On Sunday, May 10,the first three floors of the Jewish Museum were taken over by contemporary artists affiliated with Columbia University’s School of the Arts. The basement, halls, and auditorium — and even the lobby’s wayfinding screens and security check point — were temporarily occupied by mixed media installations, video art, performances, and… a […]
On view now, the latest installment of Using Walls, Floors, and Ceilings is a series of 34 portraits entitled Hannah, Gertrude, Alice, Betty, Nadine, Golda, Susan, Claude, Nancy, Grace, Diane . . . by London-based painter Chantal Joffe. Joffe’s intimate and expressive paintings depict 20th century Jewish women who contributed significantly to art, […]
Throughout the month of May, New York City has been abuzz with mid-century madness. To celebrate this collective nostalgia for the culture of the 1950s and ’60s, the Jewish Museum has partnered with four other institutions to offer the #MCMNYC2015 Culture Pass.