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Edouard Vuillard

A Painter and His Muses, 1890-1940 at The Jewish Museum

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Jewish Books to Read Aloud

Josie and Maxie's picks for every age

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Anna Shteynshleyger

Photographic works

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Broken Fingaz Crew

Israeli Street Art in London

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On the Run

Photographs by Jonathan Alpeyrie

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Avigdor Arikha

‘Works from the Estate,’ at Marlborough Gallery, New York

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Pretty for Passover

Sprucing Up the Seder

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Nir Hod

Mother at Paul Kasmin gallery in New York

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Breira’s Only Conference

Photographs by Bill Aron

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Nathan Hilu

Works on paper

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Kehinde Wiley

‘The World Stage: Israel’ at the Jewish Museum

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Child’s Play

Images from Tom Seidmann-Freud’s life and work

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A Week With the Free Syrian Army

On the ground with rebel fighters in Idleb Province, Syria

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Not Grandma’s Cooking

Daniel Estrin's snapshots from a night out at "Beneath the Golden Rose"

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Lemony Cheesecake

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Saul Steinberg’s Italian Years

1933 to 1941

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Spectres

Eva Hesse’s paintings at the Brooklyn Museum

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Sunday Visit

Photographs by David Tarica

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Chagall at Sotheby’s

Three realist Marc Chagall paintings of synagogues

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A Bronx Tale

Excerpts from Warrior/Peacemaker

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Your Habits

Drawings by Abigail Miller, inspired by S. An-sky

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Missing

The Ezra Jack Keats exhibit at the Jewish Museum underscores the children’s book author and illustrator’s ambivalence about his Jewishness

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Homecoming

Yuri Suhl’s One Foot in America, a long-lost novel of Jewish American immigration that reads like a more Dickensian take on Henry Roth’s Call It Sleep, has been republished and deserves a new audience

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Culture City

Jerusalem—an ancient capital burdened by violence, economic hardship, and shifting demographics—may very well depend on a modern cultural renaissance for its survival

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Of a Feather

Communing with Bernard Malamud’s Jewbird

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A Wanderer in the Desert

How a tubercular shoemaker became a great Yiddish poet