Studio Visit Series: Ayala Landow

As spectators and participants of Jerusalem's contemporary art world—enthusiasts, visitors, writers, curators, critics, artists, gallerists, etc.— it is our job to contemplate and justify the works of art that we see in local galleries, exhibitions, museums and studios. But it…

If It’s Not Broken, Don’t Fix It

Written by Kara Meyer Jerusalem based artist Hila Avhael is a student of Musrara's interdisciplinary art school here in Jerusalem. I had the pleasure of first seeing her Untitled installation at the Musrara Mix Festival—an exhibit that displayed a collection of plaster vaginas…

Musrara Mix Tour: Terra Incognita

The MusraraMix Festival is an international multidisciplinary event that takes wplace in the borderline neighborhood of Musrara, initiated and produced by the NaggarMultidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Musrara. The festival is a hub of artistic and social happenings, embodying…

Open Call: HaCubia’s Salon of Painting

HaCubia's biannual Salon of Painting is back! HaCubia, a quaint contemporary art gallery and art school in Jerusalem, is ready for it's second biannual Salon of Painting, HaCubia Salon 2017—and the directors are holding an open call for artists to submit paintings for the exhibition!…

“Cindyrella”// awakening a legacy of feminist art at Barbur Gallery.

The ferocious, pink world of Cindyrella lies in the heart of Nachlaot, in Barbur gallery. This collaborative exhibition is not to be missed. Cindyrella features the stunning work of two very different female Israeli artists. The installation is based on the…

Yanai Segal // “Walkway”

Yanai Segal's "Walkway" is an invigorating,  mysterious exhibition  at The Jerusalem Artists' House . This is not only the chance to view a special talent; this exhibit also offers a unique artistic experience for the viewer. The site-specific installation turns the gallery space into a…