“Cry, the beloved country,” a showcase of Gil Mualem-Doron’s work from 2013 onward, is a critical look at the Israeli government’s practices and the consequences on both the Palestinian and Israeli people.
Artists are responding to Israel’s annexation threat by producing posters in solidarity with Palestine. Here is a collection of 20 images from protests around the world curated by the Palestine Poster Project Archives.
Every Fall architecturally distinct buildings and grounds in Jerusalem treat the public to free tours as part of Open House Jerusalem. This year, for the first time, the festival was protested after it promoted guided tours at a site in the West Bank and programs in Jerusalem run by a settler organization.
Artist Katie Miranda has done two versions of a Palestinian Pieta, a representation of compassion, in a Palestinian mother cradling the body of her slain son. Her paintings go on display at the Jerusalem Fund gallery in Washington on October 11.
The Museum of the Palestinian People in Washington DC exhibits Palestinians from refugee camps, Israel, Gaza, the U.S. and Canada. “Having the museum open was not something easy to be done, especially with financial challenges and starting a space in DC, collecting items to exhibit. It takes courage to do that,” says museum curator Nada Odeh.