Installation by Helene Aylon, My Bridal Chamber, 2001: a) My Marriage Bed, bed and video projection, 6 min. loop, b) My Clean Days, installation: black marker on photocopies, paper and gauze. Photo: Elad Sarig
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Looking Back at Matronita: Jewish Feminist Art

Dvora Liss

In this lecture, Dvora Liss, Judaica Curator at the Mishkan Museum of Art in Ein Harod, explores the roles of women in Judaism through an examination of Jewish feminist art. According to Liss, there is a very important universal conversation taking place regarding the marginalization of women in Judaism that leads Jewish women to create art from this vantage point. Liss seeks to push the conversation beyond sweeping overviews by looking at examples of art produced by Jewish American and Israeli female artists. We will re-examine the exhibition, “Matronita—Jewish Feminist Art”, that was held in 2012 at the Mishkan Museum of Art in Ein Harod. Dvora Liss the co-curator of this show, (curated together with Dr. David Sperber) will present the works from this groundbreaking exhibition together with shows that she curated post Matronita.

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21.3.2022
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Installation by Helene Aylon, My Bridal Chamber, 2001: a) My Marriage Bed, bed and video projection, 6 min. loop, b) My Clean Days, installation: black marker on photocopies, paper and gauze. Photo: Elad Sarig
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Looking Back at Matronita: Jewish Feminist Art

Dvora Liss, Judaica and Contemporary Jewish Art Curator at the Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod

In this lecture, Dvora Liss, Judaica Curator at the Mishkan Museum of Art in Ein Harod, explores the roles of women in Judaism through an examination of Jewish feminist art. According to Liss, there is a very important universal conversation taking place regarding the marginalization of women in Judaism that leads Jewish women to create art from this vantage point. Liss seeks to push the conversation beyond sweeping overviews by looking at examples of art produced by Jewish American and Israeli female artists. We will re-examine the exhibition, “Matronita—Jewish Feminist Art”, that was held in 2012 at the Mishkan Museum of Art in Ein Harod. Dvora Liss the co-curator of this show, (curated together with Dr. David Sperber) will present the works from this groundbreaking exhibition together with shows that she curated post Matronita.

Mon
21.3.2022
20:00
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