- Adam Baruch
Baruch Rosenblum (
9 April 1945– 24 May 2008), better known by the pen nameAdam Baruch, was an Israeli journalist, newspapereditor, writerand art critic.
Adam Baruch was born in the
Meah Shearimneighborhood of Jerusalem, Israel. His father, Asher Rosenblum, was a lawyer, art dealerand active politically in Hapoel HaMizrachi. His mother's father was Rabbi Yitzchok Yaakov Wachtfogel, the head of the Mea Shearim Yeshivaand Av Beit Dinfor the Ashkenazi communities.
He was raised in
Ramat Gan, completed his high school education at the Noam Yeshiva High School in Pardes Hannah and studied lawat the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
His first wife was the
photographerAriella Shvide, the mother of his first first son, Ido Rosenblum – a screenwriter and TV personality, and his daughter – the writer Amalia Rosenblum. He lived in Jaffawith his non-married partner, Shira Aviad, who is also mother of his second son – Itay Asher.
Adam Baruch edited the journals "Musag" (1974-1976), "Monitin" (1978-1982) and "Shishi Tarbut" (1995-1996); and the daily newspaper "
Globes" (1992-1996). During the 1980s he was the editor of the weekend supplement "Seven Days" of the daily newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, and was the editor of Maarivfor a short period of time in 1992, when the newspaper was owned by Robert Maxwell. During his last years he wrote a weekly column (newspaper)called "Shishi" (sixth, or Friday, in Hebrew), in the Maariv weekend supplement "Mussaf HaShabbat". Previous personal columns of his were "Eye Contact" – a weekly art page in Yedioth Ahronoth, and a column in the weekly newspaper "Koteret Rashit".
Baruch also created the television interview series "Adam Baruch in Search of an Answer" ("אדם ברוך מחפש תשובה"), broadcast on the Israel Broadcasting Authority's Channel one, and the short movie "Eye Witness" ("עד ראייה"), broadcast on the Israeli Channel two.
* Ma Nisma BaBayit (Hebrew for "How are Things at Home?"), Dvir, 2004 – short essays on impressions of the last 25 years in Israel.
* Hayeinu ("Our Life"), Jerusalem, Keter Publishing House, 2002 – an attempt to define regulations for Jewish life in modern Israel.
* Betom Lev ("In Good Faith"), Jerusalem, Keter Publishing House, 2001 – interpretation and commentary on Jewish culture.
* Seider Yom ("Daily Routine"), subtitled "Daily Life in the Mirror of the
Halakha", Jerusalem, Keter Publishing House, 2000 – Halakhic implementation and interpretation on modern daily life issues, such as money, family, language, stock market, and many others.
* After Rabin: New Art from Israel, by Susan Tumarkin Goodman, Yaron Ezrahi, Adam Baruch, Tali Tamir, Jewish Museum Staff; New York, N.Y, Jewish Museum, 1999 – essays in a catalog accompanying a
Jewish Museum of New Yorkexhibition by the same name , discussing the effect of the assassinationof Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabinon art in Israel.
* Hu Haya Gibor ("He was a Hero"), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1998 – 41 short stories originally published in Baruch's "Eye Contact" column Yedioth Ahronoth, about situations in contemporary Jewish and Israeli life.
* Pisul Hiloni ("Secular Sculpturing"), 1988 – about the Sculptor Yehiel Shemi.
* Lustig, 1985 – an autobiographical story.
* [http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3547235,00.html "Essayist, artist Adam Baruch dies at 63"] ,
* [http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/986580.html "Critic and journalist Adam Baruch passes away at age 63"] ,
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