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  • Documenting disaster in order to save the planet

    By Tom Teicholz

    November 24, 2014 | 1:02 pm

    How do we understand the impact of climate change and natural disasters on people and architecture, and how does humanity learn from our mistakes and try to prepare for potential future cataclysms? That is ostensibly the agenda of “Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change,” an...

  • Photographer Bruce Davidson’s eye for the beauty of people on the margins

    November 20, 2014 | 10:01 am

    Bruce Davidson’s influence looms large in the world of American photography. In 1958, he was the youngest photographer to be invited by Henri Cartier-Bresson to join the cooperative photography agency Magnum — with which he remains affiliated to this day, at the age of 81 — and his...

  • Photographers share their favorite weddings photos

    By Ryan E. Smith

    November 14, 2014 | 1:07 pm

    For a newly married couple, the wedding day itself can be a blur. The nerves, the excitement, the rush of a life-changing celebration. That’s why the ever-present, artistic eye of the photographer becomes so important in capturing memories of the occasion.

    To see what makes a...

  • Helping the disabled, Robbie Williams in Arabic, a soccer surprise and more…This week from Israel

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    November 10, 2014 | 8:40 am

    A big blow to Israeli soccer

    Last Monday was a shameful day for Israeli soccer. During the 33rd minute of the derby between Hapoel Tel-Aviv and Maccabi Tel-Aviv at Bloomfield Stadium, with the score tied at 1-1, a Hapoel fan jumped out of the stands and ran onto the pitch to...

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  • An eye for synagogue photography: Louis Davidson

    September 22, 2014 | 11:30 am

    If you want to track down Louis Davidson, try the local synagogue. 

    Of course, “local” in this case could mean anywhere from Hong Kong to Morocco, from the Ukraine to Hawaii — in any city other than Los Angeles or Tulsa, Okla., between which the retired...

  • Photojournalist Phil Stern: From WWII to James Dean

    By Elyse Glickman

    September 10, 2014 | 1:06 pm

    Some life journeys are so epic, it seems there’s no way they could be captured, even in a Hollywood movie. And yet, as it turned out, all photojournalist Phil Stern needed was his trusty camera.  

    A heralded chronicler of World War II and Hollywood icons such as James Dean and...

  • Vermont Avenue communities on display in Santa Monica

    By Kylie Jane Wakefield

    May 7, 2014 | 11:00 am

    Nearly every day for a year and a half, Pamela Mayers-Schoenberg woke up at 7 a.m. and traveled along one of Los Angeles’ longest streets, Vermont Avenue. She’d snap photos of the people on the street, capturing scenes from the various distinct neighborhoods. These photos are on...

  • My 50 best friends are Holocaust survivors

    April 24, 2014 | 6:31 pm

    “How did you learn to make brushes? Who taught you?” I’m talking to Boris Abel on the phone, trying to fill in some small details requested by my editor of his Holocaust experiences. Boris tells me once again that when the Russians occupied Lithuania in 1940, they nationalized his...

  • BDS, the best of Hanukkah, TripAdvisor awards, Christmas and more…This week from Israel!

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    December 17, 2013 | 7:30 am

    Connected by sea


    Just because there is an official conflict, does not mean the two sides cannot work together. Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority inked an agreement to build a long-anticipated pipeline from the Red Sea to the Dead Sea, part of an initiative that would...

  • One Israeli creation for the weekend

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    September 27, 2013 | 1:42 pm

    Sari Doveh is a photographer and a painter, living in Haifa. She began her art and literature studies at the University of Haifa were she was a photojournalist. She completed her MA in Arts in the Wayne State Uni. In Detroit. After graduation, she moved to Toronto, Canada, where...

  • This week from Israel

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    September 23, 2013 | 12:10 pm

    Shared agriculture

    Cooperation between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. The Israeli and Palestinian Agriculture Ministries agreed to revive some of the joint committees formed in the 1990s under the Oslo Accords, which were frozen 13 years ago. The ministries also decided to...

  • One Israeli creation for the weekend

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    August 30, 2013 | 12:48 pm

    Elad David was born in Jerusalem and has been living and working in Tel Aviv since 2003.  David graduated from the Minshar School of Arts, and holds a B.A. in Arts and Social Sciences. As a professional photographer, David specializes in portraiture, street art, fashion, and PR...

  • Sports Photography Workshop

    By Joy Bennett

    July 18, 2013 | 10:22 pm

    Right now I'm at the wonderful Summit Sports Photography Workshop in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  The students here learn advanced photography techniques, network, and can borrow high-end equipment and get lots of hand-on experience with the instructors, all of whom are highly...

  • Barbra Steisand arrives in Israel

    June 17, 2013 | 8:25 am

  • Transforming herself

    By Ryan Torok

    June 5, 2013 | 12:22 pm

    When Joelle Milman was a high school sophomore, she met award-winning photographer Art Streiber, who has contributed to Vanity Fair among other high-profile publications.

    It didn’t happen as you might expect. It was her work on display during an art show at the Annenberg Space...

