In Conversation: @picklebeholding

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 [...]

Introducing the Young Patron Program

  The Young Patron Program offers one of the newest avenues for engaging with the Jewish Museum’s rich history of art and Jewish culture. It comprises a dynamic group of young professionals and art supporters, ages 21 – 40, who recognize the importance of the institution and its mission. Young Patrons benefit from a host [...]

In Conversation: Maurice Berger

Opening today and on view through September 20, 2015, Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television is the first exhibition to explore how avant-garde art influenced the look and content of early network television. The exhibition was organized by Maurice Berger, longtime consulting curator and newly appointed curator of the [...]