Israel Museum names winners of arts and design prizes
Photographer Barry Frydlender will receive the Sandberg Prize for Israeli art, which includes an NIS 20,000 award.
A number of arts and design prizes will be conferred on Wednesday at a ceremony staged by the Israel Museum.
The photographer Barry Frydlender will receive the Sandberg Prize for Israeli art, which includes an NIS 20,000 award.
Frydlender, 56, is one of Israel's leading photographers, and his work has been exhibited at leading museums in Israel and around the world. His photographs feature urban landscapes and forms of human behavior in public spaces.
The artist Erez Israeli has won the Beatrice S. Colliner Award for Young Artists. Israel's work crosses across media and genres, and deals with death, grief, militarism and more.
The Jacob Pins award will be conferred this year to Orit Hofshi, who is known for her wood blocks and prints.
The Gerard Levy Prize for a young photographer will go to Ilit Azulay, a Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design graduate.
The Enrique Kablin lifetime achievement award in photography will be given to Avi Sabag, director of the Naggar School of Photography.