Haaretz - Arts and Leisure This version of Leonard Cohen's 'Lover, lover, lover' is not something you hear often 2017-02-19T08:56:31.000000Z Listen to Shai Tsabari's version of the song Cohen wrote while visiting Israeli soldiers in the Sinai during the Yom Kippur War. It's hard to pull yourself away from Mark Yashaev's tantalizing photos 2017-02-16T10:02:52.000000Z Tucked away in the Tel Aviv Museum is a photographic exhibition by Mark Yashaev, winner of the 2016 Mitchell Presser Photography Award. With theatrically designed spaces and photos within photos, his work is at once incisive and seductive. Where would Hollywood be without immigrant heroes? 2017-02-15T03:30:12.000000Z From Chaplin to Scorsese, Hitchcock to Coppola, Trump’s vision assails not only migrants but one of the foremost themes in American cinema. 'Where God had sex': Israel joins Trump-trolling video trend 2017-02-14T07:07:07.000000Z It all started when a Dutch TV host made a satirical case for why Trump should consider the Netherlands second after putting 'America first.' An Israeli artist's struggle between image and written word 2017-02-11T20:40:06.000000Z A multifaceted exhibition by Dorit Figovitch Goddard. A showcase of the Israeli psyche at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art 2017-02-09T14:35:54.000000Z The masks of unbridled racism serve artist Yair Garbuz as thematic raw material, which he terms 'immunity against racism.' An Israeli bar put a Palestinian beer on tap. Then the depressingly expected happened 2017-02-09T14:13:09.000000Z Angry social media backlash and calls for a boycott followed the sale of Ramallah-made brew at a pub in Haifa. But the owners remain steadfast. The Pixies, Nick Cave to return to Israel for stadium shows 2017-02-08T02:26:02.000000Z The alternative rock group last played here three years ago; rock giant Nick Cave has also been confirmed for a November show. An Israeli artist gives detained asylum seekers a cinematic escape hatch 2017-02-04T08:18:40.000000Z A work of video art shot at the Holot detention facility transcends the Tel Aviv, Berlin or New York bubble, looking instead at asylum seekers oppressed by Israeli policy. With new album at 70, Israeli folk singer Chava Alberstein is on top of her game 2017-01-31T19:37:53.000000Z Chava Alberstein’s new album contains a sequence of five songs that may well be the most beautiful of her entire late career.