On the Jewish Museum London’s new exhibit, Four Four Jew, and the place of English Jews within football, for The Forward (October 30, 2013)
A fantastic article from Time Out about the upcoming Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait exhibition, at the Jewish Museum London from 3 July - 15 September.
We are excited to announce Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait, an intimate exhibition co-curated with Amy’s brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva featuring never before seen photographs and personal objects.
Click here for more details and to book tickets.
Highlights from Little Bookniks 2013, a special day of events for children as part of Jewish Book Week, hosted at the Jewish Museum London19 plays
R. B. Kitaj “Los Angeles No. 9”, 1996-2002.
Telling of devotion and togetherness, the pictures in Kitaj’s Los Angeles Series express his longing for his dead wife, Sandra Fisher. While most of the pictures in the series portray in mystical compositions, here they are sitting together in their car, against the background of an excerpt from a modernist art magazine.
R. B. Kitaj Obsessions exhibition, Jewish Museum, London.
I feel that I shouldn’t be concentrating on the list of names in the magazine.
Read more at the Paris Review.
Two exhibitions of late artist R.B. Kitaj are on view at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester and the Jewish Museum in London’s Camden town.
They were recently reviewed in The Economist in an article that recounts Kitaj’s life and work as exemplified through these two exhibitions. It also makes mention of the painting pictured above, identifying the figures and themes featured in this elaborate work:
“In ‘The Wedding’ (pictured), completed in 1993, Kitaj himself, wearing the yarmulka, dances with his wife at their wedding surrounded by his best man, David Hockney, and their Jewish friends—Lucian Freud, Frank Auerbach and Leon Kossoff—whom he had dubbed the School of London.” — The Economist, March 2013
Read the article in its entirety here.