As the Israeli government passes a drastic “nation-state” law that denigrates minority populations in the country, artists are trying to imagine a world where there’s unity instead of divide.
The Al-Meshal Cultural Center in Gaza was destroyed by Israeli F-16s this week.
The Museum of the Bible has been funding a number of scholarly projects, including an illegal excavation in the West Bank that will certainly influence how the public understands the Bible and the ancient world.
What stands out in Wissam Nassar’s photography of the current conflict in Palestine is the intensity with which certain bodies are articulating their task, refusing to perform disability, instead exuding capacity.
The Invisible Walls of Occupation is an online interactive documentary that takes viewers into Burqah, a Palestinian village.
The story of a 39-day siege at the church traditionally said to mark the birthplace of Jesus Christ casts human emotions into stark relief amid almost unimaginable circumstances.
The Innocents Abroad, the most famous 19th-century account of Palestine, is in the end an elaborate, sustained joke at the expense of the peoples and places of the Mediterranean.
The new museum explores the living culture of Jerusalem, which curator Reem Fadda sees as a city that exemplifies the beginning and end of globalism.
#dignitystrike aims to amplify the hunger strike with daily contributions in the form of images, words, voices, and actions of all kinds.
Liyla and the Shadows of War is a game set during the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict, in which you attempt to protect a young girl through the raging battle.
Inas Halabi won the AM Qattan Foundation’s Young Artist of the Year Award for her video featuring different family members telling the story of her grandfather’s scar.
Nidaa Badwan’s 100 Days of Solitude explores the refuge she found in her 100-square-foot room in Gaza during the course of 20 months.