There's something confusing during the conversation with French artist Marie-Ange Guilleminot.
An exhibition at Tefen's Open Museum allows visitors to experience all three stages that constitute an individual's connection to art, according to collector-curator Benno Kalev
How did the painter E.M. Lilien see women - if at all? Like the Zionist movement he worshiped, his drawings of them, now on show, also reflect a certain blindness.
Aram Gershuni, the son of artists Moshe Gershuni and Bianca Eshel Gershuni, is one of Israel's best figurative painters. He says he has no problem selling portraits of his parents.
It is rare for a local artist's photographs to be printed after their death, but that is just what has been painstakingly done with the remarkable oeuvre of Shosh Kormosh.
Israel's art world may have been surprised by the decision to mount an exhibition of work by the late Rafi Lavie at the Venice Biennale - and, particularly, for Doreet Levitte Harten to curate it - but she is thrilled to reveal his talents abroad.
The Israel Museum launches its project '60 Years of Art in Israel', a contemporary observation of local trends.
Bilha Castel is realizing the dream of her late husband, Moshe Castel, and is building a museum dedicated solely to his works
Bilha Castel is realizing the dream of her late husband, Moshe Castel, and is building a museum dedicated solely to his works.
'Why haven't I visited the settlements? They don't want to be looked at,' says visiting Prof. W.J.T. (Tom) Mitchell, a founder of landscape criticism. Despite fierce opposition to the occupation, he has traveled to Israel many times.
A new exhibition showcases the life of the late surrealist artist Claude Cahun, who offered an alternative reading of gender and femininity
Three women artists use photos from family albums to try to expose the often-exploitative world behind female images
Three women artists use photos from family albums to try to expose the often-exploitative world behind female images.
Judith Raviv, 52, has defied the ageism in the art world in order to build a career.
'We used to argue like crazy over whether a line should be vertical or horizontal. Today money is the ideology,' says artist Oswaldo Romberg, former head of Bezalel's art department.
Launching of Artworks intended to expose young Israeli artists to the world
The Israel Museum plans two shows of artworks that survived WWII.
Gloomy brown and reddish colors lend Yosl Bergner's new exhibition, 'Trains,' a prewar atmosphere .
Currently on exhibition in Tel Aviv, the works of Michail Grobman reflect the Russian avant-garde - even though the artist has lived in Israel for 40 years.
Marwat Isa took an interest in her family's expulsion from the upper Galilee village of Biram only after her father's death in 1991.