The activist organization, which demands the removal of Whitney vice chairman Warren Kanders from the board, gathered at the museum to protest alongside activists from the 30 groups that have come out to support its mission.
Our Land, mounted as a reply to a controversial show at the Brooklyn Museum, features contributing artists from North Africa and West Asia and their diasporic communities.
The drug policy advocates, led by photographer Nan Goldin, held a covert die-in at the Guggenheim, then marching to the Met to publicly protest on its steps.
Finds Gone Astray features 40,000 artifacts confiscated from looters and unauthorized dealers in antiquities over the past 50 years. The protestors demand the immediate removal of the exhibition and the repatriation of the stolen items to the Palestinian Authority.
Freedom of speech advocates butt heads with institutions protecting the sanctity of religious imagery.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office sent the letter directly to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, voicing disapproval for the museum’s exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem.
Members and supporters of activist group Decolonize This Place emphasized that Warren Kanders is only a symptom of a larger problem.
The Qalandiya International is in its fourth iteration and offers a bounty of solutions for curators working outside centers of power and wealth.
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.