The Jewish Museum recently welcomed Miss Pickle, the French bulldog who has become a New York art world and Instagram sensation. An art advisor and avid contemporary art follower, Katie Howard has been documenting her dog’s visits to leading galleries and art fairs across Manhattan by way of the Instagram account @picklebeholding. We sat down […]
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.