Projects

A Geniza from the National Library of Israel

Life in Medieval Khorasan. A Geniza from the National Library of Israel. An exhibition with the support of the Hermitage Museum Foundation Israel. The sudden appearance in the first years of the twenty-first century of the Afghan Geniza, hundreds of manuscript fragments from medieval Bamiyan, was a remarkable occurrence. These pages of thick, soft, browning …

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The Park of the Living in the city of Bitola

In the last two years the State of Israel is leading together with its Macedonian partners, a unique project of cleaning, restoring and documenting the oldest Jewish cemetery in the Balkans, in the city of Bitola. In this special project different Ministries and Non-governmental organizations, both local and international, such as the Hermitage Museum Foundation …

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Alexander Archipenko – the Goeritz Collection

Alexander Archipenko was born in 1887 in Kiev, Ukraine. In 1908 he arrived in Paris, and in 1910 he exhibited with the Cubists at the Salon des Indépendants. His works include sculptures and sculptu-paintings, drawings and prints. His sculptural innovations were influenced by works of Braque, Picasso and the Italian futurists. In 1914 he developed …

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