Nude photos of Emma Holten were stolen and posted online when she was 20. Years before the #metoo campaign, she fought back by posting new nudes of herself. What was she trying to prove?
A 135-minute trilogy inspired by Shen Wei's travels to Tibet, Cambodia and his birthplace, China, "Re-" will open the dance program of the Israel Festival this week.
Choreographer Sharon Eyal is celebrating her 20-year affair with the Batsheva Dance Company with a powerful new work inspired by video art and the digital world.
On International Workers' Day, a fashion tribute to those Israelis who still wear uniforms to work.
Just in time for her 100th birthday, Hebrew-dance pioneer Yardena Cohen, whose works have been inspired by biblical themes and personae, is to receive the Israel Prize tomorrow
Legendary dancer, choreographer will perform 'Three solos and a duet' at the Suzanne Dellal Center.
After the recent debut of a new-old production by Batsheva, Ohad Naharin, now celebrating 20 years as artistic director of the dance company, looks back at past achievements - personal and collective - and ponders the future.
In 'DeadHappy,' Shir Freibach uses Santa Claus to channel her grief.
London's Royal Ballet found her aloof; Britain's top choreographer called her boring. She clashed with Rudolf Nureyev, and has no qualms about being perceived as arrogant. But Sylvie Guillem can do as she pleases - as befits the world's most celebrated dancer.
Israeli-born choreographer Nir de Volff's new show doesn't dance around the issue of German, Israeli and Arab relations.
Noa Eshkol was a charismatic dancer and choreographer, the daughter of Israel's third prime minister and co-creator of a movement notation system. Some of her followers are keeping her legacy alive.
Now choreographer of western Provence's official troupe, Emanuel Gat is taking the dance world by storm.
Michael Miller gave up a promising career in engineering, and now combines science, dance and emotion in choreography for himself and his troupe.
While the indomitable Rina Schenfeld's latest work, 'Angels,' embodies the universal themes of love and religion, it is also very personal.