Dominique Lévy, Brett Gorvy, and Amalia Dayan say their Upper East Side gallery was “vandalized” with a message that decries the “massacre of Palestinians” in Gaza.
Members of the group Writers Bloc staged an action during an awards dinner chaired by New York Times President Meredith Kopit Levien.
A Rabbi said there’s land in the settlements with my name on it.
One committee member resigned following antisemitism accusations and the other over the Israel-Hamas war.
Lisson Gallery says the show was postponed; the artist says it was “effectively canceled.”
Cultural groups and artists are withdrawing from the film festival over allegations of institutional censorship of the Palestinian liberation movement.
It is because of my proximity to the memory of genocide in Nazi-occupied Poland that I am speaking out against the American-supported Israeli invasion of Gaza.
The cultural community has seen events canceled and artworks returned after expressing solidarity with Palestine.
The statement, first published by the Israeli art magazine Erev Rav, takes issue with a letter that did not mention the Hamas attack.
Student groups at Hunter College say Tamy Ben-Tor’s video contributes to “the onslaught of anti-Palestinian, anti-Arab, and Islamophobic violence.”
Israel took responsibility for the strike on the Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Porphyrius, where hundreds were taking shelter.
“We support Palestinian liberation and call for an end to the killing and harming of all civilians,” reads a letter signed by Nan Goldin, Cecilia Vicuña, Barbara Kruger, and others.