The Couch Potato Pioneers:
An Appreciation of The Television Project

We’re living in a golden age of television. Critics have been saying so for years. And as curator Maurice Berger shows through the Jewish Museum’s new exhibition series The Television Project, TV is an art form of modern life. This hasn’t always been the popular opinion. Traditionally, TV has been something of a bane for the high-browed. Consider T.S. […]

This Year’s JM26 Is Now Live!

Presenting the third annual JM26 — the Jewish Museum’s list of 26 events, people, and ideas that made a mark in 2015! Released each December, JM26 references the 26 ceremonial objects with which the Museum was founded in 1904. The number 26 also has significance in Kabbalah, a form of Jewish mysticism. From Jon Stewart’s farewell to late […]