Posts Tagged ‘Graffiti

by Avishay Artsy, for the Jewish Journal Over the past week, two graffiti artists have been applying layers of bright orange and blue paint to an outdoor wall of the Silverlake Independent JCC. Hillel Smith, a native Angeleno, and Itamar Paloge, a Tel Aviv-based artist, met a year ago through their shared interest in street […]

It is always an interesting experiment to go to Art Basel in Miami with the intent of discovering contemporary Jewish art.

Beacon Arts and Beacon Hebrew Alliance will contemplate and celebrate universal themes of ephemerality and transience in Open to the Sky: The Beacon Sukkah Project, which will be at Polhill Park in Beacon, NY (by the Beacon Visitors’ Center) from October 8-16. It will be a large wood sukkah (16×32 feet) with artwork (perhaps yours?) […]

June 30th-July 3rd, 2014 Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, Falls Village, CT Curated by Jewish Art Now Celebrate and participate in the vibrant infusion of creativity and artistic engagement in a diverse, eco-conscious Jewish community. ArtFest offers a wildly diverse array of opportunities to learn about, create, and engage with the emerging universe of Jewish […]

By Elke Reva Sudin On a steamy July evening in the heart of Williamsburg Brooklyn, urban contemporary artists hailing from 7 different countries explored the subject of religious practice in the exhibition RITUAL curated by HONEYCOMB and hosted at the Causey Contemporary Gallery. RITUAL opens at the Causey Contemporary Gallery Based in Buenos Aires, Trystan Bates […]

G-d Bless Jewish

12, Jul 2011

Juxtapose Magazine recently posted this photo of the word “Jewish” grafittied with the stars and stripes of the American flag. You must be patriotic everyday and get over all your “1st world problems.” While photographed in front of his work, the artist is proudly displaying an American flag on his t-shirt, a sign of the relationship […]

Dirty Jew

8, Mar 2011

By Dreyfus Amadeus Diallo for SUDINmag | Tweet POBE is an alias. It hides the name and identity of one of New York’s most notorious graffiti artists. It obscures definition. POBE fill-in on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

Doodling for Torah Understanding By SUDINmag | December 14, 2010 | Tweet As an infinite source of inspiration, story, and law, the Torah gives awareness to complicated subject matter by concealing it beneath seemingly simple stories and references. The text includes only the information necessary for understanding, no more, no less. A creative parable for […]