Category Archives: Art Exhibition

“Listen” by Silvio Wolf

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January 7, 2015

Listen: that which joins, separates. My work explores the special nature of the photographic image as a Threshold, particularly in regard to the relationship between work and glance: vision and meaning are variables of one single experiential path that places the Subject actively at the centre of the work. Phenomenic reality and beholder’s glance merge More »

‘The Multi-Dimensional Jew’: A Map of Judaism

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February 1, 2013

David Moss: I call my question-based conceptual map “The Multi-Dimensional Jew.” Indeed, we are all multidimensional Jews. We all live in a world of questions. We all live within reach of a precious tradition that has grappled with these questions for millennia. More »

January Art Show: Works in Progress

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January 3, 2013

This month’s online art exhibition features the work of Judith Margolis, Isa Milman and Ruth Weisberg. As Ruth says, “The creation of every work of art should be both a challenge and a pleasure to the artist and his or her audience. I am refer¬ring to pleasure as the profound feeling of com¬pletion or the More »

Julian Voloj

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December 1, 2012

“Occupy Wall Street” Photography has long been a means to capture not only a moment in time but also a message and a movement. The following photographs are by Julian Voloj, who immigrated to the United States from Muenster, Germany, by way of Brussels in October 2003, who documented the Occupy Wall Street movement in More »

The Jewish Workplace: Inside the Box

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November 1, 2012

This month’s online exhibition features the work of six artists who were asked to visually represent their immediate reaction to hearing the phrase, “The Jewish Workplace.” Confined to using a 7 inch by 7 inch square (or cube), each artist could use any medium they wanted to create their responses. As you’ll notice, the pieces More »

“Sacred Design”

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October 2, 2012

This month’s exhibition features thirteen architectural renderings of synagogues by the firm of Herman Coliver Locus Architecture of San Francisco. Some of these spaces have been realized; other have not. As we look at the various angles of these hyper-realistic images, we cannot help but wonder about a number of questions: Are these illustrations sacred More »

Shoshana Brombacher

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September 3, 2012

“Yonah Series” Oil Pastel and Watercolor 16”x20” (1995) Shoshannah Brombacher (Amsterdam, Holland 1959) studied Semitic Languages, Ancient Middle Eastern Culture and Codicology at the University of Leyden (Holland) and specialized in medieval Sephardic Hebrew poetry, culminating in a Ph.D. thesis about the Portuguese (Marano) Jewish Community in 17th century Amsterdam. She was involved in codicological More »

Archie Rand

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September 3, 2012

“Yonah” from Mural Series at Congregation B’nai Yosef Synthetic Polymer Paint 10’x20’ (1974-1977, 1990) These images are from Rand’s murals at Congregation B’nai Yosef in Brooklyn, which is the only completely thematically painted synagogue in the world and the only one we know of since the 2nd Century Dura Europas synagogue in Syria.   The paintings More »

David Wander and the Students of SAR High School

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September 3, 2012

“The Book of Yonah” Acrylic Paint on Paper 2011-2012 Nearly every year since its inception, SAR High School has supported an Artist in Residence program. Each year, a different New York area artist is invited to work together with a group of talented student artists to create a work of art that will be part More »