Healing Myself and Others Through My Artwork

Ayeola Omolara Kaplan, Jewish&, 02/11/2020

Black and Jewish artist creates empowering depictions of marginalized people.

Mexican-Jewish artist Aliza Nisenbaum on her colorful portraits of ‘the other’ in society

Alan Grabinsky, JTA, 11/04/2019

Mexican-Jewish artist Aliza Nisenbaum sees a failure to communicate in the modern world — and her work as a way to counteract the dilemma.

When Comic Art Meets High Art, the Results Will Surprise You

Etelka Lehoczy, NPR, 08/26/2019

Julian Voloj and Søren Mosdal's graphic novel, "Basquiat" offers a modern twist on Basquiat's work.

Jewish Women from Diverse Artistic Perspectives

Team Be'chol Lashon, Jewish&, 03/13/2019

New show highlights the diversity of Jewish women's experiences.

The Grand Canvases of Nirit Takele's Ethiopian-Israeli Experience

Rachel Ringler, Tablet, 01/16/2019

The painter Nirit Takele, already a celebrated artist at 33 years old, is evoking the spirit of both her homelands in her bold work.

Painting by Chicago artist Kerry James Marshall, bought for $25,000 in 1997, sells for $21.1 million

Robert Channick, Chicago Tribune, 05/18/2018

The sale price of “Past Times” was a record for Marshall and the most ever paid for the work of a living African-American artist, according to Sotheby’s.

Aliza Nisenbaum with Yasi Alipour

Yasi Alipour, The Brooklyn Rail, 09/13/2017

Aliza Nisenbaum entered the radar of many as a participant of the 2017 Whitney Biennial.

Seven Jewish Heroines Disney Should Make a Movie About

Marjorie Ingall, Tablet, 12/05/2016

In Disney's latest animated blockbuster-Moana, set in Polynesia-the title character's religious faith plays an important role, as Mark I. Pinsky, author of The Gospel According to Disney, noted in Tablet last week.

PRESS RELEASE: Jewish Identity Through Art

Team Be'chol Lashon, , 11/18/2010

Siona Benjamin’s paintings reflects the multitude of cultural and religious traditions that were part of her Jewish childhood.