Monday, December 11, 2017
An Israeli artist plans to create a piece that will be beamed up to outer space this year, becoming the first-ever sculpture in space.
With so much focus on the recent violence in Jerusalem, it is easy to forget about the innovation and public art on display in the ever changing cityscape.
Nearly 200 Israeli and international professional artists are showcasing their artwork in the second annual Jerusalem Biennale For Contemporary Jewish Art.
Yad Vashem shared this week one of its moving exhibits--a collection of artwork from Felix Nussbaum, who was killed by the Nazis in 1944.
A German court formally authorized the return of two Nazi-looted art works from the collection of the late art collector Cornelius Gurlitt.
The heirs of a French Jewish art dealer killed in a Nazi concentration camp will get a piece of the upcoming sale of a Monet painting looted by the Nazis.
While half a year has passed since Operation Protective Edge to stop Hamas rockets, IDF soldiers are still recovering from their physical wounds.
After posting a single shot on Instagram earlier this week, Banksy finally revealed the location of the first piece in his new series—Gaza.
Jewish artists are behind a majority of America’s greatest comic book heroes--Superman, Batman, Captain America, Spider-Man, and the Hulk; the list goes on.
A dozen international sand sculptors came together recently to create a unique form of art—using 700 tons of Israeli sand.

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