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Past Exhibitions - 2000

Charlotte Salomon: Life? or Theatre?

December 10, 2000 - March 25, 2001

Salomon combines painting with text and musical cues to tell a compelling autobiographical coming-of-age story set during World War II amid increasing Nazi oppression.


Morocco: Jews and Art in a Muslim Land

September 24, 2000 - February 11, 2001

Many strands of history and culture have gone into the making of Morocco's people during the past three thousand years. Together, Muslims and Jews forged a common spiritual culture and an artistic culture that reflects the dominant aesthetics of Islamic art.


Drink and Be Merry: Wine and Beer in Ancient Times

July 30, 2000 - November 5, 2000

Drink and Be Merry examines the subject of wine and beer in antiquity - their production and trade to their central role in ritual, festive celebrations and everyday life.


Anni Albers

May 28, 2000 - August 20, 2000

Anni Albers is considered the foremost textile artist of the twentieth century. She bravely broke from the tradition in which textiles reproduced naturalistic imagery or decorative ornament.


Paris in New York: French Jewish Artists in Private Collections

March 5, 2000 - June 25, 2000

From about 1907 to shortly after World War I, these Jewish painters and sculptors, predominantly from Eastern Europe, experimented with the stylistic innovations of the key avant-garde figures of the period, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.


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1109 5th Ave at 92nd St
New York NY 10128