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Steve Nassima and Suzanne Landau.

Art world stalling? Not according to this int'l spot in Israel

Suzanne Landau, prominent Israeli curator, teams up with businessman-turned-art adviser Steeve Nassima to launch an artistic platform: "We are unbeatable"

27/11/2020

Appreciating art from home

The “Mundane Heights” exhibition, which opened virtually a couple of weeks ago, is an aptly and oxymoronically named venture.

19/11/2020

During coronavirus, home is where the photo is

The Photo Is:Rael grand happening probes the domestic domain

09/10/2020
Activists protest outside Barbur Gallery in Jerusalem, on February 08, 2017.

Jerusalem gallery wins Supreme Court ruling against municipality eviction

The gallery has maintained throughout that the eviction was politically motivated.

Art Review: Between art history and humdrum kitsch

The solitary lamb, emblematic of the people of Israel is indeed a powerful image.

By DANIEL SHORKEND
15/10/2019
A work by Adriana Naveh.

Art review: Ein Hod Galleries

Most enjoyable and highly recommended, not to mention the beautiful vista and ambient silence of the place.

By DANIEL SHORKEND
27/01/2019

Jerusalem artist turns tragedy into creativity

“Everything changed after my father died. I was 10, and we moved out of Har Nof. My family became not religious, but I continued to be religious for a few years after.”

An exhibition at the Neve Shechter Gallery in Tel Aviv reveals new aspects of Hanukkah and contempor

Off the beaten track: Meet Athens in Tel Aviv

Curator and gallerist Shira Freedman took me on an enlightening tour of the gallery.

By DANNY SHORKEND
10/12/2018
Art Exhibit

Art Review: Blue Bird Gallery Turkish Bazaar, Old City, Acre

Within the old and traditional, here one finds a modern, well-lit and eye-catching gallery.

By DANNY SHORKEND
16/10/2018
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