October 16, 2020
#CreativityWillSaveUs - Creating hope in South Africa by Aron Halevi
Aron Halevi is a multi-award winning musician based in Cape Town, South Africa. In this feature, Aron shares his motivation and process to create #BecauseWeAre - a song and music video featuring an unprecedented collaboration of 30 of South Africa’s most diverse and influential musicians spanning ...
October 12, 2020
Shelter in Place, Adam W. McKinney
Asylum Arts has long believed that the voices of artists are an important aspect of meaningful social change, even more so in this challenging moment in our world. As part of that commitment, we are very pleased to partner with The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education on Shelter i...
August 25, 2020
Time Between by Marc Shoul

Marc Shoul’s photographic series ‘Time Between’ documents his travels through his hometown of Johannesburg in South Africa as the pandemic brings the country to a halt, and his efforts to find resilience and hope in beyond the despair and disarray the pandemic ensued.

 

"The Storm Is Upon U...
August 17, 2020
Part 3 - Refusing Self-Censorship in Jerusalem: The Case of Barbur Gallery By Abraham Kritzman

In a special 3-part series, Asylum alum Abraham Kritzman, an artist and Barbur Gallery’s curator, talks about the gallery’s work, the attacks against it, and the team's plans for the future, as they await the results of their appeal to Israel’s Supreme Court, and prepare to resume their operat...

August 12, 2020
The Practice of Gardening by Meital Katz Minerbo
Meital Katz Minerbo’s solo exhibition “I Am Rooted, But I Flow” is on view through August 22, 2020, at P8 Gallery (Tel Aviv). In this feature, Meital shares with us how the practice of designing gardens creates events where the public and private spheres can co-exist, and how they become tools...

Shelter in Place, Adam W. McKinney

Time Between by Marc Shoul

Part 3 - Refusing Self-Censorship in Jerusalem: The Case of Barbur Gallery By Abraham Kritzman