A new exhibit at the Jewish Museum London celebrates the story of the Jewish wedding in Britain’s Jewish community, featuring stunning dresses and Hollywood-style photos.
A major new exhibit at the Jewish Museum London celebrates the life and legacy of Abram Games, a designer who helped create the aesthetics of the 20th century.
A new Amy Winehouse exhibit is an intimate and affectionate portrayal of the self-destructive soul singer who grew up in Jewish north London.
At the end of this month, selections of work from the exhibit “R.B. Kitaj (1932-2007): Obsessions” will be transferring from its successful run at the Jewish Museum Berlin to two venues in the U.K. It will exhibit concurrently at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester and the Jewish Museum London, before returning to Germany. Both British institutions have links with the artist. M.J. Long, the architect whose practice was responsible for the refurbishment of the Jewish Museum as well as the extensions to Pallant House, also designed Kitaj’s London studio.
During a script reading at the Jewish Museum London on October 24, two writers with mortality on their minds came face to face: the bushy-eyebrowed 83-year-old East End poet and kitchen sink dramatist Bernard Kops, and the eternally 45-year-old journalist and playwright Isaac Babel.