An ambitious exhibition at the Institut du Monde Arabe looks at the role of the famous waterway in Egypt and beyond
An exhibition that takes the Agadir earthquake of 1960 as its starting point is well framed in the brutalist surrounds of the Barbican
This ambitious exhibition at London’s Science Museum marks 70 years of Indian independence
Latif Al Ani’s beautifully framed photographs provide a moving, modern picture of Iraq
These responses to the tumultuous history of the Arab world contain a surprising amount of hope
With the Istanbul Biennial comes a host of exciting satellite exhibitions around the city
Could virtual tours of artworks change the way we experience art – and is this technological approach worth welcoming?
The Israel Museum’s inquiry into the idea of home is full of surreal surprises
The Israel Antiquities Authority’s move from the Rockefeller Museum in East Jerusalem to a purpose-built campus in the West has revived disputes about preserving the country’s cultural heritage
Weeks after Eran Neuman took up the directorship, he left. What’s going on at the Israel Museum?
The artist’s meditative new film reveals how, in the midst of cyclical violence, objects and humans continue to drift
One of the holiest sites in Christianity has reopened in time for Easter
Is the street artist’s hotel in Palestine a tourist-led gimmick or a strong political statement?