Posts Tagged ‘Europe

On view Sept 1 – Nov 1 Opening Reception with artist and curator September 13, 2012 6-8pm free and open to the public London-based artist, Jacqueline Nicholls explores traditional Jewish ideas in untraditional ways. In her first solo show in New York, The Laurie M Tisch Gallery, with the curatorial guidance of Tobi Kahn presents […]

The Venice Center of Jewish Arts (VCJA), is proud to announce the first international art Jewish art competition, the Golden Ghetto Award (GGA).  This will be is the most important competition of its kind in Italy, and is one of the few awards offered for Jewish art around the world. Deadline: October 17, 2012 Prize: […]

French film “Le Chat du Rabbin” (“The Rabbi’s Cat”) premiers at the Museum of Modern Art in New York By Michael Brick Last summer, crowds of enthusiastic French theatergoers welcomed the wide release of Le Chat du Rabbin, (“The Rabbi’s Cat,”) an adaptation of the exceptionally popular graphic novel by Joann Sfar, who also directed the film. […]

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, […]

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 […]

When last we reported on filmmaker Darren Aronofsky’s long-gestating dream project Noah in February of this year, it seemed like the screen version would continue to languish in development hell. So Aronofsky, much as he did with his ambitiously religious The Fountain, began working on a graphic novel adaptation of he and frequent collaborator Ari Handel’s […]

  Art House: The Community Art Exhibition Submission Dates: August 30th  – September 4th, 2011 Exhibition Dates: September 11 – October 11, 2011 The London Jewish Cultural Centre and Jewish Chronicle are delighted to launch Art House, a fantastic new showcase for artists in the community. A diverse team of curators, including a professional artist, […]

By Eszter Margit The made for television short Chametz, directed by Alon Levi, won the Best Television Drama Film award at the Haifa International Film Festival in 2010. Chametz follows 15-year-old Ayala (Noa Kashi) as she returns from boarding school to help her mother (Reymond Amsalem) prepare for Passover. There she discovers the real reason […]

Plus, the Coen Brothers were in Israel By Saul Sudin Much has already been said about Lars Von Trier and his outrageous statements at the Cannes Film Festival, having infamously stated “I really wanted to be a Jew and then I found out that I was really a Nazi, because my family is German. And […]

Exhibition in Rome

16, May 2011

May 19. 2011 Via Sistina 69/71 Rome per informazion: [email protected]