Set of 5 postcards featuring stunning cover designs from editions of Palestinian Affairs Magazine, published in exile during the 1970’s and early 1980’s . The covers were designed by Palestinian and non-Palestinian artists, and reflect the boldness of design and the spirit of internationalism of the era.
Written by Artists for Palestine UK. This is essential reading for anyone who cares about the arts and social justice. Readable, succinct, well-sourced and thoughtfully argued, The Case for a Cultural Boycott of Israel has answers to all the questions you’ve ever been asked, or are ever likely to be asked about a cultural boycott of Israel, in 64 pages. … Continue reading The Case for a Cultural Boycott of Israel
The uses and abuses of antisemitism in the 21st Century. An anthology by Jewish Voice for Peace, with a foreword by Judith Butler. ‘When the State of Israel claims to represent all Jewish people, defenders of Israeli policy redefine antisemitism to include criticism of Israel. Antisemitism is harmful and real in our society. What must also … Continue reading On Antisemitism – Solidarity and the Struggle for Justice
By Dave Randall. Published by Pluto Press. Musicians have often wanted to change the world, and many—from underground grime artists to mainstream pop icons—channel that desire through the political power of music. Music has a unique ability to unsettle the most fundamental political and social conventions—or, alternatively, to stabilize the status-quo. Sound System is the … Continue reading Sound System – The Political Power of Music
Edited by KAREEM ESTEFAN, CARIN KUONI, and LAURA RAICOVICH Published by OR books “The brilliant writers and debaters assembled here come at the issue from different angles, all from the central belief that art is never not political. In the end, they are less interested in arguing for or against tactics than they are in advocating an art … Continue reading Assuming Boycott – Resistance, Agency and Cultural Production