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Dear Visitors,

I write after a notably successful summer, during which our rich program of exhibitions and special activities drew record crowds - with attendance in July reaching its highest in our history, and August the third highest month ever on record for us. If you have not already done so, we encourage you to visit such groundbreaking ongoing exhibitions as A World Apart Next Door: Glimpses into the Life of Hasidic Jews; White Gold: Revealing the World's Earliest Coins; and the Youth Wing's Good Night.

And we also invite you to enjoy the two new exhibitions that will be opening this month: Forging Ahead: Wolpert and Gumbel, Israeli Silversmiths for the Modern Age, examining two of the most influential artists and masters in the field of twentieth-century Judaica; and By the Book, an engaging look at books, reading, and scholarship through the history of the fine arts.

We thank you for your ongoing participation and support and look forward to welcoming you to the Museum in the time ahead.

James S. Snyder
Anne and Jerome Fisher Director


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  Vittorio Matteo Corcos,Italian, 1859 - 1933, Dreams, 1896, Oil on canvas  

By the Book: 500 Years of Readers and Reading in European Art
From November 13

Highlighting paintings and prints portraying readers in their study or in a landscape, the exhibition examines the significance of reading in European art. Works by such renowned artists as Albrecht Durer, Rembrandt, Salvator Rosa, Moritz Daniel Oppenheim, and the contemporary Max Ferguson and Einat Arif- Galanti are on display, alongside rare books on loan from the National Library of Israel.
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  Ludwig Yehuda Gumbel, Torah crown, Silver  

Forging Ahead: Wolpert and Gumbel, Israeli Silversmiths for the Modern Age
From November 23

German-born silversmiths David Heinz Gumbel (1906-1992) and Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert (1900-1981) were among the first to adapt the modern style, characterized by clean, flowing, and functional forms, to the design of Jewish ceremonial objects. The exhibition illuminates the untold tale of these two visionary teachers and creators, who became pillars of modern Judaica.
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  Israel Hershberg, Tel Kakun, 2005-2007
Oil on linen

Fields of Vision: Landscapes by Israel Hershberg
From December 4

The eminent realist painter Israel Hershberg takes a long, hard, and unrelenting look at his subject, be it a still life, a portrait, a nude figure, or a landscape. For years he meticulously depicted isolated objects, capturing the effects of light and of time on their mutable surfaces, leaving no detail of texture or composition untended.
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  Nelly Agassi, Burnt 11, 2000,Video, 1:58 min   Nelly Agassi: Video Works
From December 19
Artist Nelly Agassi uses her body as a platform on which she performs repetitive actions dealing with femininity, physical pain, and emotional experiences. From the beginning of her career in the mid-1990s, Agassi's video works have documented these actions with an immediacy that resonates with the art of the 1970s, which placed the body at the forefront. Though in many of her works Agassi seems to record mundane actions, their slow, meditative repetition transforms them into powerful rituals that expose the fragility of the body and its limitations, while conveying both lyricism and drama.
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  Liat Livni, Lighthouse stories 1, 2010, 40 layers of paper and pencil, Wooden frame, and LED light  

Great Wide Open: New and Old in the Collection
From December 19

Desert landscapes and seascapes are at the heart of this exhibition. Associated with ancient myths, voyages, wandering, seclusion, and contemplation, the sea and the desert have been a source of fascination for innumerable artists since the Romantic era. Contemporary artworks, recently acquired by or gifted to the Museum, will be exhibited alongside a variety of works from the Museum's collections, including video art, drawing, painting, sculpture, and photography from the 19th century to the present.
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  Joshua Borkovsky, From the Vera Icon cycle, 2008, distemper on gesso on wood, 60x40  

Veronese Green
Joshua Borkovsky: Paintings, 1987-2012

From December 19
This comprehensive exhibition, featuring some 60 works painted by Joshua Borkovsky over the past 25 years, encapsulates a singular creative process. Three cycles of works from the past decade – Echo and Narcissus, Vera-Icon, and Apelles' Line – stand at its core, complemented by other artworks of the same period and from the 1980s. All together they yield an integral body of work, whose every unit resonates with the others, illuminating them.
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  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
Until November 3

