Category Aaron Rosen

The Phillips Collection – Discussion with Tobi Kahn

Exhibition extended until July 24th, 2022. PRESS: Here are links to 3 reviews of the exhibition: Hyperallergic The Brooklyn Rail Tobi Kahn: 7 Paintings at The Phillips Collection in Forbes Online Panel Discussion May 8th, 2022. Artist Tobi Kahn will be in conversation with  – Aaron Rosen, Professor of Religion & Visual Culture and Director […]

VISUAL MUSIC: Calligraphy & Sacred Texts Among Jews and Christians

SPECIAL LIVE JAS PRESENTATION OF ANG EXHIBITION AT THE HENRY LUCE III CENTER IN WASHINGTON, DC! Sunday, December 12, 12 PM New York, 11 AM Chicago, 9 AM PT, 7 PM Jerusalem Visual Music: Calligraphy & Sacred Texts Among Jews and Christians. The Jewish Art Salon welcomes Visual Music Exhibition Curator Jonathan Homrighausen and Luce […]

Curating Community Through the Arts

NEW Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Track for Clergy of All Faiths Curating Community Through the Arts Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC The arts generate and sustain communities. By studying and supporting the arts, faith leaders can discover new ways to bring people together, both in church and beyond. Explore the role of art, architecture, literature, […]

Tobi Kahn and Aaron Rosen in Architectural Digest

Architectural Digest online published an article entitled,”7 Chapels designed by Artists” including James Turrell, Louise Nevelson, and Mark Rothko. Our Advisor and artist member Tobi Kahn was featured with EMET, his meditative space created in 2002 for the HealthCare Chaplaincy in New York. Our Advisor Aaron Rosen, who recently curated a large art project in Manhattan, Stations […]

Stations of the Cross – Art Exhibition across Manhattan in 14 Iconic Destinations

The Jewish Art Salon is proud to participate in this unique event; our Advisor Dr. Aaron Rosen is the co-curator, and Siona Benjamin is a featured artist. Join us Sunday February 18 at 9:30 AM. People of all faiths and spiritualities are invited on a creative and contemplative journey through Manhattan to consider injustice across […]

Aaron Rosen’s Art + Religion

Art & Religion in the 21st Century is now available in paperback.   Our advisor Aaron Rosen’s book is available here. Blaspheming artists get all the press. Some exploit the shock potential of religious imagery – but many also reflect deeply on spiritual matters and are, in fact, some of the most profound and sensitive […]

Aaron Rosen in the Guardian

An article by author and academic ( and Jewish Art Salon Advisor) Aaron Rosen appeared in the Observer and the Guardian on the 10 best places for reflection during Lent. SHALEV in New Harmony, IN, a work by Tobi Kahn, is listed alongside the Rothko Room at the Tate Modern, the Church of the Holy […]

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