This year’s Fresh Paint fair in presents another test for the Fresh Design pavilion.
A new exhibition showcasing the work of children’s book illustrators proves illuminating about how Israel and its people have been represented (or not).
Instead of sinking into depression after a sports injury, Yoav Litvin began talking long walks through his adopted city and photographing street art. His book, 'Outdoor Gallery: New York City,' documents his journey.
Rossello Shmaria's unique life story is only matched by his designer bags, now selling in museum shops.
An intriguing encounter between works by Israeli artists and gorgeous glazed pottery from 17th- and 18th-century Holland takes place in an exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Hungarian-born Pesach Ir-Shay impressed his birth-country with his modernist posters.
The works by Attai Chen, now on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, tackle this question.
The American identical twin artists unveil a new installation at the Israel Museum.
Glenn Adamson of the Museum of Arts & Design tells on getting homo sapiens back into the spirit of making.
A new exhibition of the work of veteran Israeli fabric designer Neora Warshavsky seeks to restore honor to her and her profession, which she says is ranked unjustly low in the fashion hierarchy.