For the Jewish Museum's blockbuster summer exhibition, the museum gave the reins to New York-artist Jonathan Horowitz. Horowitz has gathered works from modern and contemporary artists that have addressed contemporary social issues such as anti-Semitism, xenophobia, immigration, and authoritarianism. Works are drawn from artists such as Kara Walker, Andy Warhol, and Max Weber. In addition, 36 political posters were commissioned specifically for this exhibit.
The prolific New York-based artist Rachel Feinstein presents her first solo museum survey at the Jewish Museum this season. Feinstein works in a variety of mediums, including carved wood and oil paint, but is most celebrated for her unique sculptures. The title of the exhibition suggests the artist's inspiration of the mythical Triple Goddess, who, according to early folklore, embodies all three states of a woman's life at the same time. Her unique sculptures will be on extended display through the end of the year.
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opens 26 February 2021