June 18, 2018
Belongings by Tamar Latzman

Tamar Latzman talks about her most recent exhibition, Belongings, now showing at The Israeli Center for Digital Art until September 1, 2018. Curated by Udi Edelman. This project was supported by Asylum’s Small Grants Program.

In Belongings, I traced the ethnographic travels and findings of S. An-...

June 15, 2018
Unreasonable Doubt by Yaara Zach

Yaara Zach talks about Unreasonable Doubt, a solo exhibition that is currently being exhibited at the Petach Tikva Museum of Art in Israel. Showing until September 29, 2018 and curated by Hadas Maor. This project was proudly supported by our Small Grants Program.

It wasn’t the thought of a specif...

June 11, 2018
Textured (Hi)Stories by Adi Liraz

Featured artist, Adi Liraz, tells the story of her Greek origins, and the inspiration behind her newest project, “Textured (Hi)Stories”, currently on display at the Kappatos Gallery in Athens.

In the beginning of May, 2018, I arrived in Athens, Greece to install and perform a durational work as...

May 21, 2018
Pathways to Freedom by Julia Vogl

Julia Vogl shares her project, Pathways to Freedom, which started with an Asylum Arts small grant and was commissioned by the Jewish Arts Collaborative in Boston. The installation was displayed at the Civil War monument in Boston Common through May 13.

My Great Aunt was a refugee in her own country...

May 14, 2018
Special Announcement: The Exit by Dana Sederowsky

Our new Nordic Alum, Dana Sederowsky, talks about her participation in a group exhibition in the capital city of Tbilisi, Georgia, in which she presented a video performance. The exhibition will be up at the Zurab Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art until May 28. 

I started a video performance project...

Belongings by Tamar Latzman

Unreasonable Doubt by Yaara Zach

Pathways to Freedom by Julia Vogl