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.
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  Katsukawa Shunko, Onagata, 1743-1812, in the role of Tomase in the play Chushingura, The Treasury of Loyal Retainers, Woodblock, Color print, 1733   Crossplay: Male Actors, Female Roles in Kabuki Theater
Until November 10
The world of Kabuki, a 400-year-old Japanese theatre, unfolds at the Israel Museum through a display of 30 prints and paintings from the Museum's collection, alongside historic costumes from Japan belonging to actors in female roles. The exhibition sheds light on this unique phenomenon, whereby Kabuki actors were just as celebrated as Hollywood actors are today. The exhibition is jointly organized with the Japan Foundation, in collaboration with Shochiku Co., Ltd., and the
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Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Miriam Malachi
 Wed November 7 11 am » details
  Purim, Bnei Brak, 2011, Photograph, Yuval Nadel  

A World Apart Next Door: Glimpses into the Life of Hasidic Jews
Until December 1
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 » read on
» To the exhibition website
Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Ester Muchawsky-Schnapper and Revital Hovav, assistant to the curator
 November 6, 20 » details
 Event marking the closing of the exhibition: Hasidism and Current Events , 27 November » details

  Sixth stater of Cyzicus showing a boar standing on a tuna fish   White Gold: Revealing the World's Earliest Coins

An exceptional display of the first coins ever minted, issued in western Asia Minor (modern-day 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
  Egon Schiele, Austrian, 1890–1918, Cowering Boy (Paul Erdmann?), 1915, Tempera on paper, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Purchase


Anna's Vienna
Anna Ticho spent her youth in Vienna, where she studied art from 1908 to 1912. This exhibition presents the material culture of the period, including furniture and decorative housewares typical of the 19th century; paintings by Vienna Secession artists (Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele); and objects by Austrian designers Michael Thonet, Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann, and those associated with the Wiener Werkstatte. Ticho's work of the same period will also be displayed.
At Ticho House » read on
Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Timna Seligman November 13 » details

  Mariana Vassileva, Born Bulgaria 1964, active Berlin, Morning Mood, 2010 / DVD projection, 3:17 mins. Courtesy of the artist and Collection von Kelterborn, DNA, Berlin  

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.
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» To the exhibition website

  Rutu Modan, Illustration for  A Royal Banquet with the Queen, Written by Rutu Modan, Am Oved, 2010  

Illustration, That's the Whole Story

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.
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» To the exhibition website

  Rutu Modan, Illustration for  A Royal Banquet with the Queen, Written by Rutu Modan, Am Oved, 2010  

In conjunction with "Manofim: The Annual Exhibition Season Opening": Re: Visiting Rockefeller

A fascinating juxtaposition of contemporary Israeli art with archaeological artifacts and unique exhibition spaces. .
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  Frank Auerbach, Study for the Studios, 1984, Felt-tip pen and watercolors on paper  

Frank Auerbach: Landscapes on Paper

Sixteen landscape paintings from the years 1975 to 1991 are on display in this sequel to the exhibition of portraits by the British artist Frank Auerbach. The works - most of which depict views of Camden Town, London, his place of residence - have recently been gifted to the Museum's Prints and Drawings collection.
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  Aya Ben Ron, Israeli, born 1967
Rescue, from A Voyage to Cythera, 2012, Collection of the artist  

Wall Work III - Aya Ben Ron, Rescue

Rescue consists of a sculpture suspended in mid-air and a video work. The sculpture - a portrait of the artist as a hospital nurse strapped onto a stretcher - hangs between heaven and earth, as in a rescue mission. A doctor and an emergency medical worker appear in the video work.Their act of humanitarian relief, on the one hand, and the steel sculpture of the
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Gallery Talk: With exhibition curator Aya Miron and artist Aya Ben Ron
 November 27 » details

  Jewish Women's dresses, 19th Century, Ioannina, Greece  

Jewish Women's Dresses from Ioannina

New in the collection! Greece, First Half (?) of the 19th Century These rare dresses attest to the unique tradition of the community of Ioannina. The dresses, known to us for some 30 years, were passed down from generation to generation, and the Asseo family of Kibbutz Afiqim has now gifted them to the Museum.
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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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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.

