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Dear Visitors,

As we enter our summer season, we continue to celebrate the strength of our collections, exhibitions, and events, offering a rich and diverse program with something for every age and taste - all within the setting of our beautifully renewed campus.

New exhibitions in each of our curatorial wings highlight important and fascinating subjects: A World Apart Next Door, in our Wing for Jewish Art and Life, offers a rare glimpse into the world's Hasidic cultures. Beuys | Kantor: Remembering, in our Fine Arts Wing, makes history as the first presentation in Israel of the work of the German artist Joseph Beuys, who, together with his Polish counterpart, Tadeusz Kantor, played a seminal role in the history of post-World War II European art and Neustein: Drawing in the Margins including, 75 selected artworks spanning 45 years of creative activity. White Gold, in our Archaeology Wing, brings together the largest display ever of the world's first coins, produced in Asia Minor beginning in the seventh century BCE. And our Youth Wing's annual theme exhibition, Good Night, offers a pleasurable and playful experience for the entire family. We also invite you to enjoy our ongoing programs of lectures, performances, and special events at the Museum and at Ticho House, and of exhibitions off-site at the Rockefeller Museum and at Ticho House in Jerusalem - and this season also at Mani House in Tel Aviv.

We thank you all for your ongoing support and participation and look forward to seeing you in the weeks and months ahead.

James S. Snyder
Anne and Jerome Fisher Director

  Google Art Project  

Google Art Project

The Israel Museum welcomes you to the Google Art Project, making its galleries and hundreds of highlights from its permanent collection accessible online to audiences around the world. Developed in partnership with Google, the project features 520 of the most important objects inthe Israel Museum's expansive collections, with high resolution images that allow viewers to examine works in exceptional detail, together with background information on objects and artists. Visitors may also explore the Museum's campus and permanent galleries virtually, using Google's Street View technology

» to the Google Art Project

  DSS Scrolls Digital Project  

Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Project

The Israel Museum welcomes you to the Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Project, allowing users to examine and explore these most ancient manuscripts from Second Temple times at a level of detail never before possible. Developed in partnership with Google, the new website gives users access to searchable, fast-loading, high-resolution images of the scrolls, as well as short explanatory videos and background information on the texts and their history.

» to the Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Project

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  Zion Ozeri, Mount Scopus, 2010, Photograph   A World Apart Next Door: Glimpses into the Life of Hasidic Jews
From June 12
This ethnographic exhibition highlights facets of Hasidic culture that may not be known to the wider public. It illustrates the Hasidic experience through the rich, complex attire of men, women, and children and through objects with meaning for the group's social and spiritual life, which revolves around its charismatic leader, the Rebbe. Photographs, films, and music from life-cycle events and other rituals and celebrations will also be presented. The exhibition was made possible by René and Susanne Braginsky, Zurich Additional support was provided by The Aaron Beare Foundation, Durban, South Africa The Alan B. Slifka Foundation, New York
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  Lena Guberman, Illustration for Aunt Margalit Fell into the Puddle by Nurit Zarchi  

Illustration, That's the Whole Story
From June 1
Winners of the Israel Museum Ben-Yitzhak Award for the Illustration of a Children's Book, 2012: Vali Mintzi is the gold medal recipient for her illustration of the book Little One in the Park by Galit Raved. Honorary mentions have been awarded to Aviel Basil for Og, King of Bashan by Nathan Alterman, Lena Guberman for Aunt Margalit Fell into the Puddle by Nurit Zarchi, Rutu Modan for her own A Royal Banquet with the Queen, and Mira Friedman for Cat Comes Home by Tami Shem-Tov.
» read on
» Award Ceremony and Exhibition Opening

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  Cyzicene stater with depiction of a young man wearing a kausia, a broad-brimmed hat typical of Macedonia, Electrum coin
  White Gold: Revealing the World's Earliest Coins

An exceptional display of the first coins ever minted, issued in western Asia Minor (modernday Turkey) from the 7th century BCE. Made of an alloy of gold and silver known as electrum or "white gold," these coins were exquisitely fashioned...All 500 coins in the exhibition, from two private collections, are presented to the public for the very first time.
» To the exhibition website
Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Dr. Haim Gitler
June 13 11 am » details
  Joshua Neustein, Taped Map of Israel, 2006, Adhhesive tape on wall and floor, Collection of the artist
  Neustein:Drawing in the Margins

