Maia Ipp is a writer, editor at Jewish Currents, and co-founder of Festivalt, an avant-garde Jewish arts festival in Krakow, Poland.
An Israeli photographer in Berlin explores subterranean currents in Jewish-German relationships.
Ambiguity and discomfort in Batsheva Dance Company’s “Naharin’s Virus.”
A surprising encounter with the Book of Ruth at a participatory art ritual in New York.
Two grandchildren of Holocaust survivors exchange letters on making art and meaning from the Holocaust.
Desire, boxing, prayer, and the Holocaust remembered. Bold fiction set in contemporary Berlin by Maia Ipp.