In what may be its final exhibition, the Museum on the Seam confronts the complex relations between religion and art in Jewish society
A new exhibition by Aviv Benn in Tel Aviv features fine work of high plastic qualities, fraught with residues of American painting as it morphed from abstract to figurative
It’s rare to see an exhibition in which equal weight is given to both the Palestinian-Israeli narrative and the Jewish-Israeli one
Jewish pioneer Simeon Solomon, showcased in the Tate Britain exhibition, was a victim of Britain's anti-gay laws, but produced some groundbreaking work
The apartment featured in Yasmin Davis' enigmatic video work carries on a coordinated dialogue with the gallery-apartment in which it is being displayed.
The memories embedded in the rooms depicted in Eran Wolkowski paintings are both personal and artistic: They evoke Van Gogh and Matisse.
The masks of unbridled racism serve artist Yair Garbuz as thematic raw material, which he terms 'immunity against racism.'
An exhibition documents the uprooting of Yemenite Jews from their farm on Lake Kinneret early in the last century, and honors Rachel, the iconic poet who, ill with tuberculosis, was also expelled from the area.
The roughhewn and deliberately awkward quality of Ayelet Zohar’s work, the way it shies away from the overly beautiful, imbues it with truth and power.
Spandau Citadel has become a fascinating graveyard for statues that were removed from their original sites in the German capital or were gravely damaged.