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David Reeb: Painting Bilin and elsewhere
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Simon Faulkner [2008-10-22 17:31:20] "...Testing the binaries between politics and aesthetics, lens-based media and painting, and political relevance and irrelevance. ..."
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The Site-Specific Art School
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Larry Abramson [2008-09-22 16:48:27] "...Translation from Maarav's latest issue in Hebrew, "Reeducation"..."
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Brownie comes home
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Claudia Liebelt [2008-02-04 19:22:26] "...Brownie the popular giraffe from Peter Friedl's work "Zoo Story" that was exhibited at the Documenta 12 returns to his humble home in Qalkiliya, Palestine...."
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Ambiguous Ambiguity
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Charlotte Misselwitz [2007-10-26 21:39:03] "...The Liminal Spaces Artists exhibited at Documenta 12 expose deeper layers of art dealing with Middle East politics..."
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Temporary Artistic Zones
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Lea Mauas, Diego Rotman [2007-10-17 01:18:04] "...Developing Independent Artistic Practices in Jerusalem..."
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Watchmen Still on Trial
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Daniel "Mobius" Sieradski [2007-10-08 01:29:11] "...Watchmen is a video work shot through the Tel Aviv Museums security surveillance cameras. The artists who shot it face an absurd and costly legal battle, sued by a museum that will do anything to bury this art work and them..."
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 You can do or say almost anything, but whos listening?
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Yael Berda and Ronen Eidelman [2007-09-11 20:02:40] "......"
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Global ear on Jerusalem
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Eran Sachs [2007-02-05 22:43:57] "...Unpopular popular Music in Israel from Death Metal to Avantgarde..."
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Forbidden Games
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Eyal Danon and Galit Eilat [2006-12-28 19:16:53] "...The exhibition "Forbidden Games" features video games written and distributed independent of the entertainment industry by activist media, academies and ideological groups, as a tool for addressing political and social issues...."
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A Broken Vessel
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Ami Steinitz [2006-08-31 18:51:43] "...The censorship by the Tel Aviv Museum of Art indicates a right-wing deviation in cultural politics, and Prof. Omers very efforts to avoid being identified as political at all place him with the cultural right-wing. A few notes on the Tel Aviv Museum of A..."
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