Generation D: Identities

6 Dec

Tues Dec 14
Flomenhaft Gallery Annex
547 W.27th St Suite 528, NYC (Chelsea)

Curated by Elke Reva Sudin and Julian Voloj
Curatorial Advisor: Yona Verwer
Presented by the Jewish Art Salon, Be’chol Lashon, and the Flomenhaft Gallery
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Who is a Jew and what is typically Jewish? In an increasingly diverse American society, American Judaism presents itself in many different forms, and these Judiasms are as multi-layered culturally as they are ethnically or religiously. While preconcepts shape our image of ourselves and of “others” and our sense of belonging to a group, this exhibition showing diverse answers to the question of Jewish identity challenge these simplifications. -Julian Voloj

The Gallery Annex will feature the work of Siona Benjamin, orginally from Bombay, now living in the US. Her work reflects her background of being brought up Jewish in a predominantly Hindu and Muslim India. In addition, images will be projected of works by Jewish Art Salon artists and guests.

Free and Open to the Public
Wine & Snacks Provided

For more information contact;
Lacy Schwartz, Be’chol Lashon NY Director
[email protected] or 212-217-0178

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