Artist Yael Bartana invites viewers on a journey that ends with a mass burial of weapons. Critics may label her an outsider preaching to Americans, but she's unafraid to call them out on a fascist agenda
Joy Bernard is a journalist, art writer and editor based in Tel Aviv. She is an editor and contributor for Haaretz English.
The Zumu art collective is bringing art to the underprivileged in far-flung communities. Now it aims to expand its mini-revolution overseas
In his new solo show at the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion in Tel Aviv, Yonatan Vinitsky takes viewers on a surreal journey through contemporary culture
Jerusalem exhibit shows how Jewish Italian women from the 16th century onward turned everyday clothing into sacred objects, transforming their communities along the way
With their In Print art book fair, two American immigrants are hoping to bridge the gap between the local creative scene and the rest of the world
Magasin III opened in an Arab-majority residential area of Jaffa two years ago, confusing locals and exciting art lovers who flocked to see works by international artists. Now it stages its most ambitious work, with a large nod to Picasso's 'Guernica'
Jordan Nassar grew up in New York, where he internalized his Palestinian ancestors’ dream of returning to the homeland. With a new exhibition in Tel Aviv, the artist explains why he feels part Israeli and won’t advocate for either side of the conflict
Grassroots organizations are working to educate thousands of asylum seekers that Israel is threatening to deport
Ayelet Tsabari’s memoir, ‘The Art of Leaving,’ offers a rare narrative about a globe-trotting woman who flees home. Now that she has reconciled with her Yemenite roots and (partially) with Israel, she explains what drove her away
Galleries in Berlin and New York are enamored by the work of Fatma Shanan, a 33-year-old painter from a Druze village in northern Israel who wants to transcend identity politics and reclaim the female form
Israel, trailing behind in gender equality, still a captive of its founding chauvinistic ethos, isn't yet ready or willing to learn the lessons America is slowly absorbing from a year of #MeToo. But here, as in the U.S., women are finding their voice