new exhibition of works by 19 Israeli artists opened on 28 April at the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi to celebrate 25 years of Israeli-Indian diplomatic relations. The exhibition, titled To the End of Land, showcases contemporary Israeli art.

The National Gallery of Modern Art is one of the most important modern art centres in the subcontinent. The exhibition, curated by the Petah Tikva Museum of Art, explores Indian-Israeli co-operation in agriculture and how advanced technologies can be used to both preserve and utilise natural resources, while also touching on themes not usually present in the Indian-Israeli discourse, such as politics and social issues.

The artists include installation and video-artist Sigalit Landau, body-artist and photographer Anisa Ashkar and sculptor Gal Weinstein, among others.

The exhibition presents a wide range of references and approaches to recent changes in the economic and social landscape in Israel, as manifested by the appearance of natural scenery in Israeli contemporary art.

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Ringo Starr to perform in Israel E-mail

Former Beatle Ringo Starr will be performing two concerts with his All Starrs Band at the Menorah Mivtachim Arena in Tel Aviv on 23-24 June as part of his European tour.

Starr, an English songwriter, singer and actor, first became famous as the drummer for The Beatles, however since 1989 he has toured with his All Starrs Band. The 77year old released his 19th studio album, Give More Love, in September.

Born Richard Starkey on 7 July, 1940, he officially joined Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison in 1962 as the drummer for what would become one of the most important popular music acts of all time, or as Ringo says, “the biggest band in the land”.

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