The curator, writer, and teacher’s memoir winds its way through his four-decade career, arriving, geographically and conceptually, back where he started.
An exhibition at LA’s Skirball Cultural Center chronicles three women’s decades-long struggle to reclaim a family painting seized by the Nazis.
The free, week-long event kicks off on November 12 at Lower Manhattan’s Jewish Heritage Museum.
Amy Kurzweil’s graphic memoir reproduces her grandparents’ letters, paintings, and documents.
Writer Chava Shapiro’s Jewish Zine Archive spans dozens of rare publications collected over two decades.
Artist Nick F sees tattoos as a way to “mark our bodies as a holy place and create a clear sign of our commitment and pride of our Jewishness.”
All the little things we buy that look simple come from somewhere thanks to a series of interlocking, complex chains and sequences.
The restored Eldridge Street Synagogue has made it possible for neighbors and visitors from diverse cultures to find themselves at home.
Izzy Pludwinski’s new book looks at the evolution of Hebrew calligraphy, from sacred scrolls through modern art and graffiti.
Artist and author Tom Haviv dreams of a one-state solution for the Israel-Palestinian conflict, Jewish-Muslim solidarity, and harmony between Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews.
The photographer illuminates a chapter of Jewish history that, until recently, has been obscured by scholars.
The Fordham exhibition spotlights centuries of hierarchical structures designed to dehumanize Black and Jewish people and question their right to be equal citizens.