‘France and Romania have a strong relationship trough art and culture. I have a bold wish for Art Safari 2018…’

*Fly to Baku*, Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, Paris, France, 2012 Rashad Alakbarov, *Intersection*, 2013, Courtesy: Rashad Alakbarov, Copyright: Mirnaib Hasanoglu

Interview with Hervé Mikaeloff, curator of the Central Pavilion at Art Safari Bucharest 2018.   I know you have already interacted with Romania, or with the Romanian art&cultural space, when you curated the Romanian Scenes exhibition at the Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton from Paris, in ...

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The Mono Jacks, a collection of thoughts and feelings in musical form


Interview with Doru Trăscău, the founder of the well known Romanian band. by Monica Apostol The Mono Jacks (TMJ) band, founded by Romanian grunge icon Doru Trăscău in 2008, just released its second album, Usor Distorsionat. Like the debut album, ...

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Current challenges ahead Jerusalem 50 years after its reunification

jerusalem challenges

With security issue taking a back seat for now in Jerusalem, the authorities of Israel’s political capital are facing new brand challenges fifty years since the city’s reunification. Amid celebrations marking the 50-year reunification anniversary in early November, preserving the ...

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Journey to Jerusalem (III): The historical city turned into an innovation hub

innovation hub

Jerusalem is not only about multicultural environment or religious, archaeological and historical meaningful sights, but has also become an attraction for entrepreneurs and cutting-edge innovation programmes. Getting beyond any religious or cultural disagreement, the city’s authorities have understood that above ...

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Alyn, the hospital in Jerusalem where disabled children can become superheroes and where the right to life has precedence over any political or religious dispute


At Alyn Hospital Pediatric &Adolescent Rehabilitation Center in Jerusalem, success is measured in millimeters. Infants, children and teens who are suffering of physical disabilities, congenital or acquired, can be diagnosed and treated here, and they can also undergo rehabilitation by ...

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Journey to Jerusalem (I): Up and down the eclectic Old City

Photo credit: The Romania Journal

When you land to Jerusalem for the first time in your life, expectations are high, but the outcome is a ‘repartee’, as beauties inside Israel’s political and cultural main city are astonishing and challenging indeed. There is so much eclectic ...

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