Posts Tagged ‘Book Arts

The second Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art (September 24 – November 5) will showcase the work of nearly 200 Israeli and international professional artists in 10 exhibitions hosted in seven city-center venues. Following the success of the inaugural Jerusalem Biennale in 2013, Biennale2015 will continue to explore the places where contemporary art meets the […]

Jewish Circle Calendar came to Print for High Holidays Time moves in circles, not only in lines. The Hebrew Circle Calendar offers a new old path for the Jewish year–new in its contemporary design. Download a sample of the month of Elul here. When we remember that every month is a full cycle of the […]

By Talia Lavin NEW YORK (JTA) — Jazz music drifts from speakers down to the cherry wood tables of the West Cafe in Brooklyn as the Israeli artist Nurit Bar-Shai prepares to show examples of her latest work. With deft, freckled hands, she opens a manila envelope and slides three petri dishes across the table. […]

Curated by Adrianne Rubin, MOBIA associate curator, and Professor Matthew Baigell. Museum of Biblical Art 1865 Broadway at 61st Street, New York, NY 10023 June 14 – September 29, 2013 Featuring the work of approximately a dozen contemporary artists, this exhibition will highlight books and, in some cases, series of individual pages, inspired by the […]

By SUDINmag The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) presents Volumes II, an exhibition by JTS artists in residence that is now open at the JTS library in New York. From books to fabric sculptures, graphic novel illustrations, and cereal box aprons (!?), this second exhibition of work by JTS artists in residence is as diverse as […]

By SUDINmag | Tweet ROBERT  KIRSCHBAUM The 42-Letter Name APRIL 4 – JUNE 17 Opening Reception Thursday April 7 6:00 to 8:00PM MELVILLE HOUSE GALLERY 145 Plymouth Street Brooklyn, New York 718.722.9204 [email protected]

By Chava Evans | Tweet “Women of the Book” is an exhibition of books by Jewish women at the Park School, a private preparatory school outside of Baltimore. At first glance, the show is a bit of a puzzle. What is a fairly major show of Jewish art doing in a non-Jewish school ten minutes […]

Tweet The first law mentioned in the Torah is to keep the calendar: the basis of all Jewish holidays and a structure given for future commandments. Moon cycles were the nightly clue used for generations to keep track of this time consuming yet crucial task. We have come along way since then, and though most […]