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Authored Books

The Art of Anthonie Palamedes (1602-1673) with an Attached Oeuvre Catalogue, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2024. ISBN 9781036404727


Simon Kick (1603-1652): Catalogue Raisonné, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021. ISBN 9781527572799


Pieter Codde (1599-1678): Catalogue Raisonné, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020. ISBN 9781527545274


Jacob Duck (c.1600-1667): Catalogue Raisonné, in the Series Oculi. Studies in the Arts of The Low Countries, Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2017. ISBN 9789027249685


Soldiers at Leisure: The Guardroom Scene in Dutch Genre Painting of the Golden Age, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (AUP), 2010. ISBN 9789089642042

Peer-Reviewed Articles

“The Scottish Collector Arthur Kay (1861-1939) and his Influence on the Canon of 17th-century Dutch Painting”, Predella. Journal of Visual Arts 53, 2023, pp. 143-185.


“A Quack in Stockholm: Establishing the Oeuvre of Joachim van den Heuvel”, Source: Notes in the History of Art 42, no. 2, 2023, pp. 112-119.


“Anthonie Palamedes' Paintings for the Delft Surgeons' Guildhall”, The Burlington Magazine 163, no. 1415, 2021, pp. 149-157.


“Active Block: The Blocking Practice in Contemporary Israeli Fine Art Photography”, Turkish Journal of History 69, 2019, pp. 195-219.


"Codde not Van Brekelenkam: a Case of Mistaken Identity", The Burlington Magazine 160, 2018, pp. 112-117.  


"A Note on a Copy after a Lost Painting by Pieter Codde", Delineavit et Sculpsit: Journal for Dutch and Flemish Prints and Drawings 42, 2017, pp. 22-26.


"Pieter Codde and the Industry of Copies in 17th-century Dutch Painting" in The Primacy of the Image in Northern European Art, 1400-1700: Essays in Honor of Larry Silver, eds. Deborah Cashion, Henry Luttikhuizen and Ashley West, Leiden: Brill, 2017, pp. 564-571.


"The Obscure D. Witting and the Art of Painting in Amsterdam of the 1630s", Canadian Journal of Netherlandic Studies (CJNS) 36, no. 2, 2015 (published in 2017), pp. 51-73.


"Rembrandt, Willem Duyster and the evolution of The Night Watch", Dutch Crossing, A Journal of Low Countries Studies 40, no. 3, 2016, pp. 261-269.


"Fantasy Caves: Dutch Grotto Painting of the Golden Age" in Liber Amicorum Marijke de Kinkelder, eds. Charles Dumas, Jan Kosten, Eric Jan Sluijter & Nicolette C. Sluijter-Seijffert, The Hague: The Netherlands Institute for Art History (RKD), 2013, pp. 291-304.


"The P6 Group and Critical Landscape Photography in Israel", Journal of Israeli History 35, no. 1, 2013, pp. 75-86.


"An Unknown Painting by Pieter de Hooch", Oud-Holland 124, no. 2/3, 2011,  pp. 171-174.


"The Soldier Seen from Behind: Pieter Potter and the Migration of a Motif", Canadian Journal of Netherlandic Studies (CJNS) 31, no. 2, 2010, pp. 45-64.


"The End of Consensus: The Crisis of the 1980s and the Turning Point in Israeli Photography", Journal of Modern Jewish Studies (JMJS) 9, no. 3, 2010, pp. 327-347.


"The Guardroom Scene: A Visual Source for Rembrandt's Nightwatch", Source, Notes in the History of Art 28, no. 4, 2009, pp. 32-39.


"Masculinity Pacified: Women as Mothers in the Guardroom Scenes of Anthonie Palamedes (1602-1673)", De Zeventiende Eeuw 24, no. 2, 2008, pp. 181-195.


"Adonis in Jerusalem: Rubens, Snyders and the Dynamics of Collaboration", Revue Belge d'Archéologie et d'Histoire de l'Art 77, 2008, pp. 91-100.


"The Zionist Renaissance and the Development of Israeli Sports Photography", History of Photography 32, no. 1, 2008, pp. 74-84.


"A Great Minor Master: The Robbery by Simon Kick in the Berlin Gemäldegalerie. With an Appendix including a complete catalogue of paintings by Simon Kick (1603-1652)", Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen 49, 2007, pp. 85-98.


"The Dutch Guardroom Scene of the Golden Age: A Definition", Artibus et Historiae 53 (XVII), 2006, pp. 151-174.


"On the Question of Portraits in some 17th-Century Dutch Genre Paintings", Dutch Crossing, A Journal of Low Countries Studies 25, no. 2, 2005, pp. 265-288.


