March 2020

March 30, 2020
Progressive Music Makers & Communities in the Tel-Aviv/MENA region by Alejandro Cohen
Alejandro Cohen is a musician and a founding member of dublab, a non-profit radio station based in Los Angeles. dublab is a platform for discovery and the cultivation of next-wave music, arts and culture. In this article, Alejandro shares with us the process that led to the creation of a series of I...
March 17, 2020
Music Business for Uncompromising Artists Workshop
We know it's been a rough time for artists and we are trying some online offerings to learn new skills and gather digitally while we are all inside. For the first one, we are partnering with Jon Madof and Chant Records to present Music Business For Uncompromising Artists.
 
The free, two-part onl...
March 11, 2020
Call My Name by Tal Yerushalmi
Asylum Alum Tal Yerushalmi reflects on her most recent solo exhibition, "Call My Name" which was on display at Maya Gallery in Tel Aviv in February 2020. In this article, she’s asking what yields a painting to become and take its final shape? What are the forces that make an image emerge?
 
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March 4, 2020
The Immigrant Artist Biennial (TIAB) 2020: Here, Together! by Katya Grokhovsky
Katya Grokhovsky is a NYC based artist, independent curator, and educator, born in Ukraine and raised in Australia. Katya is a Founding Artistic Director of The Immigrant Artist Biennial (TIAB) and Feminist Urgent (FU). In this article, Katya shares with us what motivated her to start TIAB, the work...
March 2, 2020
Shomer by Dor Zlekha Levy
Asylum Alum Dor Zlekha Levy’s works are inspired by the history and the cultural heritage of Arab Jewry. In his latest exhibition, “Shomer,” which was held at Hamidrasha Gallery (Tel Aviv) in September 2019, he explored the gap between real-life experience and mere memory by reconstructing a s...

Part 2 - Refusing Self-Censorship in Jerusalem: The Case of Barbur Gallery By Abraham Kritzman

Refusing Self-Censorship in Jerusalem: The Case of Barbur Gallery By Abraham Kritzman

Jewish Folk in a Different World by Edo Hayek