In Erna Rosenstein’s surreal work, a distinctly tragic story tells of how she coped after the Holocaust.
“I wanted people to come into this gallery and understand a fuller picture of time,” said curator Julia Perratore.
A retrospective of the artist’s work is on display at MoMA PS1 until Oct. 11.
There are now copies of Brooklyn’s Chabad-Lubavitch building on every continent except for Antarctica.
FENTSTER can only have one installation at a time — but the Toronto-based gallery makes it count.
During Chol Hamoed, thousands upon thousands of revelers gather at amusement parks for what has been called America’s largest gathering of Jews.
In “Family Matters,’ photographer Gillian Laub documents her family’s struggle to contend with a political divide and a pandemic.
“What we’re hoping to do is give people one version of what it means to live Jewishly in connection to the land.”
Ranei Mazor’s “Personal Mythology” draws from nearly every tradition but Judaism.