Why a prayer book for cigarettes? Is it a commentary on Jews who are outwardly pious but inwardly profane? Or does it have to mean anything at all?
In the newly-reopened Neue Galerie, works by Klimt, Klee, Beckmann and Schiele attest to the glistening allure of art that flourished before WWII.
It’s been 25 years since the first Hanukkah stamp in America; now, there’s a huge variety all around the world.
Once, Jewish collectors supported the likes of Warhol, Rothko, Pollock and de Kooning. But, after the Macklowe sale, those days may be over now.
‘COVID started during Purim, a holiday of masks. Then, suddenly, everyone had to mask up. And we had a president who couldn’t be a good leader.’
Many years ago, a framer lost Kathryn Grody and Mandy Patinkin’s most valuable possession. Is there anyone out there who knows where it is?
Meg Adler, a Jewish artist and educator, has made it her mission to sketch homes that have been lost in fires.
Did you know frogs are scholars of Torah, the Leviathan was God’s favorite pet and gazelles were the carrier pigeons of ancient Judea?
Dedicated in 1959, Beth Sholom in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, evokes Mayan ruins, a Japanese pagoda and Mount Sinai.
Robert Scull and his wife Ethel were seen as tasteless and crass, despite an impeccable taste for the work of Jasper Johns, Jackson Pollock and others
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