The drawings of Joshua Neustein, a Polish-born Israeli artist who resides in New York, undermine conventional approaches to drawing, addressing its constituent materials and its process of formation, penetrating its surface by folding, scratching, and tearing it, and stretching its boundaries to the very edge. This retrospective exhibition presents 75 selected artworks spanning 45 years of creative activity.
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  Alfred Dehodencq, Two Jewish children, graphite and ink 

The Jews of Tangier: Orientalist Drawings by Dehodencq

This exhibition of 40 Orientalist drawings, prints, and oil paintings highlights the versatile, turbulent career of the French Romantic artist Alfred Dehodencq (1822-1882), placing special emphasis on the period (1853-63) he spent in the Moroccan city of Tangier. The majority of the drawings and prints on display were recently gifted to the Museum by Dr. Philippe Cohen and Gerard Levy, Paris.
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Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Shlomit Steinberg June 27 11 am» details

  Joseph Beuys, The End of the 20th Century, 1983-85, Basalt, clay, felt 


Beuys | Kantor: Remembering

This exhibition traces the parallel story of the life and work of German artist Joseph Beuys (1921-1986) and Polish artist Tadeusz Kantor (1915-1990). Both returned again and again to their personal life stories and both addressed complex issues of German-Polish-Jewish relations and the traumatic upheavals of European history that each had experienced in very different ways. The exhibition - the first-ever presentation of Beuys in Israel - presents key examples of their multifaceted work, bringing together loans from important holdings in Europe and offering our public a singular museum experience.
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Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Suzanne Landau
June 12, 26 11 am» details

  Anna Shteynshleyger, Born Russia 1977, active Chicago, Seascape, 2004–2009 / Pigment print Collection of Diane and Oded Henin, Jerusalem  

Good Night

The exhibition peeks into the bedroom, exploring the different stages of sleep and the imagery associated with it, while also looking outdoors, illustrating the changes taking place at night in nature. Highlighting works of contemporary art, this exhibition for the whole family also includes activity corners and features objects from diverse times and cultures, attesting to the timelessness of the subject.
» To the exhibition website
» Meet the Artist: Doron Solomons
Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Kobi Ben-Meir June 19» details

  Eugene Atget, Hôtel de Beauvais, 68 rue François Miron, 1902  

Eugene Atget: As Paris Was
In the Ticho House Through June

The photographic oeuvre of Eugene Atget (1857-1927) has become a landmark in the history of the medium, and his works are recognized as an integral part of the canon of documentary photography...
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  Nira Pereg, Bangkoking,Bangkok, Thailand, 2004, Two Channel version: Video with Sound / Duration: 3 min 40 sec. loop    Third Show: The Urban Condition - Works from The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
In the Mani House, Tel Aviv

One of the first houses built in Tel Aviv in 1909,Mani House hosts works from the Museum's collection for the third time. This show features photography, video art, drawing, and sculpture by Israeli and international artists, focusing on the modern city and the experience of living in it over the past century.
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Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Sivan Eran-Levian May 17» details
  Anonymous, Flemish, 17th century, Portrait of Young Peter Paul Rubens, Engraving, undated, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem  

Rubens, Venus, and Adonis: Anatomy of a Tragedy
Until June 9

The Death of Adonis, circa 1614, a monumental oil painting by the Flemish Baroque master Peter Paul Rubens, was chosen to launch a series of exhibitions highlighting masterpieces from the Museum's collection...The British Museum, The Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, and The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge are among the institutions that have lent their works to the exhibition.
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» To the exhibition website

  Simon Troger, German, 1693 – 1768, The Sacrifice of Isaac, Ivory, ebony, metal and glass, Gift of Jacqueline Goldman, Palm Beach, Fla. to American Friends of the Israel Museum   Divine Messengers: Angels in Art

This exhibition presents works by the Baroque painters Pieter Lastman, Jacob Jordaens, and Pedro Orrente, and prints by German Renaissance artists depicting scenes from the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, alongside paintings from the Cuzco Spanish colonial school, Islamic art, and illuminated ketubbot (Jewish marriage contracts) - all replete with angels. Holding pride of place in the exhibition is Paul Klee's emblematic Angelus Novus.
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  Dror Daum, Dead Led stills - 5, 2009  

Wall Work II - Dror Daum, Dead Leds, 2009

Dror Daum filmed segments of large electronic billboards mounted in different public places around the country. The billboards are composed of thousands of minuscule LED bulbs that go on and off at set intervals, producing the darting image. Daum zoomed in on the non-operative areas of the billboard, enlarging those islands of black spots tenfold until he obtained an abstract, geometric video work reminiscent of modernist grid-like paintings such as Mondrian's.
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  Fragment of the Aleppo Codes, From Exodus Chapter 8  

