On the line with Prof. Yuli Tamir, president of Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Arts, who this week ordered that a student painting of a nude Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked could be exhibited only if the face was blacked out.
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The creators of the ‘Minaret of Defense’ are not the first artists whose good intentions get buried in colonialist rhetoric.
Trend of cross-generational abundance will continue, with performances by dinosaurs and newbies.
The techno party at Tel Aviv’s Block nightclub Friday is going to be streamed live, so if you don’t want your face shown, bring a mask.
Shenkar College President Yuli Tamir: 'Censorship' not politically motivated, the student artwork was simply sexist.
It used to be a tool for cultural subversion, but irony is now the weapon of the satiated. That’s the main problem with ‘Architecture and Morality,’ the new exhibition by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson.
With subtle and disembodied images, maverick Druze photographer Amira Zayan depicts the status of women in a strict society – while still respecting its sensitivities.
Ignorance stemming from a generation gap can be charming and has often fueled youthful rebellion. But it’s a bit depressing when a 17-year-old kid thinks about art like an old man.
An encounter with a homeless man near his home opened Ishay Rozen's eyes. 'The goal wasn’t to vandalize and destroy, but to immortalize and adorn,' he says.
Culture Minister Miri Regev gets booed when she talks about terror attacks, and criticizes ‘elitists’ and ‘our enemies at home.’