  Music inspired by the A World Apart Next Door exhibition   Cultural Tuesdays

In conjunction with the exhibition: A World Apart Next Door

Hasidism and Current Events A glimpse behind the scenes into the world of the media, through personal stories and anecdotes told by journalists Sivan Rahav Meir and Yedidya Meir, Hasidic writer Dudi Zilbershlag, and Rama Burshtein, writer-director of the award-winning, Israeli film, "Fill the Void."
Tues November 27 | 8 pm | Springer Auditorium
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  Arik Livnat and Chen Zimbalista  

Special Event for Children: Joint Sound: A Musical Theater Performance by the Orna Porat Theater for Children and Youth
What happens when the Percussion Family meets the Woodwind Family? Chen Zimbalista and Arik Livnat march through the sounds, offering a moving musical adventure spiced with humor.
Fri November 30 | 1 pm | Springer Auditorium | Ages 5-10
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  Franz Joseph Quai, Vienna, 1890-1905   Special Concerticho

Viennese Evening: From Mozart to Strauss

Works by Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Offenbach, and waltz by Strauss Maria Yoffe - sporano, Israeli Opera - and string quartet.
Tues November 14 | 8 pm | Ticho House
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  Hamshushalyim   Hamshushalyim: What's the Connection¿

Actors, illustrators, musicians, and even children offer humorous interpretations of artworks from the Museum's collections. The Israel Museum invites you to three Hamshushalayim events, during which actors, illustrators, and artists uncover the humor behind the artworks.

Thurs November 29, December 6 and 13, and 20 | 9 pm - 1 am
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Tapas – Artistic Appetizers The closing event in the Hamshushalyim series will be held in collaboration with New Spirit, offering a taste of art by young Jerusalem artists in the fields of theater, dance, interdisciplinary performance art, video art, and the visual arts (all of them participants in the "ToolBox" project).
Thurs December 20 | 9 pm - 1 am
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Hanukkah at the Museum

Sun - Thurs December 9-13
Illuminating the Darkness The darkness of the Good Night exhibition and the light of Hanukkah come together in a special family celebration, which includes workshops, tours, and riddles. 10 am - 3 pm
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Pyromania - Light and Darkness at the Israel Museum The Pyromania Ensemble takes the public on a hypnotic journey through light and darkness. The performance – combining dance with advanced technology – reveals a fascinating universe where light and darkness constantly clash, while remaining interdependent. For details, call 677-1302
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Recycling Workshop 3 in 1 box: a portable Hanukkah lamp, stained glass, and a miniature dreidel
Sun-Thurs 10 am - 3 pm | Fri
December 14 10 am - 1 pm | Ages 3-9 | NIS 15

Story Time: Pots Recount the Hanukkah Miracle Mia Sahar's puppet-theatre performance
12 noon | Ages 4-8 | NIS 15
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Fridays at the Museum

Program Inauguration and Opening Lecture with Daniella Shalev
Fri November 2 | 9:30 am | Springer Auditorium
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Special and Private Events
For further details call, 02-670-8985

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Gallery Talk
November 6 | A World Apart Next Door With exhibition curator Ester Muchawsky-Schnapper and Revital Hovav, assistant to the curator | Tues 7 pm
November 7 | Crossplay: Male Actors, Female Roles in Kabuki Theater With exhibition curator Miriam Malachi | Wed 11 am
November 13 | Anna's Vienna With exhibition curator Timna Seligman | Tues 7 pm
November 20 | A World Apart Next Door With Ester Muchawsky-Schnapper and Revital Hovav | Tues 7 pm
November 27 | Wall Work III With exhibition curator Aya Miron and artist Aya Ben Ron | Tues 7 pm
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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
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Resuming in the Spring! Guided Tour of Bergman House

The private home of international art collector Charlotte Bergman was built on the Museum premises in the 1970s. The International Style house boasts a view of the Valley of the Cross and of the Knesset. With her death in 2002, she bequeathed her important collection of modern art to the Museum and instructed that the house and its contents be left untouched. On display in this magnificent residence are original masterpieces by Picasso, Chagall, Henry Moore, and other artists, making a visit to the house a very special experience.
Tour lasts one hour; To arrange tours, call Nava Shema at 670-8805, 677-1305, » navas@imj.org.il

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, » navas@imj.org.il

Tours for Special Education Groups
For details, call Timnah Shahar at 677-1379, » timnahshs@imj.org.il

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 especially 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, » emilia@imj.org.il

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  Dina Shenhav, Born Israel 1969, Illumination, 2011 / DVD projection, 20 mins. Collection of the artist  

Special Activity: Taking the Moon Home

Short tour in the footsteps of the elusive moon in the Good Night exhibition

Avishag Adler's puppet-theater enactment of Sheila M. Lane's story The Princess Who Wanted the Moon

Recycling Workshop with Telma Schultz, at the conclusion of which participants may take the moon home with them.

