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A dispatch from David Levinthal’s doll-house diorama factory, where the photographer plays with the line between real and pretend
Brought to New York by the National Library of Israel, the show celebrates both romance and reason
Delirium in New York, Asterix in Paris, laughs in Minneapolis
Hannukah mayhem in Austin, the Coen brothers in New York, screens in San Francisco
Postcards in Amherst, murals in Dallas, ‘Fiddler’ in Berkeley
Amy Winehouse in Australia, Ronit Elkabetz in Holon, Nathan Englander in Vancouver
Rock n’ roll in Skokie, Iraqi treasures in Baltimore, sports fans in Munich
Habitats in Omaha, folk tales in San Francisco, a diary in Krakow
Yiddish folk culture in Amherst, medicine in Ohio, the Arch of Titus in New York
The weekly art of Starr Weems.
Design in London, security in Portland, immigrants in Pittsburgh
Refugees in Tulsa, beautiful minds in Memphis, chocolate in New York City
Today on Jewcy: Lose an afternoon looking through hundreds of thousands of artifacts.
Among the things she stole is the sign prohibiting visitors from stealing
Best known for his New Yorker covers, the artist, a Jewish refugee from Romania, was full of observational snark
When Anish Kapoor, the Indian-Jewish master behind Chicago’s Bean, secured exclusive rights to the world’s blackest black, his colleagues went on the attack.
The Broad City Star Goes Deep in a new podcast recorded in New York’s Museum of Modern Art
Congregation Beth El in Bangor has created a number of functional and decorative pieces for its prayer space, from a bima and Torah ark to a ‘tree of life’
Israeli-Canadian confectioner Maayan Zilberman makes art out of cane sugar and isomalt. Her crystal-inspired creations are now on display at a roving gallery in Los Angeles.
This week on Unorthodox, filmmaker Noam Osband plays the ukulele and ‘Wall Street Journal’ writer Sohrab Ahmari talks identity politics and art
This week on Unorthodox, talking to painter Archie Rand about The 613, and Catherine Burns of storytelling sensation The Moth
Winning bid came via telephone from Shanghai