But the major failing of Gaston Zvi Ickowicz’s 'The City of Rawabi' is in its erotic aspect.
Galia Yahav is an artist.
A video about an inscrutable monkey on desolation row at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem is definitely worth a look.
Fahed Halabi’s rage has given way to a reflective posture in his new exhibition. Here, the artist focuses on the act of painting itself, ostensibly with no political dimension.
'From her wooden sleep...,' was first mounted at the London-based Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in 2015 and is now 'expanded in a site-specific installation' for Tel Aviv.
The exhibit at the Israel Museum ranges from kibbutz-related works to pervasive Christian iconography, offering a striking chance to chart the development of this seminal Israeli artist.
The president of the art school was so fearful of legal problems that she performed a series of indecent acts. Instead, she should have supported the student who painted a problematic picture.
The creators of the ‘Minaret of Defense’ are not the first artists whose good intentions get buried in colonialist rhetoric.
It used to be a tool for cultural subversion, but irony is now the weapon of the satiated. That’s the main problem with ‘Architecture and Morality,’ the new exhibition by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson.
In this exhibition of rare intensity and power, the curators tackle the chauvinistic, controversial image of artist Uri Lifshitz five years after his death.
This Herzliya exhibition desanctifies the ‘wedding ceremony’ and sours its saccharine harmony, while raising issues of status, possession and ownership.