These summer photos on the Dead Sea will help cure your seasonal depression
Photographer Cait Oppermann captures the transient beauty of the water’s edge.
a taylor swift stan went to prison for refusing to join the israeli army
Apparently, being a Swiftie means you now also stand against the Israeli occupation of Palestine.
a photographic story of a family's journey from sudan to tel aviv as refugees
Alan and his brothers are refugees from Sudan, trying to create a new life in a new land.
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this israeli streetwear brand is calling for freedom in the west bank
ADISH designers Amit Luzon and Eyal Eliyahu are unable to visit their own West Bank production centers, relying on Palestinian taxi drivers to shuttle their collections across borders.
florida is trying to ban lorde's concerts
Citing a law that prohibits business with anyone engaged in a boycott of Israel.
the youth of tel aviv doing it their way
“What makes these people stand out is that they have chosen to go against the grain and be themselves,” says photographer Danny Lowe.
vic mensa pens a moving essay on palestine and racism in america
The rapper ties human rights abuses in Palestine to racist attitudes he’s experienced at home.
over 100 artists signed a letter supporting lorde’s decision to cancel israel concert
“We deplore the bullying tactics being used to defend injustice against Palestinians and to suppress an artist’s freedom of conscience. We support Lorde’s right to take a stand.”
sex, religion, and bdsm in the holy land
Israeli designer Eliran Nargassi melds his complicated relationship with sexuality and religion to create a glimpse of harmony in a world of tension.
discovering sparks, the mysterious band who count morrissey and sonic youth as fans
Meet the filmmaker who set out on a pilgrimage to meet this band's most dedicated and eccentric fans for his film, 'Never Turn Your Back on Sparks.'
exploring the pain of religious exile with a camera
Bar Mayer explores her rejection of Ultra-Orthodox Judaism by photographing the vulnerability of others who have abandoned belief.
dafy hagai's dreamy photographs of israeli teens
Tel Aviv-based photographer Dafy Hagai, a member of Petra Collins’ art collective The Ardorous, discusses her new book.