‘Ignoring the rules feels more right to me, but I know that if everyone did that the army would disintegrate’
- 15 October, 2017 Welcome to Louise Bourgeois’ wonderful nightmare A Louise Bourgeois exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum is an invitation to enter a stifling, oppressive world – but a wonderful one, for all that
- 1 October, 2017 Tel Aviv’s architectural Brutalism: ugly, hated, but glad to be gray The city's planners didn't aim for the look to be pleasing, but rather to reflect the truth. A new book about Tel Aviv's Brutalist buildings seeks to raise awareness of the architectural values and the local context on which the city was built
- 8 October, 2017 ‘How does a cultural institution exist in a climate that censors culture?’ Doron Rabina, the new chief curator of Tel Aviv Museum of Art, poses the question – and answers it – in an interview in which he lays out his vision, evaluates the impact of the Culture Ministry and blasts blatant 'political art'
- 20 September, 2017 Morrissey dedicates two songs to Israel on new album The singer has made a number of appearances in Israel in recent years and was even presented with a key to Tel Aviv during his last visit
- 26 September, 2017 Rothschild Tower is a cut above the rest in Tel Aviv Architect Richard Meier’s 39-story luxury residential tower on the corner of Rothschild and Allenby is a stunning success that considers the city’s residents as well as those living in the building