Tali Keren’s work interrogates the insidious imbrications of religious, political, and military institutions across the United States and Israel.
Chelsea Haines is a curator and art historian who teaches at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University.
A Studio Visit With Keren Benbenisty
From the migration of fish to the cultivation and branding of new citrus varietals, Benbenisty’s practice tracks seemingly natural phenomena while questioning their political and ecological ramifications.
Mapping Out “Refugee Modernism” at the Venice Biennale
Yiddishland Pavilion artists Yevgeniy Fiks, Avia Moore, and others effectively question the borders that continue to define the art world.
At the Venice Biennale, a Border-Defying Yiddishland Pavilion
Yiddishland is a porous and generative project that threads itself through various pavilions, subtly undermining the national logic of the biennale.
Scenes From a Refugee Childhood
As a coming-of-age memoir during World War II, Zoe Beloff’s Reminiscences of a Refugee Childhood is a document of a generation rapidly fading from living memory.
Exhibiting the Afterlives of Looted Art
The Jewish Museum delves into “degenerate” art and art made under duress as part of a thought-provoking yet diffuse exhibition.