November 5, 2004 - March 6, 2005
Featuring highlights from among new acquisitions, this exhibition includes major works by Christian Boltanski, Adolph Gottlieb, Anselm Kiefer, Adi Nes, Chana Orloff, Jules Pascin, and Man Ray. Newly commissioned works of Judaica by contemporary artists and designers including Lyn Godley, Chunghi Choo, and Karim Rashid will also be shown.
November 2, 2004 - January 2, 2005
A compilation of video clips from educational and entertainment programs provides an overview of conflicted emotions surrounding the December holidays.
October 3, 2004 - January 16, 2005
Training his lens on the most illustrious cultural and intellectual figures of the twentieth century, Arnold Newman forged a new tradition of portrait photography. This exhibition of 21 portraits includes Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O'Keefe, Marc Chagall, Louise Nevelson, Leonard Bernstein, and David Ben-Gurion.
September 26, 2004 - July 31, 2007
The Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam translates from Hebrew to 'Repairing the World.' This new exhibition for families and children explores ways in which we can fulfill this value in our daily lives, through appreciation and protection of the natural environment.
September 10, 2004 - January 16, 2005
This is the first full-scale exhibition celebrating the art, teaching methods and spirit of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis (1898-1944), the remarkable Bauhaus artist and art teacher who taught children in the Terezín ghetto and concentration camp.
July 1, 2004 - October 31, 2004
In this collection of videos, three artists examine the pleasures and pains of city life. Works by Jem Cohen, Neil Goldberg, and Shalom Gorewitz.
June 25, 2004 - January 16, 2005
On the occasion of The Jewish Museum's centennial, artist Shimon Attie, in collaboration with Norman Ballard, presents a year-long, multimedia installation that illuminates the shifting conversations that have shaped the museum's mission over the last century.
May 21, 2004 - September 19, 2004
The Jewish Museum will present the first major exhibition of Italian painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) in New York since his 1951 retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art.
April 18, 2004 - June 30, 2004
Ghosts and memories linger in Gate of Death, a melancholy and haunting video meditation on the Holocaust, presented in conjunction with Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) on April 18.
March 26, 2004 - July 25, 2004
Works by such prominent artists as Ilse Bing, Morris Louis, Elie Nadelman, Ben Shahn, and Alfred Stieglitz, among others, illuminate the intersection of American art and Jewish-American history in the first half of the 20th century.
February 6, 2004 - April 11, 2004
Jacobi learned the principles of photography from her father, and, in 1927, took over the family portrait studio in Berlin.