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A Recent Japanese Print Acquisition

  The Jewish Museum recently acquired 10 prints by contemporary Japanese artist and printmaker Tetsuya Noda (b. 1940). Here, Norman Kleeblatt, Susan & Elihu Rose Chief Curator — who organized From the Margins: Lee Krasner | Norman Lewis, 1945–1952, which was named the 2014 Best Thematic Museum Show in New York, 1st Place, by the […]

Chantal Joffe’s Portraits of Gertrude Stein

    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, […]

The Charming Woman

We love our docents! One of ours stopped by to show us an incredible set of 1950s beauty guides that her daughter found at home. Beauty expert Helena Rubinstein wrote the columns on skin care and cosmetics for a mail order course entitled “The Charming Woman.” This quaint, day-by-day lesson plan promises to help women […]