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Hannah Altman in Artforum and Barcelona Foto Biennale

Photographer Hannah Altman, JAS Emerging Artist Member, has been awarded the Yale University 2022-23 Blanksteen Artist in Residence at the Slifka Center, which received over forty applications. With an award of $10,000 she has been commissioned to create an original work that explores Jewish narrative.

Hannah was featured in Artforum’s “STATES OF MIND Toward an alternative future for Jewish art”. Image: “View of “Havruta,” 2022, Heaven Gallery, Chicago. Photo: Guanyu Xu. 

By Solomon Brager:

WHO CARES ABOUT JEWISH ART, and where does it belong? The category has long faced a problem wherein work is either too Jewish—too niche, too religious, too rootless-cosmopolitan—or too secular, too queer, too political (often code for too anti-Zionist). Jewish spaces censor their own; non-Jewish spaces are afraid to engage”. Article continues here.

Exhibition at Barcelona Foto Biennale. Hannah is a finalist in the 2021 Julia Margaret Cameron Award Portrait Series; her work will be on view funtil October 30, 2022 at the awards exhibition at FotoNostrum Mediterranean House of Photography in Barcelona.

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