Rescued from Fire: A Rare Remnant of the Aleppo Codex

On the day of the Aleppo Pogrom, December 1, 1947, Shmuel Sabag collected a scrap of parchment from the pages of the codex. Placed in his wallet, it served as an amulet until his last day. In 2003 his family donated this precious fragment to the Ben-Zvi Institute, and it is now on display at the Museum.In the Shrine of the Book
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  Dolls in the Beaded Ceremonial Art of the Ndebele exhibition

Beaded Ceremonial Art of the Ndebele

The Museum's African Art collection has recently been enriched by a generous donation of beaded Ndebele art. This special display highlights ceremonial body ornaments and initiation dolls made by Ndebele women for use in rites of passage and as status symbols. The intricate beadwork features common motifs such as stylized flora, houses, telegraph poles, and electric light bulbs, reflecting the Ndebele woman's domestic concerns, her hopes for a good harvest, and her aspirations for an idealized home.

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  Jacob Jordaens,Flemish, 1593–1678,
The King Drinks! (A Twelfth Night Feast), ca. 1645, Oil on canvas, Gift of Saul and Gayfryd Steinberg, New York,to American Friends of the Israel Museum  

Jacob Jordaens, The King Drinks!, ca. 1645

Jordaens, one of the major Flemish Baroque painters, earned fame for his large-scale commissions. This painting, an important addition to the Museum's growing holdings of masterpieces from the Netherlands, depicts the Feast of Epiphany, held on the twelfth night of Christmas in commemoration of the Adoration of the Magi. The celebration includes much food, wine, and merriment shared within the extended family.

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  Frank Auerbach
            Julia David and Catherine, Closeup, 1989, Black felt-tip pen, graphite, and crayon on paper 250 x 202 mm  

Frank Auerbach: Portraits on Paper

The Museum's Prints and Drawings collection has recently been enriched with works by the German-born British artist Frank Auerbach. On display in this exhibition are twenty portraits of his friends and relatives, including Lucian Freud, Leon Kossoff, R. B. Kitaj, and Joe Tilson, painted between 1980 and 1998.

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  Henry Moore, Mother and Child No. 1: Reaching for apple 1956, bronze with brown patina  

Close Encounters

Featuring two mother-and-child sculptures,this exhibition brings together the work of modern artist Henry Moore and Precolumbian art created 2,000 years earlier. Moore's imposing,innovative sculptures and ancient West Mexican art both ascribe prominence to human figures, particularly those of mother and child. The sculptures' juxtaposition demonstrates their affinity and sheds light on the visual power and sensuality of the ancient art form, which served as a source of inspiration to the modern artist.
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All educational and cultural activities for the public taking place in the Museum are within the framework of:
The Sandra Rotman Cultural Program
. All programs are in
Hebrew unless otherwise indicated.


Illustration, That's the Whole Story: Award Ceremony and Exhibition Opening

In conjunction with the exhibition Winners of the Israel Museum Ben-Yitzhak Award of the Illustration of a Children's Book, 2012

Children's Book Illustrations in Israel in the 1940s and 1950s Guest lecture by designer and researcher David Tartakover
June 1 | 11 am » details


Meet the Artist: Doron Solomons
In conjunction with the exhibition Good Night Solomon discusses his sources of inspiration and creative process.
June 5 8 pm | NIS 55 | Members NIS 15
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The Voice of Poetry
Poetry readings and music on the subject of "Void and Space." Poets Haim Gouri, Dory Manor, Hila Lahav, and Yaakov Biton and musicians Gilad Vaknin (guitar), Eden Djamchid (cello),and Inbal Djamchid (vocals) raise alternatives to the common perception of space in its broadest sense – the country, the city, the cafe, the apartment, and the bedroom. Hosted by Itay Akirav and Amir Menasheof.
June 6 8 pm | In the Ticho House | No extra charge
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Close Encounter with Rare Artists' Books and Illustrated Books from the Israel Museum Collection
In conjunction with Hebrew Book Week, from Travelogues and Prayer Books to Matisse, Man Ray, and Picasso. With Ronit Sorek, curator in the Prints and Drawings department
June 12 8 pm | Study Room for Prints and Drawings | NIS 55 | Members NIS 25 | Pre-registration required at 670-8813; Space is limited
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International Conference on the Origins of Coinage
In conjunction with the exhibitionWhite Gold, the first international conference featuring the world's 20 leading scholars in the field. Closing lecture with Prof. Francois de Callatay, Royal Library of Belgium
In English June 25-26 Shrine of the Book Auditorium |No extra charge | For details, call 670-8831
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Lecture Series: Eight Masters in the Israel Museum June 11

Joseph Beuys: Art as a Way of Poking at Society's Sores
With Ronit Steinberg
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Lecture Series: Temples and Shrines
This interdisciplinary series explores ancient and modern shrines from the point of view of archaeology, art history, folklore, architecture, and more.

