Installation view of the exhibition Repetition and Difference, March 13, 2015 – August 9, 2015. © The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo by: David Heald.  View Exhibition Page

Through August 9, 2015

Installation view of the exhibition Laurie Simmons: How We See, March 13, 2015 – August 9, 2015. © The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo by: David Heald. Art © Laurie Simmons, courtesy the artist and Salon 94. View Exhibition Page

Through August 9, 2015

Installation view of the exhibition Masterpieces & Curiosities: Nicole Eisenman’s Seder, March 13, 2015 – August 9, 2015. © The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo by: David Heald.  View Exhibition Page

Through August 9, 2015

Henry J. Leir Curator Susan Braunstein speaks about the Judaica objects included in Repetition and Difference, which gathers seemingly identical works from the Museum’s collection to examine how differences and derivations can reveal significant meanings about artistic production, social issues, and prevailing political conditions. Learn More!

Tuesday, March 31

Tehnica Schweiz, Gasium et Circenses (Gas and Games), 2013, video, sound, 17 min., made in collaboration with Katarina Šević. Artwork © Tehnica Schweiz. View exhibition page.

Through April 30, 2015

Installation view of Using Walls, Floors and Ceilings: Willem de Rooij, Bouquet XI, 2014. White fiberglass vase, plinth, flower arrangement of allergenic flowers originating from the Middle East, first version created by Bella Meyer, New York. Courtesy of Petzel Gallery, New York, and Regen Projects, Los Angeles. Photo by: David Heald View Exhibition Page

Through April 19, 2015

Installation view, Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey. © The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo: David Heald. View Exhibition Page

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Through August 9, 2015

Installation view of the exhibition Repetition and Difference, March 13, 2015 – August 9, 2015. © The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo by: David Heald.  View Exhibition Page

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Anni Albers, American, b. Germany, 1899-1994

Six Prayers

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Samuel Hirszenberg, Polish, 1865-1908

The Black Banner

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Alice Neel, American, 1900-1984

Meyer Schapiro

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Wallace Berman, American, 1926-1976

Untitled

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Michael Berkowitz, American, b. 1952

Marriage Dress Fashions for the Millennium: Protective Amulet Costume

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Abraham Shulkin, American, b. Russia, 1852-1918

Torah Ark Torah Ark from Adath Yeshurun Synagogue

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Johann Valentin Schüler, 1650-1720; master 1680

Sabbath/Festival Lamp

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