Staring Back at the Sun
Staring Back at the Sun: Video Art from Israel, 1970-2012, traces the development of contemporary video practice in Israel and highlights work by artists who take an incisive, critical perspective towards the cultural and political landscape in Israel and beyond.
June 1–30, 2018
Roey Victoria Heifetz Residency at 18th Street Arts Center
June 1–July 8, 2018
Out of Thin Air
A public art installation by Sari Carel that amplifies the experience of breath and breathlessness associated with issues of respiratory illness, air quality, and environmental injustice in New York City.
April 20–July 16, 2018
For her biggest exhibition to date in Europe, Naama Tsabar will present three evolving bodies of work - Work On Felt, Barricade and Transition - that examine human sociality, behavior and the underlying role of intimacy and performativity.
May 1–July 31, 2018
Fatma Shanan Residency at Residency Unlimited
May 16–August 10, 2018
Adam Liam Rose Residency at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art
April 26–September 2, 2018
Eva and Emerick
Yael Efrati's most comprehensive solo exhibition to date.
April 1–September 25, 2018
Lihi Turjeman Residency at NARS Foundation
January 1–December 31, 2018
Agency for Legal Imagination: An annual program of exhibitions and events about law and art
A yearlong exhibition and public program series, curated by Avi Feldman, that explores existing and imagined relations between law and art.
June 27–July 11, 2018
Michelle Gevint Residency at MASS MoCA
June 28–October 21, 2018
Vos désirs sont les nôtres
A group exhibition that explores flesh as a contact zone.
June 28, 2018, 7:00pm
Case in Point: The Outskirts – Art and the Provincialist Mindset
A “Case in Point” Series Event by Artis.
July 1–31, 2018
Tal Amitai-Lavi Residency at The Fountainhead
July 5–August 16, 2018
Shiri Rozenberg Residency at Pioneer Works
September 6–November 4, 2018
New York-based Israeli artist Mika Rottenberg will present her first solo exhibition in London for the inaugural show at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art.
November 9–December 15, 2019
Radical Link: Return/Asylum
Michal Heiman’s project "Radical Link: Return/Asylum" envisions the political, cultural, gendered, and psychic conditions of asylum-seekers.
April 26–June 2, 2018
For her first solo exhibition in London, Shelly Nadashi will present a new video filmed in urban locations in Singapore.
May 10–12, 2018
As Much As You Want: A performative psychological experiment by Einat Amir and Yossi Hasson
Participatory performance combined with a real time psychological research as part of a long-term collaboration with the Emotion in Conflict lab at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel.