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Palestine

Screening as part of the London Palestine Film Festival, recent archival research is uncovering important films once thought lost forever

By Nathan Geyer
Dheisheh Refugee Camp, Bethleham, c. 1950-1970. Courtesy: Getty Images

How to handle ‘refugee heritage’ from an architectural perspective

By Suzanne Harris-Brandts

The image of a young shirtless protester clutching a Palestinian flag drew art-historical comparisons on Twitter

Locals dispute the Israeli military’s claim that the building served as a headquarters for Hamas security forces

The headquarters of the A.M. Qattan foundation in Ramallah, providing new studios and galleries, aspires to be a symbol

In further news: white supremacist vandals attack Rothko Chapel; Israeli minister bans art produced in solidarity with Palestinian victims

Jordan Nassar embroidering in his studio, New York City, 2018

Frieze Fairs - 20 Apr 2018

Jordan Nassar describes how his presentation in Frame at Frieze New York 2018 unites craft and national consciousness

Yasser Murtaja, who worked with the artists, was shot dead by Israeli sniper fire while covering clashes at the Gaza-Israel border

Healing Arts Initiative shuts down, W.A.G.E. challenges the New Museum and Grazer Kunstverein appoints a new artistic director

Emily Jacir, AP 3852 from ex libris, 2014,  painted mural, 7 × 15 m. Courtesy Alexander and Bonin, New York; photograph: Joerg Lohse

From Hans Haacke’s 1993 exhibition ‘Germania’ through the works of the Palestinian writers Mahmoud Darwish and Wael Zuaiter to th

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
The Incidental Insurgents: The Part about the Bandits, 2012, video still. Courtesy: the artists.

A portrait of the West Bank that fuses fact and fiction

By Katya García-Antón
Khalil Rabah, Biproduct, 2010,  painting of an aircraft  carrier, in the shape of the Gaza Strip, transformed into a farm

Artistic responses to the question of Palestine

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie