Iranian art on display in JerusalemExhibition on Iranian contemporary art is currently on display at the Islamic museum in Jerusalem. Curator: Art can bring people together.
Painting a legacy: Brooklyn artist illustrates 613 mitzvotArchie Rand created one of the largest paintings in the world, 613 mitzvot, engages the text in dialogue rather than be subservient to it.
'Sherlock Holmes' of Art Restores Justice for Jewish FamiliesChristopher Marinello uses his legal skills to bring justice to the heirs of families whose art was stolen by the Nazis and others.
Joint Jewish-Arab Art Museum Opens in GalileeArt museum aims to transcend politics and national differences amidst height of conflict over art and censure.
Israeli Sculptor Menashe Kadishman Dies at 82Menashe Kadishman, who received the Israel Prize for sculpture in 1995, dies at Tel Hashomer Hospital.
Jewish Art Collectors' Haul Up for Auction at $50MSonnabend collection includes some of the 20th Century's finest artists.
Gaza Man Demands 'Refund' After Selling Banksy Door Too CheapA Gaza Arab claims that a local artist “duped” him into selling an “original Banksy” for NIS 700, when it is likely worth much more.
Jewish Heirs Sue Germany to Return Nazi-Looted TreasureHeirs of Jewish art dealers, forced by Nazis to sell Guelph Treasure of church relics, demand justice.
Paris: Muslim Street Artist Beaten for 'Coexistence' MuralWell-known Muslim street artist beaten in Paris, reportedly by Muslim attackers - after he rallies for interfaith understanding.
Defeating 'Ugly' ISIS With ShoesZippers, shoelaces and trash - these are the weapons of a Baghdad artist and professor, whose personal battle is to embarrass the jihadists.
'Talit Panties' at Offensive College Art ExhibitSapir College has already raised anger with 'slaughter the Jew' hamsa - now its exhibit has underwear made out of Jewish ritual objects.
Watch: Protest at 'Slaughter the Jew' College Art ExhibitControversial display of Jewish art transformed into inciteful screed torpedoed as man accuses it of 'spitting' on dead soldiers.
Sapir College's Exhibit 'Incites People to Murder Jews'Jewish Home candidate Ronen Shoval files police complaint against Sapir College for displaying artwork with expression 'Kill the Jews.'
London Rembrandt Exhibition to Include Jewish, Biblical ThemesPaintings featured at National Gallery include 'Jewish Bride' and depiction of David and Batsheva.
300 Masterpieces from France Set for Louvre Abu DhabiThe exhibit in the new museum includes a Jewish Torah from Yemen. Museum is to open in December 2015.
Paintings Stolen from Russian Jewish MuseumFive works of Russian Jewish painter Isaac Levitan stolen; haul worth over $2 million.
PA To Show Pope Art of Jesus as 'Suffering Palestinian'PA-commissioned art exhibit will be displayed in Bethlehem for pope's visit, mixing classic Christian art with 'Palestinian suffering.'
Jewish Group Calls for Publication of Newest 'Nazi Art Trove'Jewish advocates call for the publication of newly found artworks at the home of an elderly German recluse.
WJC Head: Germany Needs Law for Nazi-Looted ArtGermany must introduce a law specifically aimed at facilitating the return of Nazi-looted art, says Ronald Lauder.
Tel Aviv Exhibit Aids IDF's Budding ArtistsAssociation for the Wellbeing of Israel's Soldiers project offers gifted young Israeli artists a head-start after leaving the military.
Switzerland: High Price for Legal Fees in Nazi Art LawsuitEuropean probes into art taken from Jews during the rise of Nazi Germany continues; Swiss museum wins case, only to pay hefty legal fees.
Germany: Some of Looted Art Trove May be Returned to Munich ManSome paintings in an art trove looted by the Nazis may be returned to the Munich man in whose apartment they were discovered.
Experts: It Won't be Easy to Track Owners of Looted ArtIdentifying the rightful owners of a vast trove of art looted by the Nazis will be an enormous task, say experts.
Switzerland: Found Artworks Not 'Looted', Bought LegitimatelySwiss gallery denies involvement with German art collector found to be holding some 1500 artworks looted by Nazis during Holocaust
Germany Finds 1,500 Paintings Stolen by NazisNearly 1,500 priceless paintings that were stolen by the Nazis have been discovered in a flat in Munich.
