Two Artists Address Difficult Issues In Tribeca Exhibit
10/29/2013 The Jewish Week
By Caroline Lagnado
Tribeca’s Synagogue for the Arts, which is an architectural masterwork itself, is hosting a new exhibit in its downstairs gallery space, featuring work by Yona Verwer, a Dutch-born, New York-based artist and Heather Stoltz, also a New York artist. Each looks to the topic of vulnerability in New York City.
Verwer, co-founder and co-president of the Jewish Art Salon, a group of artists, curators and critics focused on the Jewish art world, curated the exhibit in addition to showing her own art.
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