Through monumental art, Sigalit Landau hopes to change the Middle East.
An encounter with black and white suggests what is meant to be seen is sans color.
Tal R’s Natten, captures the moment we fear but need the most.
Raymond Pettibon’s oeuvre is a speeding train car off its rails.
An interactive album is changing the way we experience music.
A cast of actors is assembled to do the unexpected.
The poignancy of Karam Natour’s digital drawings.
Unifying the city’s artists, musicians, producers and nightlife impresarios is Ghostown, a collective formed in 2011 by a cast of Haifa locals.
Fatma Shanan’s large scale oil paintings of traditional rugs depict a connection to customary symbols as well as carving out space for modern dialogue.