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The Jewish Museum is dedicated to the enjoyment, understanding, and preservation of the artistic and cultural heritage of the Jewish people. Based on Google Analytics data, these were the 10 most viewed works from the Jewish Museum online collection. The Jewish Museum collection spans 4,000 years of Jewish culture through nearly 30,000 objects from around the world.
Published on the hundredth anniversary of The Jewish Museum, this magnificent book explores the culture .
Published on the hundredth anniversary of The Jewish Museum, this magnificent book explores the culture, history, and beliefs of the Jewish people by presenting an extraordinary selection of works from the Museum’s renowned collection. Two introductory essays discuss the history and significance of The Jewish Museum, followed by a superb range of artworks grouped thematically in categories such as memory and history; spirituality and faith; society, politics, and community; text and representation; and television and culture. Each work is accompanied by a short essay providing description and interpretation.
Jewish Museum (New York, . Published in celebration of the centennial of the Jewish Museum, which was founded in 1904. ; Berger, Maurice, 1956-; Rosenbaum, Joan; Mann, Vivian B; Kleeblatt, Norman L. Publication date. Includes bibliographical references (p. 242-248) and index. Foreward, Joan Rosenbaum - The Jewish museum and its history, Joan Rosenbaum - Museum without walls, Maurice Berger - The collection of the Jewish Museum - Memory and history - Spirituality and faith - Society and politics - Portraiture and identity.
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Norman L. Kleeblatt is the Susan and Elihu Rose Chief Curator of The Jewish Museum, New York.
In 2008, while organizing the Jewish Museum’s boisterous survey of Abstract Expressionism, Action/Abstraction: Pollock, de Kooning and American Art, 1940-1976, the curator, Norman L. Kleeblatt, noticed that two paintings - Lee Krasner’s Untitled (1948) and Norman Lewis’s Twilight. Kleeblatt, noticed that two paintings - Lee Krasner’s Untitled (1948) and Norman Lewis’s Twilight Sounds (1947) - seemed to be speaking to each other. He had the good sense to listen and, later, to orchestrate a deeper conversation. The result is From the Margins: Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis, 1945-1952, a nuanced, sensitive and profound exhibition
Norman L. Kleeblatt is a fine art curator, critic, and consultant based in New York City. A long-term curator at the Jewish Museum in New York, he served as the Susan and Elihu Rose Chief Curator from 2005 to 2017. Kleeblatt has published in Art in America, Artforum, ARTnews, Art Journal, and The Brooklyn Rail.
The Jewish Home: A Guide for Jewish Living. National Variations in Jewish Identity: Implications for Jewish Education. Kabbalah: An Introduction to Jewish Mysticism. Jewish Landmarks of New York: A Travel Guide and History
The Jewish Home: A Guide for Jewish Living. Jewish Landmarks of New York: A Travel Guide and History. An index to the sound recordings collection of the American Jewish Archives.
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