Atop the Hill: The Israel Museum as a Physical and Conceptual Olympus Gilit Ivgi, lecturer and expert in the history of museums
June 12

Imaginary Temples: Selected Works from the Prints and Drawings Collection: Ariel Tishby, curator in charge of the Norman Bier Section for Maps of the Holy Land
June 26
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Special and Private Events
For further details call, 02-670-8985

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Gallery Talks
June 12, 13 (11 am), 19, 26, 27 (11 am), 29 (Gallery talks are at 7 pm unless otherwise stated)
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Concerticho Renewed: Romanticho
For further details call, 02-6708960

Music, wine, and romance in the Ticho House: New concert series featuring top musician. A glass of wine will be served prior to the concert. Wednesdays | June 20, 27 For further details call, 02-6708960
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A large selection of activities, guided tours, workshops, lectures, and theatrical tours adapted to various groups
To arrange tours in Hebrew, Arabic, English, French, German, Russian, or Spanish, call Emilia at 670-8884
(Note: Arabic tours on
June 12 and June 23 and Russian tours)
»further details

Group Tours for Schools and Other Educational Institutions:
Good for the Body, Good for the Soul - Healthy lifestyle workshop
From Kindergarten to Grade 12 - A variety of themes in the galleries
Tours for Art Majors
For details, call Nava Shema at 670-8805, 677-1305, »

Tours for Special Education Groups
For details, call Timnah Shahar at 677-1379, »

Tours for Private Groups: A wide selection of programs to enrich a private event, including an overview of the Museum's treasures; thematic tours focusing on archaeology, the Bible, fine art, Jewish art and life, 100 years of Israeli art, or love; and guided tours of temporary exhibitions and special exhibits

Tailor-Made Tours: Design a tour specially suited to your needs, together with one of our professional guides

Culture for Seniors: Enjoy a fun day at the Museum, including a guided tour, show, and coffee break.
For details, call Emilia Vid at 670-8884, »

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  Summer Marathon in the Youth Wing, 2011  

Summer Marathon in conjunction with the exhibition Good Night
Painting and sculpture for graduates of kindergarten through grade 7

Photography, comics, theater, classical animation, and industrial design

for graduates of grade 4 and above

Computerized musical composition; Digital animation; Digital photography; Computer art
for graduates of grade 8 and above

Wood sculpture with Amir Baumfeld for graduates of grade 9 and above
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  Summer Marathon in the Youth Wing, 2011  

Recycling Workshop

Join us on a journey through the enchanted world of recycling: the moon is a cake pan, the stars are buttons, cans, and coins, the chairs are covered with linens, and the wall is entirely decorated with pajamas. Create with a variety of materials collected from factories in the spirit of the exhibition Good Night.

Tues 4-7 pm | Ages 3-9 | NIS 15 | For details, call 670-8963 (Telma Schultz)
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Activities in the Illustrations Library

Mondays in the Illustrations Library: June 4, 11, 18, 25

Big Art for Little Artists
In this series of meetings with Michal Kerer, storytelling inspires children to create their own works of art.

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Big Art for Bigger Artists
For slightly older children, who are either new or continuing in the program

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Tuesdays in the Illustrations Library: Big Art for Little Artists
June 5, 12 (See Triple Tuesdays below), 19, 26
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Triple Tuesdays
Every third Tuesday of the month, three activities in one ticket (can only be purchased for all three activities)

Meet African Witches - With curator Dorit Shafir
Flying Witch - Art workshop with Telma Schultz
Story Time - Actress Mia Sahar's puppet theater featuring a flying witch, a cat, and a broomstick

June 12
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Archaeological Tell

Children and their parents are invited to learn about the various stages of an archaeological dig.
Open during regular Museum hours. (Workbook at no extra charge)
Be an Archaeologist for a Day (details below in Birthdays at the Museum)

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Birthdays at the Museum

Celebrate your child's birthday at the Museum on weekday afternoons. You provide the refreshments, we take care of all the rest! Select the program of your choice:

Birthday in the Exhibition: Good Night | Ages 5 - 9
Pajama party in the Youth Wing with games, giggles, and scares - and a surprise at the end.

