JOC Art for an Unsettled Time
Creative works shared by Jewish Artists of Color speak of their experiences of this moment.
Healing Myself and Others Through My Artwork
Black and Jewish artist creates empowering depictions of marginalized people.
Mexican-Jewish artist Aliza Nisenbaum on her colorful portraits of ‘the other’ in society
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
Julian Voloj and Søren Mosdal's graphic novel, "Basquiat" offers a modern twist on Basquiat's work.
Jewish Women from Diverse Artistic Perspectives
New show highlights the diversity of Jewish women's experiences.
The Grand Canvases of Nirit Takele's Ethiopian-Israeli Experience
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
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
Aliza Nisenbaum entered the radar of many as a participant of the 2017 Whitney Biennial.
Seven Jewish Heroines Disney Should Make a Movie About
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.