Rosler is not expecting art to end wars or change policy, but she wants to make the viewer pay attention to both in the first place.
After investigating sexual harassment allegations recently brought forth by staff members, the Jewish Museum announced today that it has ended its relationship with Hoffmann.
The institution has suspended all current projects with Hoffmann, who served as its director of special exhibitions and public programs.
A half-Italian, half-French Sephardic Jew, Modigliani was a cultural mixed bag from the get-go.
Benjamin’s gargantuan Arcades Project brims with philosophical propositions, poetic digressions, lyrical aphorisms, and experimental theses.
Unorthodox, which addresses how art today might embrace the kind of complexity we demand from politics and history, is a large catalogue of paradoxes, or, in more material terms, of objects whose cultural significance is still ambiguous.
The Jewish Museum’s The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film examines the beginnings of Soviet Russia, positing that the period from 1921 to 1932 was one of avant-garde artistic experimentation, a time when photographers and filmmakers (many of them Jewish) imagined their craft to be as radical as the social changes it reflected.
The Jewish Museum invites you to The Wind Up, an after-hours event featuring art, live music, activities, and an open bar, on Thursday, June 25, from 8–11pm.
The German artist Charline von Heyl’s current show, Dusseldörf, currently on view at Petzel’s new uptown gallery, presents a group of von Heyl’s early collages and paintings from 1990–1995.
Let’s face it: there’s Brooklyn, and then there’s the rest of New York City. (Sorry, rest of New York City!)
The Jewish Museum will host an evening roundtable discussion on Thursday, June 19, in connection with Other Primary Structures, its current exhibition surveying 1960s-era Minimal sculpture from a global perspective.
The problem of Art Spiegelman’s Co-Mix: A Retrospective is that its current showing, at the Jewish Museum in New York, is its only stop in the United States.