The Jewish Museum Purim Ball After Party is coming up February 26, and we can’t wait - open bar, dessert, dancing, and DJs AndrewAndrew. Tickets are $100 ($50 tax deductible) - purchase here!
The Jewish Museum Purim Ball After Party is coming up February 26, and we can’t wait - open bar, dessert, dancing, and DJs AndrewAndrew. Tickets are $100 ($50 tax deductible) - purchase here!

The Jewish Museum Purim Ball After Party is coming up February 26, and we can’t wait - open bar, dessert, dancing, and DJs AndrewAndrew. Tickets are $100 ($50 tax deductible) - purchase here!

Introducing the JM26

As we close out a fantastic year here at The Jewish Museum, we’ve put together the JM26, a year-end list for your enjoyment. The list includes 26 thought-provoking and entertaining events, people, and ideas that have made a mark in 2013 - everything from this year’s “Thanksgivukkah” festivities to the opening of the Mark Rothko Art Center in Latvia. Why 26, you ask? Learn here.

Wishing you a very Happy New Year, and we will see you at the Museum in 2014! 

Painter Alice Neel was born today in 1900. Her depiction of art historian Meyer Schapiro (from our collection) stands at the end of a long line of psychologically penetrating portraits. By isolating her sitters in the comfortable setting of her studio and applying an expressive use of color, Neel sought to capture the individual characteristics of the public personalities that peopled her bohemia. http://ow.ly/h6STG
Painter Alice Neel was born today in 1900. Her depiction of art historian Meyer Schapiro (from our collection) stands at the end of a long line of psychologically penetrating portraits. By isolating her sitters in the comfortable setting of her studio and applying an expressive use of color, Neel sought to capture the individual characteristics of the public personalities that peopled her bohemia. http://ow.ly/h6STG

Painter Alice Neel was born today in 1900. Her depiction of art historian Meyer Schapiro (from our collection) stands at the end of a long line of psychologically penetrating portraits. By isolating her sitters in the comfortable setting of her studio and applying an expressive use of color, Neel sought to capture the individual characteristics of the public personalities that peopled her bohemia. http://ow.ly/h6STG

Robert Motherwell was born today in 1915.In 1950 architect Percival Goodman asked the painter to create a mural for the entry hall of Congregation B’nai Israel in Millburn, NJ. This preparatory study shows abstracted Jewish symbols which Motherwell incorporated into his final design. Find out more here: http://ow.ly/h5TMI
Robert Motherwell was born today in 1915.In 1950 architect Percival Goodman asked the painter to create a mural for the entry hall of Congregation B’nai Israel in Millburn, NJ. This preparatory study shows abstracted Jewish symbols which Motherwell incorporated into his final design. Find out more here: http://ow.ly/h5TMI
Robert Motherwell was born today in 1915.In 1950 architect Percival Goodman asked the painter to create a mural for the entry hall of Congregation B’nai Israel in Millburn, NJ. This preparatory study shows abstracted Jewish symbols which Motherwell incorporated into his final design. Find out more here: http://ow.ly/h5TMI

Robert Motherwell was born today in 1915.In 1950 architect Percival Goodman asked the painter to create a mural for the entry hall of Congregation B’nai Israel in Millburn, NJ. This preparatory study shows abstracted Jewish symbols which Motherwell incorporated into his final design. Find out more here: http://ow.ly/h5TMI

"I must find something clear, stable and peaceful within myself." Eva Hesse was born today in 1936.

Eva Hesse, Untitled, 1963-64, oil on canvas. The Jewish Museum, New York
"I must find something clear, stable and peaceful within myself." Eva Hesse was born today in 1936.

Eva Hesse, Untitled, 1963-64, oil on canvas. The Jewish Museum, New York

"I must find something clear, stable and peaceful within myself." Eva Hesse was born today in 1936.


Eva Hesse, Untitled, 1963-64, oil on canvas. The Jewish Museum, New York

A colorful work from the collection for a dreary NYC morning… Menashe Kadishman, Untitled, 1981
A colorful work from the collection for a dreary NYC morning… Menashe Kadishman, Untitled, 1981

A colorful work from the collection for a dreary NYC morning… Menashe Kadishman, Untitled, 1981

Artist Beth Lipman discusses her artwork, “Laid Table with Etrog Container and Pastry Molds,” a commission for The Jewish Museum, New York. Currently on view in the exhibition Collection Tableaux.