Israelism follows two young Jewish Americans whose perception of Israel changes once they see how the nation treats Palestinians.
Earlier this week, curator Ranjit Hoskoté stepped down after he was accused of antisemitism for signing a pro-Palestine petition.
The museum reported a 35% attendance drop from 2019.
“I love everything Egyptian,” the artist said after she joined the embattled museum’s board of trustees.
Aaron De Groft is countersuing the Orlando Museum of Art for alleged “wrongful termination” and “irreparable injury to his reputation.”
“Cranbrook Academy of Art is making a choice to erase the Palestinian identity from public life,” reads an open letter signed by students and alumni.
Though a portion of the Tequesta site was approved for historical designation, the developer and arts patron can move forward with luxury high-rises, per city permits.
In a statement to Hyperallergic after Lisson Gallery nixed his show, the artist warned of “soft violence aimed at stifling voices” on the topic of the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Curator Anaïs Duplan said he was “speechless” when his section for an upcoming exhibition at the Museum Folkwang was abruptly withdrawn.
One committee member resigned following antisemitism accusations and the other over the Israel-Hamas war.
The Cultural Treasures of South Los Angeles does not simply record a list of places, but also traces evolving narratives of cultural expression and exchange.
The Euclid Mission can capture large swaths of outer space in a single shot. Talk about a wide-angle lens!