"On a Collaboration between Jacob Duck and Abraham van Cuylenborch", Oud Holland 117, nos. 1-2, 2004, pp. 74-78.


"Crusader-Period Horseshoes from Horbat Bet Zeneta", Atiqot 39, 2000, p. 107-108.

(Hebrew with English summary).

Other Articles

“The Hospitaller Compound: The Ex-situ Architectural Elements”, IAA Reports 72: Akko III: the 1991–1998 excavations: the late periods. Part I, The Hospitaller Compound, 2023, pp. 159-180.


“Israeli Carnival” in Personal Choices: The Story of a Collection. Photography of Palestine, Eretz Israel, edited by Vivienne Silver-Brody, Jerusalem, 2023, pp. 384-385. (Hebrew)


“Reflection: A Note on Painting-Photography Relations in Contemporary Israeli Art” in Hanina. A Place for Contemporary Art. The First Ten Years 2009-2018, edited by Yakir Segev, Tel Aviv, 2022, pp. 183-190.


"Four Chapters on Sandboxes: The Element of Play in the Photographs of Avraham Eilat" in the exhibition catalogue, Avraham Eilat: The Depth of the Surface: Fourthy Five Years of Photography, Ein Hod, The Janco-Dada Museum, 2012, pp. 85-89.


“'Behold, I have set the land before you': The P6 Group and Critical Landscape Photography in Israel" in Building a Place: The P6 Group and Critical Landscape Photography (exhibition catalogue), Tel Aviv, Rubin Museum, 2010, pp. 69-74.


"On the Edge of Abstraction in Israeli Photography", in The Revealed and the Hidden in the Landscape: Photographs by Shai Ginot (exhibition catalogue), Ra'anana, The Open University, 2008, pp. 4-9. (Hebrew)


"The Abused Landscape: The Works of Young Israeli Photographers", Afterimage, A Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism 35, no. 1, 2007, pp. 23-27.


"The Path of an Artist: Rituals and Ceremonialism in a Series of Works by Avraham Eilat", Contact, Photography and Digital Media 81, November-December 2006, pp. 10-21. (Hebrew)


"Dror Maayan – Berlin Mushrooms", in Dror Maayan, Mushrooms: A Photographic Look at Street Art in Berlin (exhibition catalogue), Haifa, Pyramida – Center for Contemporary Art, 2006. (Hebrew)


"Graffiti in the Works of Three Israeli Photographers", Contact, Photography and Digital Media 71, November-December 2004, pp. 20-27. (Hebrew)


"The Landscape Photographs of Neil Folberg", Contact, Photography and Digital Media 70, September-October 2004, pp. 48-52. (Hebrew)


"Landscape Photography in Israel", Contact, Photography and Digital Media 69, July-August 2004, pp. 12-26 (Hebrew)


"Jozef Israels and Seventeenth Century Dutch Genre Painting", In Jozef Israels - A Heart's Desire (exhibition catalogue), Haifa, Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum, University of Haifa, 2004, pp. 29-33.


Contributed forty biographies and four entries (nos. 1, 14, 21 and 24) in Landscape of the Bible (exhibition catalogue), Jerusalem, The Israel Museum, 2000.

Curatorial Projects

2018 – Curator of the Exhibition Looking Forward: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors by Alicia Shahaf, Haifa, University of Haifa, 23.5.2018-28.4.2019

2015 - Curator of the exhibition Boaz Lanir: People in a Kibbutz 1983-2013, Tel Aviv, Indie Gallery of Photography, 13.8.2015-5.9.2015.

2014 - Curator of the exhibition Reflection: A Note on Painting vs. Photography in Contemporary Israeli Art, Tel Aviv, Hanina Contemporary Art, 11.9.2014-23.10.2014.

2013 - Curator of the exhibition Magia Naturalis: Israeli Artists Study Nature, Tel Aviv, P8 Gallery, 21.11.2013-14.12.2013.

2013 - Curator of the exhibition Shuka Glotman: Journey – Israel 1984; at second glance, Tel Aviv, Indie Gallery of Photography, 5.4.2013-7.5.2013.

2008 - Curator of the exhibition The Revealed and the Hidden in the Landscape: Photographs by Shai Ginot, Ra'anana, The Open University, 3.3.2008-2.4.2008.

2006 - Curator of the exhibition Dror Maayan – Mushrooms: A Photographic look at street art in Berlin, Haifa, Pyramida, Center for Contemporary Art, 6.5.2006-17.6.2006.

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