December 2, 2005 - April 2, 2006
The first major museum show ever devoted to the great French actress will illuminate her life and art through painting, sculpture, photography, costumes, jewelry, stage designs, her furniture and personal effects, as well as selected films and recordings.
November 1, 2005 - February 28, 2006
This 30-minute compilation of video clips from the Museum's broadcast archive examines portrayals of interfaith and intercultural love on television.
September 23, 2005 - January 29, 2006
Through works by distinguished contemporary photographers and video artists, this exhibition will explore the remarkably diverse face of Jewish life in the United States today.
September 2, 2005 - October 23, 2005
Drawn from the collection of The Jewish Museum, paintings by self-taught Israeli and American artists encompass Jewish holidays, scenes of daily life, and biblical themes running the gamut from the joyous to the tragic. Memory and vivid imagination act as catalysts in the creation of astonishing pictorial worlds.
August 12, 2005 - October 23, 2005
Over 30 of Joan Snyder's major works are presented in the most comprehensive museum survey of this influential artist's paintings to date. This exhibition incorporates groundbreaking 1970s "stroke paintings" and subsequent works expressing Snyder's political and social concerns and personal associations.
July 1, 2005 - October 31, 2005
This film, adapted from a stage work by a Toronto-based dance company, offers a contemporary perspective on a European community confronted with the Holocaust.
April 15, 2005 - August 14, 2005
Through original drawings, sketches, costumes, and sets, this exhibition will examine Sendak's art, his Jewish identity, and his latest work, Brundibar -- a picture book and opera created in collaboration with Tony Kushner.
March 9, 2005 - June 30, 2005
In this exhibition of recent videos, Alona Friedberg, Limor Orenstein, Sharon Glazberg, and Hilla Lulu Lin use the human body and stunning imagery to examine nationhood, landscape, and personal history.
March 4, 2005 - July 10, 2005
The exhibition will examine representative salons from Berlin, Vienna, Paris, London, New York, and Milan, their hosts, participants, and the art that flourished as a result of the contacts and conversations that took place there.