The Evolving Meaning of Take Me (I’m Yours)

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  The Jewish Museum’s participatory exhibition Take Me (I’m Yours) is now halfway through its nearly five-month run and the artworks are being eagerly consumed by visitors. Featuring 42 international and intergenerational artists, every work was designed to be reproduced in the thousands, then taken away.

Jewish Advertising on Television

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  The Television Project, an exhibition series at the Jewish Museum, introduces Jewish Museum visitors to a dynamic part of its collection: the National Jewish Archive of Broadcasting, the largest and most comprehensive body of broadcast materials on 20th century Jewish culture in the United States with more than 4,000 holdings. The latest installment of the […]

Unconventional Design for an Unconventional Exhibition

Take Me (I’m Yours) at the Jewish Museum, on view through February 5, 2017, is an exhibition that invites visitors to touch, interact with, and take home works of art by 42 artists. Unconventional in nature, the exhibition subverts the well-established visitor behavior of keeping a safe distance from the art, and rethinks the role […]