Renowned for its blossoming cherry trees, countless shrines and temples, and traditional architecture, Kyoto is one of Japan’s top travel destinations. Its bountiful beauty has been captured in a seemingly
Graffiti artist and political activist Banksy has opened an "art hotel" in the West Bank. Each of its nine rooms overlook the wall the Israeli government built within and around the occupied West Bank.
OFRA, West Bank (Reuters) - Israeli police began removing settlers and hundreds of supporters on Tuesday from nine houses built illegally on privately owned Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank.
A visitor to Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors has damaged one of the Japanese artist’s signature pumpkins, days after her show opened in the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. Kusama’s
Iconic photographer and Dazed co-founder Rankin presents a selection from his vast catalogue at Berlin’s CWC Gallery. Recognised for his uncompromising, dynamic photography, chronicling the heady and rush
The artist, Vhils (aka Alexandre Farto), is known for his incredible, tactile murals carved literally into the walls of buildings. And we just can’t get enough of his work — it’s stunning. His transformative
Before the Warhol-owned loft on Great Jones Street and the scrawling canvas works, before the lens of the art world shifted onto the most prolific painter of the 80s, Jean-Michel Basquiat lived in the
Frank Brangwyn was an English former apprentice of William Morris, while Yoshijiro Urushibara was an expert Japanese woodblock artist. In the early part of the 20th century, they made prints together blended
A shot that Robert Doisneau took of two people kissing has become intrinsically related to Paris – and to romance. Agnès Poirier takes a closer look. It is one of the iconic photographs of the 20th Century,
Using photography, collage, tapestry, and video, Erin M. Riley, Leah Schrager, Alexa Meade, and more reveal the meanings of self-representation today. While some galleries celebrate the nesting of Instagram
By Devorah Manekin and Guy Grossman Last week, Israel’s parliament passed a law allowing the state to seize private Palestinian land on which Jewish settlements have been constructed and transfer it to
With each new settlement, the prospect of peace and the formation of a Palestinian state become even more unattainable. Israel is above international law, or so it seems. On December 23, the United Nations
Spineless world leaders have failed to implement international law, stopping the expansion of Israeli settlements Buttoned up against a biting wind, Khalil Tufakji, a 65-year-old Palestinian cartographer,
The Jan. 29 news article “Netanyahu’s talk of a ‘state-minus’ stumps diplomats” alleged, “For a generation, the Palestinian leadership in Ramallah has been very specific about what it wants: a sovereign
Bauerngarten, a 1907 landscape, is considered ‘one of the greatest works by the artist ever to appear at market’ A gorgeously colourful and joyous garden painting by Gustav Klimt is to be a highlight the