Leonard Freed: Israel Magazine, 1967-1968

Fifty black and white photographs from Freed’s estate, many of which were reproduced in Israel Magazine—an English language journal marketed to the Jewish diaspora following the Six-Day War. This is the first exhibition to examine this period of Freed’s work and the context in which these images were published.

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Shay Zilberman - The Akhnif

Israeli artist Shay Zilberman presents his new work, The Akhnif, a contemporary interpretation of the 19th-century cape worn by Jewish men in the southern Atlas Mountains. His new cape, a sculptural object as well as an item of clothing, examines relationships between identity, body, and place.

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Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.

The exhibit features Jim Lommasson’s large-scale photographs of precious objects preserved by survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides. The survivors, or family members, have inscribed reflections directly onto the prints, which are displayed together with the physical artifacts themselves.

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Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare

Through personal narratives, this multi-sensory exhibit explores the intersection of politics, art, economics, and society during Hollywood’s Red Scare and examines the shifting definition of what it meant and means to be patriotic.

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Israel: Then & Now

The exhibition from the Maltz Museum documents Israel’s profound evolution over 70 years, highlighting the country’s natural wonders, vibrant economy, and dynamic culture with milestone moments, historic images, interactive media, and film to explore the unique country that is Israel.

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The Jewish Experience: Pogrom

This traveling exhibit features 45 rare, archival photographs documenting anti-Jewish violence in Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova. They are displayed in illuminated kiosks together with a five-minute video overview excerpted from the documentary "My Dear Children."

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Pointing the Way

"Pointing the Way," sponsored by the Barr Foundation, is the first traveling exhibition of contemporary and traditional Torah pointers, demonstrating how this fascinating, intimate ritual object evolved through the ages and continues to inspire contemporary creativity.

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Stitching History From the Holocaust

This exhibit uses the narrative of one couple to explore the Holocaust. Through the story of Hedwig and Paul Strnad, visitors will build their understanding of transcontinental connections, Bohemian Jewish history, Theresienstadt concentration camp and the fashion industry in Czechoslovakia. 
Space: 550 square feet
Rental Fee: $10,000 for 3 months

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