One photographer asks, can architecture create a better society?
As I interviewed Israelis about their vision for the future, I tried to untangle my own relationship to the place where I once lived
The colorful, celebratory scene from the 17th annual event
In 1947, Roman Vishniac documented Orthodox Jewish Holocaust Survivors near Paris. He also photographed Antoine.
The artist on Jewish mothers, ‘1950s American’ dummies, childhood superheroes, phallic red lipstick, and Japanese sex toys
In the late photographer’s first career retrospective, the ‘aroma of daily life’ lives forever
‘Chayla in Shul’ will be displayed in London’s National Portrait Gallery
Kitra Cahana’s photographic art and why it was a good match for S.Y. Agnon
Photography exhibit shows the remains of the great Catskills resorts
New York City native chronicled the captivating, everyday world around her
The Met’s dazzling retrospective declares: ‘It’s all a matter of how much freedom you can stand.’
‘Snapshot’ highlights traces of the city’s past using Polaroid-style frames
She’s now an 80-year-old chemistry professor in New York City
Curators turn Diane Arbus’ iconic photograph of Eddie Carmel at home into a stereotype
‘What I Be’ portrait series makes waves at Yeshiva University
Gillian Laub remembers her portrait sessions with the late prime minister
On the 26th anniversary of Freedom Sunday, a photographer uses objects to look at the immigrant experience
Photographer Łukasz Baksik hunts repurposed matzevot, burial markers turned cornerstones and cobbles
Celebrating a half-century of work, the photographer recalls his Bronx childhood and days at Ground Zero
The recently discovered street photographer trained her lens on my family—and a lost, genteel world
A ghostly chaise at Grossinger’s, rubble at the Concord, and other photos of once-great Catskills resorts
After World War II, Polish peasants hunted for jewels and gold amid the human remains at former Nazi death camps
The Russian immigrant Anna Shteynshleyger, a formerly observant Jew in the contemporary art world, creates lush, melancholy, Edenic works
Rabbi Judah Loew brings his creature to life once more, but their reunion may be brief: They can’t agree where to go—or what century to live in.
Rabbi Judah Loew discovers the whereabouts of his long-lost creation in The New Yorker, only to realize that he may be too late to save him
Suffering from amnesia, Rabbi Judah Loew’s modern golem searches online for information about his father—and finds out the truth about himself
Judah Loew’s lost golem wanders New York in search of answers and lands a job at a prestigious magazine. Is he really cut out for a desk job?
A MoMA retrospective reveals an unlikely connection between Cindy Sherman and Jewish stereotypes—and forces questions about individualism
After the lost golem enjoys his long-awaited reunion with Rabbi Judah Loew, a fashion show goes horribly awry and drives the creature to drink
The lost golem finally reconnects with his creator—but now that he’s found a place where he belongs, he’s not quite ready to leave New York