A Louise Bourgeois show at the Jewish Museum and a new biography of Lucian Freud may provide the answer
How a single painting in the New York Jewish Museum’s collection helps define Jewish art
Twinned artistic prophecies of the destruction of the Jewish people in Europe, on Chaim Soutine’s 125th birthday
The iconic Brooklyn-based artist celebrates a new survey of her work at the Jewish Museum
The superb show of 32 paintings, opening this week, highlights the painter’s fascination with the dreadful spectacle of death, and the splendor of his artistry
How the American master came to this living portrait, true to life—but what life?
Paintings from the Guatemala-based artist, who lives on a disused coffee plantation, canvas the museum’s entrance with color
Tablet’s new kinda-sorta-weekly column brings you diaspora culture with a Yiddish twist
The Jewish Museum hosts Charlemagne Palestine’s cuddly, mystical, delightful installation art
A superb exhibit of works by the French designer and architect shows the promise and peril of 20th-century Modernism
Mizrahi’s work extends well beyond the world of fashion
By looking broadly at early Soviet photography and film in ‘The Power of Pictures,’ a new exhibit turns away from Soviet Jews and their specific struggle to avoid being lost to history
The artist on Jewish mothers, ‘1950s American’ dummies, childhood superheroes, phallic red lipstick, and Japanese sex toys
A new exhibit about the cosmetics queen shows at what cost she taught women to power their way through beauty’s slow fade
The art institution revisits and reenacts (sort of) a hit 1966 Minimalist and Conceptualist show—but why?
Curators turn Diane Arbus’ iconic photograph of Eddie Carmel at home into a stereotype
A new gallery show helps reassess the Lithuanian-born artist’s important work—and reveals it as anything but tragic
My Art Spiegelman print was suddenly worth thousands of dollars. But perhaps it was worth more hanging on my son’s wall.