Religion Is Alive and Well in Contemporary Art
Huffington Post, August 18, 2014
|Forest of Bondage|
Arnovitz is one of ten international finalists:
Philadelphia's Print Center’s 88th Annual International Competition features works by 39 of the finest contemporary artists working today. This year the competition was juried by Julia Dolan, Minor White Curator of Photography, and Bruce Guenther, Chief Curator, Mercedes Eichholz Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, both of the Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR. The Print Center’s Annual International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest juried exhibitions in the United States. The Print Center
|Arie Galles - Babi Yar|
Charcoal and white Conté.
Sanctuary is a place of refuge, solace and protection that easily functions as a mental as well as physical state. Mark Podwal’s (markpodwal.com) latest series of artworks provides a kind of summation of a lifetime of mournful contemplation of Jewish history; a chilling chronicle of Jewish misfortune tempered by the balm of the Book of Psalms and his elegant artworks. The timing of the release of these works surely reflects the growing apprehension that the world is growing more dangerous for the Jewish state and especially urgent for the threatened European Jewish communities. History has seldom been so relevant.
|Ben Schachter - Sidney Eruv|
|Dorit Jordan Dotan|
|With With our - Digital print by Ken Goldman|
|Irina Sheynfeld - New York 1|
Open Engagement Conference at the Queens museum
May 16-19, 2014 at Various Locations.
Keynote Speakers J. Morgan Puett and Mierle Laderman Ukeles
The 2014 Open Engagement conference is co-presented by the Queens Museum and A Blade of Grass, and takes place at the Queens Museum, New York Hall of Science, the Queens Theater, Immigrant Movement International, and various locations around New York.
Registration is closed; if you did not get a ticket and would like to attend, they can put your name on a waiting list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Wait List” as the subject.
|Seidlin - Omer Box|
|Joan Roth Selfie with|