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.
As we rode home from Glämsta, the 115-year old Jewish summer camp in the Stockholm archipelago, the back of the bus erupted in song. We moved through the Yiddish songs that we had learned together from some of the artists into some Glämsta tunes that our Swedish colleagues had learned as children....
Ildi Hermann talks about her most recent installation, Missing Stories, a project which began 3 years ago and was proudly supported by Asylum’s small grants program.
The idea of this project was born out of my own missed opportunity. The stories I never asked nor heard about from my grandmother w...
Alexandra Ben-Abba’s series of table settings and interactive meals expresses conflicts through everyday experiences. This past February she traveled to Vienna for her project, What’s on Your Plate, which was supported by Asylum’s Small Grants. The project was a series of workshops she ran for...
Shay Zilberman talks about his newest exhibition, which was on display at Tel Aviv Artists’ Studios in February 2018. This project was proudly supported by Asylum’s Small Grants.
The exhibition “Men Gaze at Water” has its roots in a collection of photographs in which men are seen observin...
And a River Went out of Eden by Maayan Elyakim
Belongings by Tamar Latzman
Unreasonable Doubt by Yaara Zach
News ArchiveSeptember 2017