Christian Boltanski, who expressed emotions through conceptual art associated with Judaism as well as universal experience, has died at 76.
“I see myself in the history of art; that was one of my goals, to become part of art history.”
Zalmen Glauber is a local sculptor and an evangelist for his neighborhood’s artistic potential.
Against the backdrop of a world in crisis, my father, in his small apartment in the Chelsea Hotel, seemed to exist separate from it all.
The avowed Trotskyite who amassed a breathtaking collection of art has died at the age of 97.
Looking for birds in the Met is not all that different from looking for them in the North Woods of Central Park. You just have to be patient.
In his collection “SEE/SAW,” Geoff Dyer offers the close, keen-eyed readings of images that are rare in art criticism, because they’re hard to fake.
Agnieszka Traczewska’s new collection, “A Rekindled World”, includes portraits of Hasidic men and women.
‘I started to have a bit more of a mission. I wanted to reveal that our Jewishness mattered in this little slice of history that I loved so much.”
Andy Sweet’s photos capture a moment of Black-Jewish unity