Antisemitism

Documenta's director steps down over antisemitism scandal

Sabine Schormann's decision to resign as head of the Kassel exhibition was supported by a number of leading German politicians

Documenta will now come under greater government control in light of fresh antisemitism accusations, Germany's culture minister says

Jewish groups call for the exhibition director's dismissal following removal of controversial banner work by Indonesian collective Taring Padi

Documenta 15: why is the show so scandalous?

Plus, the Warhol-Prince copyright dispute, and Juan Muñoz at Spain’s Centro Botin

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A bold Berlin Biennale proves it is not afraid to address some of Germany's most charged issues: colonialism, climate change and Israel

The exhibition's 12th edition, curated by artist Kader Attia, is perhaps its most explicitly political to date

As Documenta's antisemitism row 'spirals out of control', vandals attack exhibition space of pro-Palestine artist group

A building in Kassel was graffitied with threatening words in what is being considered a politically motivated incident

Museums unite to fight near record levels of antisemitism

A recent symposium in New York looked at how institutions can come up with new and innovative strategies for countering misinformation

Israelnews

Manchester gallery accused of provoking racial discord over exhibition on environmental effects of Israel-Palestine conflict

Cloud Studies by Forensic Architecture on show at the Whitworth Gallery has been criticised by the UK Lawyers for Israel