P21 Gallery in London assembles an eclectic artist collective to commemorate and count the consequences of the Palestinian Catastrophe, 75 years later.
In Jerusalem’s Old City, a Different Kind of Cubism
EAST JERUSALEM — Walking through the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City it is hard not be to fascinated by the folk paintings appearing on the homes of pilgrims who returned from the Hajj in Mecca.
Q&A with the Palestinian Artist Lacoste Wanted to Exclude
We caught up with the Palestinian artist Larissa Sansour, who as we reported on Wednesday is the artist that the French luxury apparel label Lacoste wanted to exclude from the 2011 Lacoste Elysée Prize for being “too pro-Palestinian.”
Does Lacoste Hate Palestinians?
A controversy is brewing in Switzerland, where French luxury label Lacoste has attempted to strong arm a museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, to exclude Palestinian artist Larissa Sansour from the Lacoste Elysée Prize.