Category Tanya Fredman

Tanya Fredman in Shma’s Yetzer Ha’ra

The December issue of Shma Now features the artwork of Tanya Fredman. The editor writes: In an election dominated by stories of hypocrisy, deception, lying, sexual misconduct, secrecy, fake news—and much more—we at Sh’ma Now find ourselves thinking about the Jewish sensibility of “yetzer ha’ra,” the evil inclination. While the drama of the election is over, hate crimes are increasing, tried […]

Rhythm. Fabric. Soul.

Solo exhibition by Tanya Fredman at the Jerusalem Theater, through November 12. Curated by Noga Arad-Ayalon. The exhibit features vibrant African fabric collages, sculpted paintings and paper-cut mobiles which reflect Fredman’s experience teaching art in Rwanda, working with Ethiopian Israeli youth, and relating to diverse cultures through dance and movement. The Jerusalem Theater, Sherover Gallery. […]

9/11 IN 2011

The Educational Alliance in New York will feature the Jewish Art Salon’s 9-11 Window Installation at the Ernest Rubinstein Gallery, in concert with Tobi Kahn’s exhibit Embodied Light, 9-11 in 2011. Exhibit dates:  September 14 – November 23, 2011 Hours: Best viewed in daylight. Location: Ernest Rubenstein Gallery Windows Jefferson Street near East Broadway, New […]

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 […]