Category Laurie Wohl

NATURAL INSTINCTS Exhibition

The Jewish Art Salon presents Natural Instincts, an exhibition hosted by the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford, CT. Opening Reception: Thursday, October 26th, 6-8 PM. Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT. 21 Charter Oak Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106 October 26 – November 18, 2017, Monday-Friday 9:30-5:30 Directions and parking here. This exhibition will bring together works […]

To Forgive and Remember at the Derfner Museum

To Forgive and Remember: Reshaping Contemporary Consciousness On view September 10, 2015–January 3, 2016 Reception with the artists: Sunday, October 18, 3:30–5:30 p.m. R.S.V.P. art@hebrewhome.org or 718.581.1330 Planned to coincide with the Jewish High Holidays, this exhibition of 15 works by nine contemporary artists surveys both the historical and present impact of judgment, forgiveness, oneness and remembrance on […]

Laurie Wohl Exhibit at Union Theological Seminary

“BIRDS OF LONGING: EXILE AND MEMORY” Opening Reception Wednesday, April 15, 2015 – 6-8 pm James Chapel – Union Theological Seminary 3041 Broadway @ 121st St., NYC. Regular hours: 9-5 weekdays and by appointment   Laurie Wohl’s new project “Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory” interweaves Muslim, Jewish and Christian poetry and spiritual texts from the period […]

Laurie Wohl’s “Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory”

Wohl’s traveling exhibit is now at the Patio Gallery, Louisville JCC, until February 24, 2015. Spiritual texts and poetry of the three Abrahamic religions from the period of the Convivencia in Spain are interwoven with texts by contemporary Middle Eastern poets in the context of Wohl’s Unweavings® fiber art pieces. Patio Gallery exhibit hours: M-Th  8:30 […]

THE DURA EUROPOS PROJECT: An ancient site revisited through 21st century eyes

  Artists examine what the ancient Dura Europos artists did with subject, style, history, idea, underlying texts and their myriad commentaries, and they provide their own 21st century interpretations. This includes depictions of the Jewish texts, episodes from history, ideas of the sacred, evoking a historical style, Jewish and pagan identities, and sacred space. This […]

TZELEM

This project was produced in conjunction with LABA, the National Laboratory for New Jewish Culture at the 14 Street Y. April 26 – May 17, 2009, Stanton Street Synagogue The pioneering importance of this exhibit, Tzelem-Likeness and Presence in Jewish Art, was that it corralled, for the first time, a diverse, balanced and complete range of […]