1) The Seventeen: Iron Flock

Well-known artist Archie Rand‘s works about Jewish women featured in his electrically charged canvases, a continuation of his forty-year artistic enterprise, exploring Jewish texts conceptually informed by twentieth-century culture. Rand’s pioneering series “The Chapter Paintings”, instigated the groundbreaking 1996 “Too Jewish” exhibition at The Jewish Museum. His work is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, and Bibliothèque Nationale de France, among many others. Archie and his curator, Samantha Baskind, are Jewish Art Salon members.

2) ActivateA New York Women’s Perspective

The Jewish Art Salon group exhibition , featuring the work of six artists, whose divergent art practices together investigate the complexities of life as a woman today. Exploring physical and political power, this show centers systemic, holistic, female-driven change. Artists: Joan RothSiona BenjaminYona VerwerRonit Levin DelgadoChelsea Steinberg-Gay and Goldie Gross. Curator: Hadas Glazer (Tel Aviv).