As Canary Test’s owners interacted with their green-thumbed neighbors, they observed that the artistry behind floral arrangement was not unlike sculpture.
The Oi! Spotlight artists accept that ecology has deteriorated, but rather than ask viewers to reverse human action, they depict ways of adapting in the future.
The photographer illuminates a chapter of Jewish history that, until recently, has been obscured by scholars.
Artists have long been drawn to California’s sun-cloaked landscapes. But now, this idyllic light might be fading against the backdrop of social inequalities and rising air pollution.
Rather than focusing on death and suffering, a clichéd reality in Jewish culture, Peter Krasnow chose to paint vibrant, light-filled compositions.
The Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum in North Carolina could be used as a template to spotlight US regions where Jewish populations are present, but their stories are unknown.
Alejandro Zohn shaped public space in Guadalajara, Mexico, but beyond its borders, few know about him.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the festival explored intergenerational relationships, the preservation of Jewish traditions, and the lingering trauma of the Holocaust.
Indonesian artist Mulyana crafts a tactile, mystical world in which fish, whales, and coral reefs coexist with sea monsters.
Forti started as a painter so it’s only natural that she would transform other artists and cultural workers into dancers.
Attending the artist CHOKRA’s performance introduced me to oud’s original purpose as a sacred healing tool that helps one recover from illness, mentally and physically.
In the artist’s first feature-length film, Ladies Lair Lake, the choice to not have children is presented as valid and dignified.