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A Dance for Trump-o-ween!

Jules Feiffer’s American Follies: The goblins are coming

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Who Won the Cold War?

How change swept across central Europe 30 years ago this fall

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I Destroyed a LeWitt

How the father of minimalism brought power to the people, and learned to let go

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My Father’s House

Showcase of a Zionist dream

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Jules Feiffer’s 4th of July

The American Follies

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Stockholder in Utrecht

Stuff, and other achievements of irrationality, in Jessica Stockholder’s explorations of the third—and fourth, and fifth—dimensions

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A Painter of the Holocaust for Our Times

Three self-portraits by Felix Nussbaum, at New York’s Neue Galerie

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Understanding the Real Origin of that New York Times Cartoon

How anti-Semitic Soviet propaganda informs contemporary left anti-Zionism

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A Dance to Spring (For Liberals)

Jules Feiffer’s American Follies: Hope springs eternal

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Lucian Freud’s Fat Lady Sings

Flesh, set free by a ‘despicable genius,’ or ensnared in the male gaze?

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A Blood-Stained Renoir on Exhibit in Paris

Fifty works in the collection of a former German arms dealer—including a renowned portrait of a Sephardic aristocrat—show how France fails to fully grapple with its collaboration in the Nazi art market for plundered works

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Typing in Yiddish

A 1929 practical method for typing in Yiddish, on display at YIVO, is a keyhole into a little-known world of printing machines, and the pipe dreams behind their invention

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Macaroon ’Em, E Pluribus Unem

Jules Feiffer’s American Follies: a Tweetastrophe in Paris

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The Tears of Quasimodo

Victor Hugo and the ideals of progress

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Crocs

Jules Feiffer’s American Follies looks left for politics as usual

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Lincoln Kirstein at MoMA

The enigmatic, influential benefactor of the arts comes home to the temple of modernism he once shunned

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Are You There, God? It’s Me, Mizrahi.

Isaac Mizrahi’s new ‘I.M.’ is a classic Jewish memoir of rebelling against stifling expectations to flourish in American possibility

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Jules Feiffer on Howard Schultz’s New Cup of Coffee

Feiffer’s American Follies heats up

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Jules Feiffer’s American Follies

On the celebrated cartoonist’s 90th birthday, a dance to beginnings

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Soutine Is the Kafka of Painting

Twinned artistic prophecies of the destruction of the Jewish people in Europe, on Chaim Soutine’s 125th birthday

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Anni Albers’ Fabric of Belief at the Tate

European and American modernism woven into the warp and weft of grief

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The Armadillo Menorah

A miracle of lights in Texas

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Philip Johnson Was Very Nazi

A new biography, ‘The Man in the Glass House,’ shows why it’s hard to ignore the authoritarian characteristics of some of the architect’s more celebrated work, and why the relationship between aesthetics and morality will forever be fraught

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Gay, Communist, Yiddish Utopia

Artist Yevgeniy Fiks believes in a future of Yiddish-speaking space colonies

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Marc Chagall and the People’s Art School in Vitebsk Reunion

Old conflicts in the air and on display at the Jewish Museum

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Martha Rosler’s ‘Irrespective’

The iconic Brooklyn-based artist celebrates a new survey of her work at the Jewish Museum

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Dressing for Paradise

Was Frida Kahlo Jewish, and does it matter? A blockbuster show at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum brings the Mexican artist’s contradictions to life.

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Jules Feiffer’s American Follies

Introducing a new monthly strip

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Lew the Jew’s Tattoos

Devoted acolyte and fellow tattooer Don Ed Hardy talks about his rare collection of Lew the Jew memorabilia, on view at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco

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