Probe: Dutch Museum Artworks May Be From Nazi TheftA probe of the Netherlands' museums reveals 139 possible cases of Nazi-looted artworks
Samaria as You've Never Seen It on DisplayPaintings by physicist and electro-optic engineer David Fish on exhibit at Modiin show the less-familiar side of Shomron.
Stories of the Bereaved Became Works of ArtThe "Longing for a Hug" art exhibition gives a voice to bereaved Israeli children sending a message of "loving and living."
Abandoned in an Arab MarketSince its inception, Emunah College has been pioneer in award winning work in educating religious young women in Torah and the arts
400 Demonstrate in Paris Against Suicide Bomber ExhibitSome 400 people took to the streets of Paris to demonstrate against a photo exhibition which glorifies Arab suicide bombers.
Lego Art Comes to Israel‘Art of the Brick’ Lego exhibit comes to Israel. Arutz Sheva talks to the artist behind the phenomenon.
Outraged Paris Jews Protest Arab Suicide Bomber ExhibitOutraged French Jews are set to protest over a government-funded Paris museum exhibit glorifying suicide bombers.
"Landscapes of Judea and Samaria" Exhibit at Jerusalem TheaterArtist: "These are the natural landscapes within which we have built our lives, the sheep grazing in fields so evocative of the Bible..."
Drawings from Nazi Camp Displayed at Berlin MuseumSecret drawings and sketches that a Czech artist produced and kept hidden from his Nazi captors go on display at the Jewish Museum.
Latvia Opens Museum Dedicated to Jewish PainterA museum dedicated to painter Mark Rothko opens in his Latvian hometown, a century after he left and found fame in the U.S.
German Museum Returns Art Looted by NazisA German museum for the first time on Tuesday returned a painting despoiled by the Nazis to the estate of a late German Jewish art dealer.
Nefesh B'Nefesh Launches First Art Exhibit of New OlimNefesh B’Nefesh and the Ort Braude Academic College have launched an art exhibition to display the creative talents of Western Olim.
Dutch 'Artwork' Vilifying IDF Just in Time for HolidaysDutch artwork, which deliberately vilifies the IDF, attempts to garner international sympathy through artistic expression.
Heirs Demand Nazi-Looted Painting Include History in ExhibitHeirs of German Jew claim auction painting was looted by Nazis, insist that exhibit at Museum of Modern Art explain its history.
Secret Iranian Art Collection Includes Works of Israeli IconAn Iranian art collection, being partially displayed at Tehran’s Museum of Contemporary Art, includes works by Jewish and Israeli artists.
Are Human Organs as 'Artwork' in Bad Taste? High Court to DecideA Tel Aviv show where human organs are on display may not be illegal, but is in very poor taste, a court petition says.
High-End Hassidic Art Gallery Opens in BrooklynThe highest-end Hassidic art gallery in the world opens Thursday with an exhibition by renowned artist Itshak Holtz in Brooklyn, NY.
Orthodox Jewish Student 'Doodles for Google'Johanna Robinson, 11-year-old student at orthodox Jewish day school in Maryland, is finalist for Google’s annual “Doodle 4 Google” contest.
The Ugly Truth Behind Beautiful ArtThe Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Gertrude Stein exhibit will be amended to include mention of her Nazi sympathies.
First Competition for Ilana Elovic Prize at Bezalel Art AcademyA new $20,000 art prize has been launched to honor the memory of self-taught Israeli-American artist Ilana Elovic.
A Hanukkah Treasure: The Safran Dreidel CollectionRabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran shares another look at one of loveliest and largest dreidel collections in the world with Arutz Sheva's readers.
PA Artist Destroys Lacoste Elysee Prize CompetitionA Palestinian Authority artist has managed to destroy corporate support for a major international art competition and exhibition.
"Young Judea" Artists Join Immigrant Art Workshop & ExhibitionRising in Art 2011, now on display in Bat Yam, features work of new immigrants as well as participants in Young Judea's arts track.
Livnat: For Some Zionism has Become a 'Dirty Word'Minister Livnat expressed dismay that many believe 'Zionism' is a dirty word after artitsts complain over a Zionist art contest.
Art Brings Color and Life to the Jerusalem MarketJerusalem's famous Machane Yehuda Market has been transformed into a huge urban art display. The market inspired the art.
Biblical Art Exhibit Near the Tomb of Mother RochelOil paintings by the Ellen Lapidus Stern at Beit Bnei Rachel, adjacent to the Tomb of Rachel.