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Images, Graven and Otherwise

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Today in Tablet Magazine, lead critic Adam Kirsch explores the concept of “Jewish art,” asking whether it exists; how much it depends on the maker’s Jewishness; if all nonfigurative art isn’t essentially Jewish; and more.

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