The highly serious subjects are addressed lightheartedly in a new exhibition by a South African-born artist, now showing in Tel Aviv.
Arik Levy’s solo exhibition 'Primitive Components' includes sculptures, paintings and copper prints depicting how love and pain are intertwined.
A thought-provoking new exhibition at Beit Hatfutsot reflects on the role of magic and mysticism in contemporary Israeli art.
Seven video installations in a new exhibition in Tel Aviv form a contemporary version of what was once the preserve of storytellers.
Magical views of the sun shine through in a group show at the Zaritzky Artists’ House in Tel Aviv.
In her first solo show, at a gallery in Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station, Tzfia Dgani offers an intimate take on the controversial edifice.
Motti Mizrachi finds wisdom and strength in the image of the exilic Jew.
Artists including Noa Yekutieli, Jonathan Goldman and Alex Levac tackle disasters in a new exhibition in the Galilee.
Chocolate, dust and diamonds are among the unusual materials used in the works of the Brazilian artist Vik Muniz, whose exhibition is currently on view at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Michael Halak says his works are not political , but metaphors of the human condition.
His legendary manipulation snared alleged anti-Semitic royals.
The work of Niyaz Azadikhah, banned in Iran, uses the chador to symbolize the struggle between coercive traditions and liberation.
Not everyone knows that David Perlov, who made the documentary film masterpiece 'Diary,' was also a painter all his life.
Has the secular Israeli public’s growing interest in Jewish sources trickled down into the art scene? A new exhibition in Tel Aviv tackles the question.
Culture and Sports Ministry demands removal of artist Ashraf Fuahri’s painting from his exhibition at Cabri Gallery in Galilee and threatens to cut gallery’s funding.
A new exhibit in Tel Aviv showcases works by Mosh Kashi depicting the real and the metaphoric aspects of nature.
The son of Jewish-Russian immigrants and respected for his wide-ranging styles, Perlin’s best-known work was 'Orthodox Boys' (1948).
Ahead of a new exhibition in Tel Aviv, Gabriel Klasmer explains why he won’t commit to one medium.
After dying of cancer at the young age of 29, Asim Abu Shaqra’s work was received as part of the canon of Israeli art. A new book and exhibition offer a different angle on the Israeli Arab artist.
Israeli cities seem to see little value in commissioning artworks. Instead we have instantaneous media.
Aviv had 'the courage to write on art with a hint of humor, imagination and personal conviction,’ Culture Ministry judges wrote in 2011.
'Lusitana,’ by Portuguese sculptor Joana Vasconcelos, winds its way down four flights of open space in Tel Aviv Museum, its tail and huge limbs spreading in all directions.
Family of Arthur Feldmann proved Gestapo had seized work of art in Czechoslovakia in 1939.
'All three characters - the archaeologist, the psychologist and the sculptor - dig,' says Daniel Silver, whose new art installation opens in London.
Photography collection includes 'The Family,’ a series of 69 portraits of prominent Americans for a 1976 issue of Rolling Stone Magazine marking America’s bicentennial.