Fairy Tale Birthday | Ages 4 - 6
Birthday parties for kindergarten children filled with stories and activities in the spirit of the Youth Wing Library's illustrated book heroes.

For details and reservations, call 02-677-1302

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Jacques Lipchitz, "Beelden aan Zee" Museum, The Hague
January 30, 2011 - June 3, 2012
The artist's bronze sketches and other sculptures from the Museum collection
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  View of Isadore and Sarah Palevsky Design Pavilion  

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  View of the Illuminating the Script: Hebrew Manuscripts gallery   Israeli Friends of the Israel Museum
The Association of Israeli Friends of the Israel Museum is dedicated to developing and cultivating relations between the Museum and its community of friends and supporters in Israel.

Honor your friends with a contribution to the Israel Museum. A personalized certificate acknowledging your donation towards educational and youth activities at the Museum will be issued by the office of Israeli Friends of the Israel Museum: 02-670-8815, 677-1344
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The shop is open during regular Museum hours, and also from 10 am on Tuesdays
Discount on Israel Museum catalogues, on the occasion of Hebrew Book Week, 10-15 June

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  The Shrine of the Book
» Shrine of the Book
Roxy Paine, Inversion, 2008, Stainless steel
» The Billy Rose Art Garden
Anna Ticho, Olive Tree, 1935, Anna Ticho Bequest, charcoal on paper
» Ticho House
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Information and Study Centers
The Isidore and Anne Falk Information Center for Jewish Art and Life.
By appointment only, Tel. 02-677-1304 » details

Israeli Art Information Center Study room adjacent to the Library.
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Study Room for Prints, Drawings, and Photographs; The Arturo Schwarz Dada and Surrealist Library;
The Norman Bier Section for Maps of the Holy Land. By appointment only:
Prints and Drawings, Schwarz Library, and Bier Maps Section: Tel. 02-670-8853, 02-670-8065;

Photographs: Tel. 02-670-8843 » details
Illustration Library in the Youth Wing

Dorot Foundation Dead Sea Scrolls Information and Study Center, in Memory of Joy Gottesman Ungerleider
Closed to the public; reopening to be announced on Museum website» details


Wheelchairs and lockers are available at the Entrance Pavilion. Coat check and folding chairs are available at the end of the Route of Passage, near the elevators. Please inquire at the Information Desk.

The Israel Museum and Shrine of the Book are open:
Sun, Mon, Wed, Thurs 10 am - 5 pm
Tues 4-9 pm | Fri 10 am - 2 pm
Sat 10 am - 5 pm


The Museum keeps its doors open with the help of its Guardian friends:
May 27-June 2 Lauren and Alan Halperin
June 3-9 The Sofaer Foundation
June 10-16 Huti and Jay Pomrenze

The month of June is sponsored by British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel

Spring and Summer in the Art Wing are sponsored by Les Amis Francais du Musee d'Israel a Jerusalem
Gallery Talks courtesy of the Morton L. and Barbara Mandel Fund

The Museum gratefully acknowledges the generosity of those who contribute to its exhibitions:

Beuys | Kantor Lynn Schusterman and the Schusterman Foundation - Israel, in honor of the 60th birthday of Israel Museum Director James S. Snyder; Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*;
White Gold The Thomas S. Kaplan Collection, courtesy of the Recanati-Kaplan Foundation; The Baron Lorne Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection
Nancy and Steven Weinstock, New York; Patricia and Lance Blackstone, London; Avedis Tavitian, Los Angeles; Lynn Schusterman, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*;
Eugene Atget: As Paris Was Ticho House Fund
Good Night: Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*; Association of Friends of the Israel Museum in Germany; Hollandia Israel
The Jews of Tangier Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*;
Divine Messengers Donors to the 2011- 2012 Exhibition Fund*
Gerhard Richter, Abstraktes Bild 849-3 Lily Safra, in memory of her husband, Edmond J. Safra
Rubens, Venus, and Adonis Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*

*Donors to the Israel Museum's 2011-2012 Exhibition Funds: Claudia Davidoff, Cambridge, MA, in memory of Ruth and Leon Davidoff, Hanno D. Mott, New York, The Nash Family Foundation, New York
Spring and Summer in the Art Wing are sponsored by Les Amis Français du Musee d'Israel a Jerusalem

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