Installation view of the exhibition Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television. The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo by: David Heald.  View Exhibition Page

Through September 27, 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 16, 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

Through August 16, 2015

Newcomb and Lynn Spigel discuss early television’s role in popularizing modernism, and consider how TV continues to influence American tastes and ways of seeing the world.

Detail, Andy Warhol, Get Smart cover art for TV Guide, March 5, 1966. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

May 28, 6:30 - 8 pm

Chantal Joffe, Susan Sontag, 2014. Oil on board, 8 ¼ × 11 ⅛ × ⅜ in. Courtesy the Artist and Victoria Miro, London. © Chantal Joffe. Courtesy of the artist, Victoria Miro, London and Cheim & Read, New York. View Exhibition Page 

Through October 27, 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

Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Will I still carry water when I am a dead woman?, 2013, video, sound, 11 min., 56 sec. Artwork © Wura-Natasha Ogunji, provided by the artist. View exhibition page.

Through May 28, 2015

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

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Through September 27, 2015

Installation view of the exhibition Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television. The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo by: David Heald.  View Exhibition Page

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Gert Wollheim, American, b. German, 1894-1974

Untitled (Couple)

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

Torah Ark Torah Ark from Adath Yeshurun Synagogue

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Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert, American, b. Germany, 1900-1981

Passover Set

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Max Weber, American, b. Russia, 1881-1961

Sabbath

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

Six Prayers

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Adolph Gottlieb, American, 1903-1974

Return of the Mariner

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John Ruslen, active 1656-c. 1715

Presentation Tray Lord Mayor’s Tray

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Weegee (born Arthur Fellig), American, b. Poland, 1899-1968

Max Is Rushing in the Bagels to a Restaurant on Second Avenue for the Morning Trade

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Ross Bleckner, American, b. 1949

Double Portrait (Gay Flag)

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