A show by the French collective Da Mental Vaporz in Tel Aviv demonstrates that removing street art from its context just doesn't work
The exhibition ‘Properties’ in Jerusalem’s Talbieh neighborhood is a brave event. An in-depth look at the area, it features works by Palestinian and Israeli artists who present a sophisticated take on the hurts of 1948
A new project by Palestinian director and artist Scandar Copti presents fake technological solutions, but the irony in the work becomes a double-edged sword
A series of works, jolting in their simplicity, center on the names of eight Israelis and Palestinians who burned themselves to death or were burned alive
In a solo exhibition titled 'Pravda,' Zoya Cherkassky expresses the truth about the hardship, oppression, and disappointment faced by Israelis who immigrated from the Soviet Union
‘The Museum’ is an ideological work, a paean to the Israel Museum and the state, ignoring gloomy reality
Anisa Ashkar is a female Muslim artist presenting her work in a place once reserved for men's prayer. She addresses this tension in her art
Shlomo Cohen-Abarbanel won artistic success while serving as a secret agent in Egypt in the early 1950s; Israeli artist Tamir Zadok traveled to Cairo in pursuit of his story
Doron Rabina, the new chief curator of Tel Aviv Museum of Art, poses the question – and answers it – in an interview in which he lays out his vision, evaluates the impact of the Culture Ministry and blasts blatant 'political art'
English artist Simon Fujiwara's ambitious project starts with a gift shop model of the Anne Frank House and incorporates donated copies of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
‘Euphoria,’ a project marking the 50th anniversary of the 1967 war on show at Kibbutz Ein Harod, is a display of nostalgia for a unified, justified Israel, under a cloak of biting critique
An exhibition of portraits that features lesser known or errant offspring in Jewish history positions the ‘Arab Jew’ as the necessary extreme of the dynasty
Even after the international outcry over the items Rotem Bides was accused of stealing from Auschwitz, her work is still interesting
To dismiss the new, the surprising, the unknown or the incomprehensible as an ideological diversion has always been one of the main flaws of dogmatic leftist thought
Artist Gal Weinstein draws on previous works for ‘Sun Stand Still,’ but visitors may struggle to discern a clear meaning from it all
There is no pain and no suffering in an exhibition that presents an Africa without wars and violence, ignoring history along with the present day
There is striking disparity between the impressive display of resistance documented in Activestills' new book and the lack of action by the Israeli and Palestinian left
A visit to the Umm al-Fahm Art Gallery.
The women of the New Barbizon group bring Kiev to the Middle East.
American artist Tommy Hartung's 'Lilith' adds a whimsical comment to the non-human condition.
Hilla Ben Ari's exhibition is a tribute to choreographer Heda Oren.
A new show at the Israel Museum illustrates the extensive presence of Jesus in Jewish and Israeli art. But when it comes to explaining the attraction to this figure, the thrust of the exhibition is misguided.
Tucked away in the Tel Aviv Museum is a photographic exhibition by Mark Yashaev, winner of the 2016 Mitchell Presser Photography Award. With theatrically designed spaces and photos within photos, his work is at once incisive and seductive.