Ra’anan Alexandrowicz’s documentary studies in real time how people rationalize and interpret the media they encounter.
The large murals by Palestinians and international artists depict the eyes of famous philosophers, activists, and artists.
Artists and cultural workers are withdrawing their work from the Zabludowicz Collection “in solidarity with Palestinian liberation.”
Cinema’s thorny depictions of Israeli military action reflects the swift shift in Jewish identity around questions of oppression.
The letter was initially signed by 300 leading Palestinian artists, writers, and filmmakers, including Emily Jacir, Mona Hatoum, and Elia Suleiman.
An adaptation of the Tony-winning play, Oslo‘s apolitical take on the Israel-Palestine conflict is of little use to anyone.
“We live in constant fear of censorship. No artist should have that fear,” says 21-year-old artist Malak Mattar.
After Palestinian content was restricted or removed from Instagram and Facebook, social media users developed a crafty method of altering Arabic script.
Israeli army forces raided the Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and Research, also confiscating phones, computers, hard drives, cameras, and books.
Hundreds have signed a letter denouncing Poju Zabludowicz’s ties to a pro-Israel lobby and the Israeli Air Force.
Maisa Abd Elhadi was featured in Larissa Sansour’s film at the Danish Pavilion in the 2019 Venice Biennale, as well as the Palestinian 2020 Oscar submission Gaza Mon Amour.
“Opening the first exhibition of Israeli artists in the region is yet another attempt to popularize normalization.”