Haaretz - Arts and Leisure Israeli pop star Eyal Golan needs to do some real soul-searching about love 2017-04-19T18:05:05.000000000+03:00 Shallow and patronizing imagery of women and Mizrahi pop clichés are abundant in Eyal Golan's new album, but this won't put off his die-hard fans The Israeli photojournalist collective that foments social change 2017-04-15T03:36:08.000000000+03:00 There is striking disparity between the impressive display of resistance documented in Activestills' new book and the lack of action by the Israeli and Palestinian left When Little Red Riding Hood sold Israelis margarine 2017-04-12T18:10:07.000000000+03:00 A collection of restaurant napkins from different periods in Israel’s history affords a view of the start of consumer culture in a more innocent time Israeli author Assaf Gavron on the importance of airing Israel's dirty laundry abroad 2017-04-12T17:10:36.000000000+03:00 Assaf Gavron tells Haaretz about the inspiration for his new book, and his decision to take part in an anti-Occupation book project The double life of Tel Aviv street furniture 2017-04-09T15:57:28.000000000+03:00 When urban infrastructure serves multiple purposes, everyone wins Israeli pop star Sarit Hadad sings through an alcoholic haze in new album 2017-04-05T17:48:52.000000000+03:00 Sarit Hadad’s new album has a pretty silly title, but she does know how to belt out a tune. Inside Israel's only glatt kosher art gallery 2017-04-05T14:06:14.000000000+03:00 Meet the artists and curators seeking to vitalize Haredi art world, and if possible, see fewer paintings of challahs and rabbis. Yasmin Davis' video art: Trapped in a nightmare 2017-03-23T14:52:33.000000000+02:00 The apartment featured in Yasmin Davis' enigmatic video work carries on a coordinated dialogue with the gallery-apartment in which it is being displayed. Two exhibits herald the future of Israel's first Palestinian museum 2017-03-23T13:55:24.000000000+02:00 A visit to the Umm al-Fahm Art Gallery. Artist group paints Israel as a remote and backward locale 2017-03-22T15:53:47.000000000+02:00 The women of the New Barbizon group bring Kiev to the Middle East.