Tag Archives: Art and Religion

Schachter’s Manifesto by Richard McBee

“Image, Action, and Idea in Contemporary Jewish Art” by Ben Schachter The Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, Pennsylvania (2017). Jewish Art Salon’s founding member Richard McBee’s excellent review of Jewish Art Salon’s advisor Ben Schachter’s new book was published in the Times of Israel Blog February 19th, 2018.   “Ben Schachter declared on February […]

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’s Art & Religion in the 21st Century

Jewish Art Salon advisor Aaron Rosen, PhD, has a new book out, which is garnering lots of attention. Art & Religion in the 21st Century, published by Thames & Hudson, is available on Amazon here.     In an increasingly secular world what images and representations do contemporary artists draw upon when they create ‘religious’ works of […]

Art and Religion in the 21st Century by Aaron Rosen

Art and Religion in the 21st Century takes a fresh approach to the connection between art and religion; it seeks to redefine their relationship in the contemporary age. This book features work by 2 salon members, Tobi Kahn and Siona Benjamin; the Jewish Art Salon is honored to have its author, Aaron Rosen, PhD, serving on our Advisory […]