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Special Event for Children: Joint Sound: A Musical Theater Performance by the Orna Porat Theater for Children and Youth

Fri November 30 | 1 pm | Springer Auditorium | Ages 5-10
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Illustration Library

Hours: Sun, Wed 10 am - 2 pm | Mon, Thurs 1-5 pm | Tues 4-7 pm

Mondays in the Illustration Library: November 5, 12, 19, 26

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 Illustration Library:

November 6 The Winter's Tale Story, movement, and art with dancer Alit Etrog Heiman
November 13 Triangle + Square = A Simple Story From the Library to the Gallery with Ksenia Topaz, exploring artworks, books, and illustrations composed only of geometric shapes.

November 20
See Taking the Moon Home (above)
November 27 The Incredible Book Eating Boy Shahar Marom's adaptation of Oliver Jeffers's book

Tuesdays | 5 pm | Ages 4-8
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Recycling Workshop

Where Ecology Meets Art Join us on an enchanted journey in the spirit of the Good Night exhibition, to the light of the cake-pan moon, stars made of buttons, cans, and coins, chairs covered with linens, and a wall entirely decorated with pajamas. Tues 4 - 7 pm; 3-9 pm | NIS 15 | For details, call 670-8963 (Telma Schultz)
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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)
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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!

Birthday in the Good Night Exhibition | Ages 5 - 9 | 5-7 pm | Games, giggles, and scares - and a surprise at the end.

New! Pajama party in the Good Night Exhibition | Ages 8 - 12 | 8-10 pm | Games, workshops, nightly tours, and more

Also suitable for class parties; For reservations, call Mimi at 02-677-1302

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Courses for Teachers
"New Horizon" Courses: "New Horizon" educators are eligible to participate in selected courses at the Israel Museum; Fee includes yearlong Museum membership; Tel. 623-3888, ext. 204; mahad.jerusalem.muni.il | For details, call 670-8860

Yearly Courses 2012-2013: Fee includes yearlong Museum membership | Meet in the Museum!
Key Concepts in Art and Museology With Lihi Sapir and Ella Regev
Broaden Your Horizons with Renowned Artists With Lihi Sapir and Ella Regev
The Fun of Creating With Telma Schultz
Tastes of Art With Michal Kerer and Anat Barel
Making Art in a Place of Art

| 9:30 am - 12:30 pm For details and registration, call 622-2464

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  Arik Livnat and Chen Zimbalista  

Special Event for Children: Joint Sound: A Musical Theater Performance by the Orna Porat Theater for Children and Youth
What happens when the Percussion Family meets the Woodwind Family? Chen Zimbalista and Arik Livnat march through the sounds, offering a moving musical adventure spiced with humor.
Fri November 30 | 1 pm | Springer Auditorium | Ages 5-10
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  View of the Museum at night   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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Venus's Bracelet inspired by the jewel adorning the arm of the Goddess of Beauty and Love in Rubens's masterpiece The Death of Adonis

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  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 in the 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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  The Shrine of the Book
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Anish Kapoor, Turning the world upside down, in the Billy Rose Art Garden
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Anna Ticho, Olive Tree, 1935, Anna Ticho Bequest, charcoal on paper
» Ticho House
View of the Rockefeller Museum
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The Museum gratefully acknowledges the generosity of those who contribute to its exhibitions:

Forging Ahead Michael Jesselson, New York Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*
Good Night: Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*; Association of Friends of the Israel Museum in Germany; Hollandia Israel
A World Apart Next Door Rene and Susanne Braginsky, Zurich;The Aaron Beare Foundation, Durban, South Africa; The Alan B. Slifka Foundation, New York
Anna's Vienna
Ticho House 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; Robert and Rena (Fisch) Lewin, London; Donors to the 2012 Exhibition Fund*;
Crossplay; 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
*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
; Yad Hanadiv, the Rothschild Foundation in Israel

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