  • 65 Years of Israel- capturing the Israeli essence (Part 2)

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    April 17, 2013 | 12:01 pm

    Continuing the birthday present for Israel's 65th birthday, here is part 2 of the Israeli-essence slideshow. Enjoy, and always remember- a picture may be worth a thousand words, but even countless pictures will not be equal to the thrill and beauty of an actual eye sight. smiley

  • 65 Years of Israel- capturing the Israeli essence (Part 1)

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    April 16, 2013 | 12:33 pm

    Israel, my home, celebrate its 65th birthday.  That’s really not much. It’s almost nothing on a scale of countries to age, but in this short period of time, we sure have been through a lot. In 65 years, Israel has been through wars, diplomatic issues, growing population, ground...

  • My Single Peeps: Brandon B.

    August 15, 2012 | 1:26 pm

    Brandon’s an only child. He tells me he’s the kind of kid who kept to himself. “I didn’t break out of my shell until late in high school. I’m still kind of introverted, but an outgoing introvert, if that makes sense.”

    “How’d you break out in high school?” I ask....

  • ‘Women and War’

    By  Tom Tugend

    August 8, 2012 | 3:21 pm

    Growing up in Beverly Hills, Marissa Roth remembers her father and mother, both European refugees, as parents who repressed their emotions and personal suffering, and forbade their children to cry.

    So there is some irony, or perhaps compensation, in the title of Roth’s one-woman...

  • Capturing the music scene

    By Tom Teicholz

    June 13, 2012 | 10:54 am

    The recent regional extravaganza known as Pacific Standard Time (PST), a six-month, far-ranging agglomeration of Southern California exhibitions, installations and performances, began with a series of shows that made a very convincing argument for the importance of art created in Los...

  • Red tape imperils naked photo shoot at Dead Sea

    September 15, 2011 | 11:38 am

    A planned photo shoot of some 1,000 naked Israelis is in jeopardy after the regional council where the event is to be held said it had not given its authorization.

    American photographer Spencer Tunick is set to photograph the installation Sept. 17 to raise international awareness of...

  • Holy land revealed

    By Tom Tugend

    April 25, 2011 | 12:01 pm

    With the introduction of photography in 1839, pioneer practitioners of the nascent medium flocked to the Holy Land, expecting the glorious biblical scenes imagined by Renaissance painters, but finding instead mainly dusty villages and a largely ramshackle Jerusalem.

    One disappointed...

  • Capturing Life: The Tree in Photographs

    By Naomi Pfefferman

    January 11, 2011 | 6:33 pm

    On car trips as a young girl, Francoise Reynaud traveled through the French countryside, captivated whenever she saw a single tree alone at the side of the road or in the middle of a field. 

    “Its presence was so strong,” recalled Reynaud, curator of photographs at the Musée...

  • Doctor Calms Radiation Fears With Nature Photos

    By Rachel Heller

    March 11, 2009 | 3:29 am

    The walls of Dr. Bernard Lewinsky’s office resemble the pages of a National Geographic calendar: sweeping lake vistas and verdant forests brush up against sculptured rock formations and sun-mottled Yosemite hills. Looking at his photographs, patients remember vacations, times when...

  • Annie Leibovitz, Ed Asner, Shelly Berman, Lainie Kazan and Elliot Gould

    By Dikla Kadosh and Lilly Fowler

    November 13, 2008 | 7:14 pm

    SAT | NOVEMBER 15

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    Jack and Robin Firestone, an average American Jewish couple, were vacationing in Paris in 1997. Then tragedy struck -- right before their eyes, a car carrying Princess Diana fatally crashed in a Paris tunnel. The Firestones have since written a...
  • Photo exhibition reveals challenges, dreams of teen immigrants

    By Anita K. Kantrowitz

    September 11, 2008 | 3:13 am

    Arsim Mustafa, a 14-year-old boy who immigrated with his parents from Kosovo to the United States, is leaning against a paint-spattered wall, arms loosely crossed as they rest on the oversized T-shirt he is wearing. He looks like any American teen, wearing baggy pants and high-top...
  • The indestructible spirit of Holocaust survivors

    May 1, 2008 | 6:00 pm

    These photographs by Bill Aron are part of a project titled "Holocaust Survivors: The Indestructible Spirit."

    The project, sponsored by Chapman University, unites interviews and images of local Holocaust survivors, with each illuminating the other, telling their stories from the war...

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    May 1, 2008 | 2:36 pm

    These photographs by Bill Aron are part of a project titled "Holocaust Survivors: The Indestructible Spirit."

    The project, sponsored by Chapman University, unites interviews and images of local Holocaust survivors, with each illuminating the other, telling their stories from the war...

  • Israeli’s ‘Makom’ sculptures merge art and archaeology

    By Meredith Price

    April 24, 2008 | 6:00 pm

    In the quiet, pastoral village of Kfar Shmu'el, not far from Jerusalem, Michal Rovner's studio is an inspiring place to create art. The large, white building, with its high ceilings and minimalist decor, has several dark workrooms full of computers, screens, projectors and various...
  • Celebrating Israel’s 60th, Skirball Style

    By Tom Tugend

    April 17, 2008 | 6:00 pm

    There are many ways to celebrate Israel's 60th anniversary, and the Skirball Cultural Center is leading with its strength by offering a series of wide-ranging programs of art shows, music, film and lectures.

    Two current shows pay tribute to the nation's distaff side: "Ziva Sivan:...

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