Tobi Kahn at the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art

"Ophya" Tobi Kahn (2010)
Immanence: The Art of Tobi Kahn - 1987-2012
August 13 - December 5, 2012

Conversation With the Artist & Curators: October 4, 6-8pm

Reception follows discussion ~ Free and open to the public

Tobi Kahn, Artist 

Wendi Furman, Director and Curator, Philadelphia Museum 
of Jewish Art

Mark D. Mitchell, Associate Curator of American Art and Manager of the Center for American Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art 

Josh Perelman, Chief Curator and Director of Exhibitions and Collections, National Museum of American Jewish History

The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art is delighted to welcome back Tobi Kahn, internationally acclaimed as a painter and sculptor. For thirty years, Kahn has been steadfast in the pursuit of his distinct vision and persistent in his commitment to the redemptive possibilities of art. In pain, stone, and bronze, he has explored the correspondence between the intimate and monumental. While his early works drew on the tradition of American Romantic landscape paintings, his more recent pieces reflect his fascination with contemporary science.

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