Installation view of the exhibition Other Primary Structures: Others 2. The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo: Kris Graves . View Exhibition Page

Installation view, Mel Bochner: Strong Language. Artwork © Mel Bochner. ​View Exhibition Page

​Installation view featuring: Diane Arbus (1923–71), A Jewish giant at home with his parents, in the Bronx, N.Y., 1970, gelatin silver print, printed by Neil Selkirk. The Jewish Museum, NY. Artwork © The Estate of Diane Arbus. Exhibition gallery photo by David Heald. ​View Exhibition Page

Installation view, Using Walls, Floors, and Ceilings: Mel Bochner. Artwork © Mel Bochner. ​View Exhibition Page

Installation view of Sights and Sounds: Global Film and Video in the Goodkind Media Center. Photo by David Heald. ​View Exhibition Page

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On View: ​Other Primary Structures

Installation view of the exhibition Other Primary Structures: Others 2. The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo: Kris Graves . View Exhibition Page

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