Ken Goldman at the Philadelphia Jewish Museum

SOME BODY JEWISH, a solo art exhibition by Israeli artist Ken Goldman, will be featured at the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art.

Opening Reception December 3, 5:30 – 7 PM

Artist Talk 6 PM

615 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

www.rodephshalom.org   215-627-6747

December 3 – March 1, 2016

Hours: M – F: 10 – 4pm (and by appointment). Hours subject to change.
Please call (215) 627-6747 to confirm.
Ken_GoldmanGoldman, born in the USA, moved to Kibbutz Shluchot in Beit She’an in 1985. 

His art is in the collection of Mishkan LeOmanut, Ein Harod Israel, and the Wolfson Museum in Jerusalem.

Goldman participated in The Jerusalem Biennale 2013 and 2015. An exhibit of his work, curated by Tobi Kahn, was shown at the Tisch Gallery at the Manhattan JCC in 2014. Goldman’s 2014 interview by Yona Verwer in Zeek Magazine can be found here.

His Jewish-themed work is filled with insider references, innuendos and humor. While seemingly irreverent the works are inspired by and react to traditional texts, traditions, services, holidays and stories. The art projects a sense of familiarity – a sense of being an active part of the ‘family / club’ – a closeness that allows him to reevaluate, reinvent and take liberties with the role,purpose and form of traditional Judaica.

Image:  Kaddish Zuger (2013) by Ken Goldman

More info on the artist here

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Latke/Vodka Chanukah Celebration
To benefit the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art 
Thursday, December 3 at 7pm 
Featuring food by Dizengoff and Feast Your Eyes 
Special guest: Chef Michael Solomonov will sign his new book  
Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking. Live Music
RSVP at rslatkevodka.eventbrite.com

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