Israel’s Museum On The Seam Holds last exhibition before closing


Israel’s Museum On The Seam holds final exhibition “Thou Shalt Not” before closing its doors due to German donors withdrawing their support of the institution.

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“Conditions of Political Choreography”: artists explore German-Israeli relationships at CCA, Tel Aviv


“Conditions of Political Choreography” features experimental works by internationally renowned artists, performers, theatre-makers and dancers from Israel and Germany.

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10 highlights from the Busan Biennale 2016


Art Radar takes a look at some of the highlights from the 7th Busan Biennale, closing on 30 November 2016.

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6 highlights from Japan’s KENPOKU ART 2016 festival


Art Radar takes a look at six of the artists included in the 2016 line-up of KENPOKU ART running until 20 November 2016 in six cities in Ibaraki prefecture.

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Opiate of the Masses: “The Kids Want Communism” at MoBY – Museums of Bat Yam, Israel


Consisting of a number of public and private events across multiple sites in Europe, “The Kids Want Communism” waxes poetic about the multiple iterations of communism.

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Israeli artist Yael Bartana’s ‘Inferno’ at Trondheim Kunstmuseum, Norway


Israeli Yael Bartana creates a hellish drama out of religious devotion through “historical pre-enactment” at Trondheim Kunstmuseum.

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The body and its emotions: Israeli artist Tamar Ettun’s “The Yellow Who Wants” at Uppsala Art Museum


Israeli artist Tamar Ettun opens her first solo exhibition in Sweden is a discourse between sculpture and performance that examines the body’s relationship to every day objects and by extension the world around us.

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