November 21, 2017
Reciprocity: LA Artist Retreat

Horses, goats, fish, chickens, bows and arrows – it was all pretty unusual, even for an Asylum Arts Retreat. We were so pleased to return to American Jewish University’s Brandeis Bardin Campus for a second edition of Reciprocity: LA Artist Retreat, and those of us back in Brooklyn are already mi...

November 3, 2017
The Lulav by David Freeman

The Jewish holiday of Sukkot is a weeklong celebration of the harvest season and commemorates the protection God provided for the Jewish people once they left Egypt. It’s a big one.

Growing up in a modern orthodox community in the suburbs of New Jersey, I spent my early days in yeshiva (Jewish da...

October 30, 2017
Yael Meiry, Rightgendered

Asylum artist Yael Meiry’s first solo exhibition, Rightgendered, curated by Galia Gur Zeev, was featured at Gallery 4 in Jaffa-Tel Aviv throughout August and September 2017.

            "How would you react when you are misgendered?’ they ask.
            I wonder how I would...
October 4, 2017
Between Beauty, Memory and Form, 2017

Asylum alumni, Keren Anavy & Tal Frank presented their collaborative exhibition, "Between Beauty, Memory and Form, 2017", at Feria Universitaria del Libro, Autonomous University of Hidalgo State in Mexico this past August. This project is under development for a much larger exhibition to be held in ...

September 18, 2017
Dreams and Dramas by Samantha Adler

Samantha Adler is the assistant curator for the largest exhibition of Israeli contemporary art ever presented in the Baltic States, Dreams and Dramas, opening Oct. 6 in Riga, Latvia. Curated by Roy Brand, it will also feature work from Asylum Alumni Eitan Ben Moshe, Erez Israeli and Sagit Mezamer.


Suddenly, A Knock on the Door by Zvi Sahar

Part and Inheritance

Voices of a New Israel by Alejandro Cohen