“Jerusalem Lives”: the inaugural exhibition at the Palestinian Museum

“Jerusalem Lives” at the Palestinian Museum looks at the relationship between a gloablised world and media and life in the city of Jerusalem.

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“Europa”: Palestinian artist Emily Jacir at Whitechapel Gallery in London

“Emily Jacir: Europa”, running at London’s Whitechapel Gallery until 3 January 2016, is the first comprehensive exhibition in the United Kingdom exploring the output of Palestinian artist Emily Jacir.

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Hong Kong-born artist Paul Chan wins 10th Hugo Boss Prize

Hong Kong-born, US-based Paul Chan’s “singular artistic voice” and versatile practice wins him Guggenheim’s 10th Hugo Boss Prize.

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2 Palestinian biennials challenge traditional models

Riwaq Biennale and Qalandiya International, two Palestinian biennale breaking the mould. Art Radar explores contemporary art in a place of conflict and transformation.

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Palestinian artists use documentary tactics to sustain and subvert – ArtAsiaPacific

An article published in the Issue 74 of ArtAsiaPacific explores the adoption of documentary-based techniques by contemporary Palestinian artists.

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Catch Palestinian Art in Venice – Islamic art in the spotlight or in a corner?

ART PALESTINE VENICE BIENNALE The debut of Palestine contemporary art at the 53rd Venice Biennale (June 7th – Sept. 30th) attempts to elevate Palestine art to the international spotlight. This post explores whether Islamic art from Palestine has been marginalized and to … Continue reading