The Jewish Museum will be closed on Thursday, November 27 for Thanksgiving, but we resume our regular operating hours on Friday. What better way to visit with friends and family than by taking in some art?
Over the course of her life Helena Rubinstein collected objects of every sort in untold quantities. She had a lifelong love of miniature rooms and commissioned numerous doll-size dioramas, decorated in period styles. They ranged from a Spanish Baroque dining room to a mid-eighteenth-century French Rococo salon with Louis XV furniture to a mid-Victorian English […]
Last December, the Jewish Museum released our first “JM26” – a list of 26 events, ideas, and people that helped define the year’s Jewish cultural zeitgeist. We learned about Pope Francis and his love of Chagall, Justin Bieber’s declaration that Anne Frank would have been a “Belieber,” and that Thanksgiving and Hanukkah could form a wonderfully delicious merger […]