“Thinking of You, I Mean Me, I Mean You,” an immersive exhibit about the work of the artist Barbara Kruger is really an anti-retrospective.
Simhah Viterbo was following “a long tradition of Italian Jewish women who made splendid textiles for their synagogues.”
Krimstein’s book makes the reader feel the passion of the mind and the life of Arendt.
The stunning victory of the 1977 Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team was the subject of the uplifting documentary ‘On the Map’
The late Gene Wilder’s roles in “Blazing Saddles” and “Willy Wonka” have been much discussed this week. Why aren’t critics talk about Wilder’s most Jewish role in ‘The Frisco Kid?’
The Aaron Siskind exhibit at Chicago’s Art Institute provides an excellent introduction to the photographer but misses his Jewish story.
Rhoda Pritzker was a frustrated writer who turned to art collecting. Much of her lovely collection — which seems to bespeak an abiding loneliness — is on view at the Yale Center for British Art.
Joshua Harmon’s “Bad Jews” was a hit in New York, and it has been extended seven times in Chicago. But does its success come at the price of selling out Jewish women?
At 91, longtime David Mamet ensemble member Mike Nussbaum, is playing a role that seems almost to have been written specifically for him — Gregory Solomon in Arthur Miller’s “The Price.” He discusses the role and his career with the Forward.
Once upon a time, documentary filmmakers Alan Teller and Jerri Zbirai found a box of anonymous,old photographs. Now, 25 years later, that discovery has inspired an exhibit and a film.