In Conversation: Willem de Rooij

In 2002, Dutch-born, Berlin-based artist Willem de Rooij began a series of projects in which he collaborates with florists to realize floral sculptures. Some of de Rooij’s Bouquets have been visually elaborate, incorporating numerous species of flowers and plants; others have been highly regimented, for instance juxtaposing bunches of black and white tulips — two [...]

Presidents’ Day Weekend at the Jewish Museum

Escape the cold this holiday weekend by joining us Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 11 am to 5:45 pm, with free admission on Saturdays! On Sunday, families can discover Helena Rubinstein’s treasures and belongings in Beauty Is Power or listen to Storybooks and Art, followed by an engaging activity in the galleries. Kick off vacation [...]

Wind Up performer Drew Citron on recording her album, touring, and playing at the JM

The upcoming Wind Up is inspired by the bold redefinition of beauty on display in the exhibition Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power. The evening’s headlining performer will be garage-pop band Beverly, fronted by the brilliant female vocalist and guitarist Drew Citron. The Jewish Museum spoke with Citron about their recent album, touring, and what to look forward to at next week’s show.