Posts Tagged ‘Photography

Faces: Weaving Indian Jewish Narratives by Siona Benjamin from gregory wendt on Vimeo. Accomplished painter and Fulbright scholar Siona Benjamin was given the opportunity to further explore her Jewish and Indian roots this year, culminating in an exhibition now on view in Mumbai. Says the artist, “The Fulbright experience has transformed my research, art and […]

The Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art provides a stage for the creative forces that are active today and relate, in one way or another, to the Jewish world of content. Once every two years, all those interested in art, Judaism or both, will gather from around the world to enjoy a wide range of […]

Rome-born photojournalist Federica Valabrega has spent the last several years traveling the world photographing the unseen side of Orthodox women’s lives for her series Bat Melech (Daughters of the King). As she winds down her time in New York, Jewish News One caught up with her for a filmed interview where she discusses the project, […]

Eliyahu Alpern, Mayim Hayim, http://golem.ws/mayimhayim.html Tonight and tomorrow are the 9th of Av, the day of fasting and mourning over the destruction of the 1st and 2nd Temples and other tragedies in our collective history. Most people don’t know that according to sources in the Talmud and Tanach, this day of solemn sadness will turn […]

An informal Salon evening where artists can share their work in a friendly atmosphere and receive feedback. Salon Evenings: April 21 and May 19, 2013 7:30-9:30pm 542 W 112th St, Apt 4K New York, NY RSVP by April 14: [email protected] Friends are extremely welcome, and anyone who is interested in coming as a participant or […]

By Jessica White, Vienna Efraim Moskovics is a photographer who challenges form and structure in a peaceful and non-threatening way. He takes familiar rituals and traditions in Judaism, to look at them in abstraction, from a different viewpoint, one that is contemporary and full of rich influences from literature, film and contemporary art. In doing so, he reveals what is within a community, […]

Haggadot.com invites Jewish artists of any medium to share their work in the world’s largest online, collaborative Haggadah. To submit, visit Haggadot.com and create an account. Upload any Passover-related artwork, writings or even audio / video files. Contributors may also include a bio, photo, and links to their personal websites.

The International Jewish Artist of the Year Award (IJAYA) is one of the most prestigious international event of its kind showcasing artists from around the world at the Ben Uri Gallery in London, England. Standards are high with over 500 submissions from 18 countries across the world expected to submit. Artists selected for the final exhibition will […]

October 27-December 30, 2011 Opening on Sunday, October 30th Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy Kling & Niman Family Visitor Center 400 Grand Street (At Clinton Street) New York, NY www.lesjc.org

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Leadership. Power. New generations. The Jewish world. PresenTense Magazine is searching for innovative artists whose work we can showcase in our upcoming Leadership issue exploring these topics and more! We are an all-volunteer network of hundreds of creative young Jews around the world producing an in-print Magazine, and would love the opportunity to get your artwork […]


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