ASL Tour

New York: 1962-1964 (Part I)


Vertical painting in flat, bright fields of color, of a girl's face with a radish in her mouth. She has light skin, dark hair, blue eyes, and red lips.

Thursday, October 27, 2022
6 – 7:15 pm EDT
Exhibition Galleries

Participants in the ASL community are invited to explore the exhibition New York: 1962-1964 through a guided tour led by Joyce Hom. This exhibition explores the Jewish Museum’s influential role in the early 1960’s New York art scene as a jumping-off point to examine how artists living and working in New York City responded to the events that marked this moment in time.

This is the first of two ASL tours of New York: 1962-1964, and will cover the first floor of the exhibition. The second tour, taking place on November 10, will focus on the second floor of the exhibition. Attendees may choose to participate in one, or both, of the tours. Please RSVP individually for each.

Due to limited capacity, ASL students will not be admitted to the program.

All Access Programs are free of charge and require advance reservation. Please contact or 212.433.3289 for more information or to register.

All participants will be required to wear a mask during this onsite program.

Marjorie Strider, Girl with Radish, 1963, Acrylic on laminated pine on Masonite panels. 72 x 60 in. Collection of Ruth and Theodore Baum, New York/Palm Beach, FL.