September 24 - November 5
Biennale 2015 further emphasized the idea of combining the contemporary with the Jewish and challenged curators and artists to integrate relevant issues from current Jewish discourse in their exhibitions and artworks.
Nearly 200 participating artists, half of them from outside Israel and among them leading artists like Sigalit Landau, Motti Mizrachi, Pablo Lobato, Andi Arnovitz and Maya Zack, participated in Biennale 2015.
7 venues around Jerusalem's center, including the iconic Tower of David Museum and the prestigious Van Leer Research institution, hosted 10 core exhibitions. 3 more venues hosted collateral events.
Unprecedented media coverage included an item in the New York Times and five articles in the Jerusalem Post.
The Biennale saw more than 10,000 independent visitors and dozens of organized groups.
26 partner institutes and organizations, as well as hundreds of individuals, were closely involved with the production.
The Biennale was invited to exhibit a selection of the works from Biennale2015 as part of the JFN annual conference in San Diego in April 2016.