The exhibition of the Abu-Shakara family at Ein Harod makes a necessary correction to a family of artists who deserve to be part of the Israeli art canon but have not yet received the respect they deserve.
Thoughts On Art & Culture
The story of one painting that made history in the most expensive auction in history
The possibility of creating an image via a text prompt, raises new questions about the boundaries of art and its future. A post about Dall-e 2 and AI based art
Kehinde Wiley creates a paradigm shift through portraits, disrupting the historic representations of power. An interview
The 59th edition of the Venice Biennale is spectacular. Read about the main themes and major collateral exhibitions that must not be missed
The Sackler family, once respectable patrons are now personae non gratae in all cultural institutes. The Metropolitan Museum is the last to remove their names from their halls. On museums and donations in a world where ethical standards are changing
200 people gathered in Arad to participate in a nude installation by Spencer Tunick. Read my thoughts about the cynical criticism against the installation.
The rising wave of anti-Semitism in the USA and Europe and the attacks on Israel penetrate the global art world
A digital artwork sells for 69 million dollars. This is the new craze in the art world and it’s called NFT. What is an NFT? Why did it suddenly burst…
The art world in 2020 suffered a severe blow. Alongside the losses there were also gains. A summary of a very weird year in the art world.
Three years have passed since Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi 'became the most expensive painting in history and has since disappeared. The story of the painting, the doubts that arose after its sale and also its trajectory before the sale sound like a particularly creative Hollywood movie.
Art is struggling in this time of Covid-19, but its power and necessity are appearing in unexpected places, such as the US presidential campaign, as a beacon for values and morality.