Tel Aviv museum cancels art restitution conference with Christie’s over $202m auction linked to Nazi fortune
The event was scheduled to mark the 25th anniversary of the Washington Principles, which helps guide the return of artwork looted during the Holocaust.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art partially closes in support of Israel's 'day of paralysis'
Israel's oldest art museum joins nationwide protests against government's contentious new laws, in what arts philanthropist Batia Ofer describes as a "fight for our democracy"
How a Nazi-looted painting entered an Israeli museum
Tel Aviv Museum of Art reveals surprising provenance of 19th-century work by Jozef Israëls, which will be restituted to Jewish owner’s heirs in October
Russian avant-garde forgery case spreads to Israel
After hundreds of works are seized in Germany, police swoop in Tel Aviv
Speech by Nir Barkat: Anselm Kiefer on Jerusalem and the Kabbalah
“What has been divided can be brought back together again—not in the form of a reunification, but in a way that we cannot yet define”
Disputed bronzes cast from plasters attributed to Degas on show in Tel Aviv
Although the plaster's provenance and the project's credibility are under scrutiny, a New York dealer has initiated an exhibition at the Museum of Art
Israel builds first monument to LGBTQ holocaust victims
Work is expected to start next month
Eco-warriors: in Tel Aviv a dangerous rubbish dump has inspired artists Vito Acconci, Cai Guo-Qiang, Mark Dion and others
“Hiriya in the museum” at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art consists of nineteen proposals for the rehabilitation of the site