A museum in Jerusalem addresses skeptics who doubt the historicity of Jesus of Nazareth.
The new bill suggests that culture organizations that criticize the State of Israel or highlight the Palestinian national narrative will have trouble with government funding.
The decision to translate and publish the works of dozens of women authors, without their involvement or approval, points to unethical publishing practices.
The Barbur Gallery was targeted by the Israeli Minister of Culture and Mayor of Jerusalem for hosting events with NGO’s dedicated to the end of Palestinian occupation.
After over 180 irreverent exhibitions, a beloved Paris gallery prepares to close its doors.
Maysaloun Hamoud’s film about three Palestinian women living in Tel Aviv rattles stereotypes.
An exhibition in Tel Aviv is reputedly using works by leading Arab artists without their permission, and the curators say they’re doing so deliberately to provoke a conversation around the topic of boycott.
Naomi Safran-Hon has — by her own admission — terrible taste in music, which explains how she became a regular listener of Israel’s trashiest radio station, Galgalatz.