Haaretz - Arts and Leisure Yasmin Davis' video art: Trapped in a nightmare 2017-03-23T12:52:33.000000Z 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 2017-03-23T11:55:24.000000Z A visit to the Umm al-Fahm Art Gallery. Artist group paints Israel as a remote and backward locale 2017-03-22T13:53:47.000000Z The women of the New Barbizon group bring Kiev to the Middle East. Ninet: No longer Israel's musical sweetheart 2017-03-22T13:53:39.000000Z Finally, now that the stardust has settled, we can focus on Ninet Tayeb's music. It's Britney, Israel: Pop star Britney Spears to perform in Tel Aviv this summer 2017-03-19T06:07:10.000000Z Reports that Spears was coming to Israel have been made in the past, but this time seems to be the real thing. Listen: A riveting Hebrew version of 'L'Aigle noir,' a song about 'sleeping with the Nazi enemy' 2017-03-16T17:28:39.000000Z Israeli singer Talya Eliav's new album is dedicated to the work of French singer Barbara, who lived through the Holocaust as a young Jewish girl. Israeli artist paints the ghosts of living rooms past 2017-03-16T17:28:31.000000Z The memories embedded in the rooms depicted in Eran Wolkowski paintings are both personal and artistic: They evoke Van Gogh and Matisse. Israel picks Imri Ziv to sing at Eurovision 2017 in Kiev 2017-03-14T16:00:38.000000Z Ziv, winner of 'The Next Star for Eurovision' and a back-up singer at the last two contests, will represent the country in Ukraine with 'I Feel Alive.' Tommy Hartung’s Tel Aviv exhibit: A playful look at the myths of creation and destruction 2017-03-14T10:06:00.000000Z American artist Tommy Hartung's 'Lilith' adds a whimsical comment to the non- human condition. Pining for the musician Eviatar Banai used to be 2017-03-14T08:48:00.000000Z Eviatar Banai’s lyrics outshine his melodies.