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The Southern Jewish Experience, Photographs by Bill Aron, Text by Vicki Reikes Fox Imagining the tempting aroma of pecan pie and fresh challah the age-old rhythms of Southern Jewry unfold before our eyes in the seductively handsome exhibition of photographs, Shalom Y'all, currently at the…
Director of the Jewish Image:  Frederic Brenner's Photographs at the Brooklyn Museum Jews with Hogs, Miami Beach, Florida, 1994, Fiberbase gelatin silver print, 117 x 41 by Frederic Brenner Jews with Hogs (1994) is the first image one encounters in Frederic Brenner's exhibition of photographs of…
Marking the Land of Israel: Photographs of Chanan Getraide What makes the Land of Israel so special? Given to us by God this wonderfully diverse corner of earth is much more of a “gift” than meets the eye. It is a gift that carries responsibility as…
Waters of Contention The Mikveh Project: Photographs by Janice Rubin, Text by Leah Lax For many modern Jewish women there is no more contentious image than the waters of the mikveh. The "ritual bath" is fraught with notions of uncleanliness, impurity and inferiority that traditional male…
The Choice of Photography What makes a great photograph? Is it something that merely warms the heart or unlocks the memory? Or might it be something more? Great photographs rise above our individual loves and ethnic interests and exhibit at least four essential elements; compelling…
New York: Capital of Photography at the Jewish Museum "I think there are two kinds of photography⁠—Jewish photography and goyish photography. If you look at modern photography, you will find, on the one hand the Weegees, the Diane Arbuses, the Robert Franks⁠—funky photographs. And then…
Pictures from Beyond “He sustains the living with kindness, resuscitates the dead with abundant mercy... and maintains His faith to those asleep in the dust.” We have this faith in our God. And, as we can, we emulate Him. We remember and maintain faith with…

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