Tag Archives: Emily Bilski

Andi Arnovitz – Acquisitions and Current Exhibitions

Works by Andi Arnovitz have recently been acquired by the following institutions: The United States Library of Congress: her collaborative artists book “The House is in the Book” which was created during Covid with two other international  artists; curated by Emily Bilski.  Michigan State University: five of her artists books for their permanent collection. The Burn and […]

Linda Lieff Altabef at the Kol Haot Gallery

After a month long residency at Kol Haot Gallery in Jerusalem, Linda Lieff Altabef was inspired by the deeper meaning of the Hebrew alphabet to carve her own letters and patterns into linocut prints. Curator: Emily D. Bilski Opening: June 1, 2022. Closing: July 14, 2022 Kol Haot Gallery, Hutzot Hayotzer, Jerusalem Photos courtesy of […]


Sunday, December 26, 12 PM New York, 11 AM Chicago, 9 AM PT, 7 PM Israel Join the Jewish Art Salon for a special program about the 2021 Jerusalem Biennale! Director of the Biennale Rami Ozeri, will join us to talk about the exhibitions.   In addition, Biennale exhibition curators Emily Bilski and Dvora Liss, […]

Mamzerim Exhibition * Book * Film * Activism

Mamzerim Exhibition 1.10.17-16.11.17; Book Launch 29.10.17 Bezeq Building, Chopin 12, Jerusalem. Mamzerut’s mark of shame is imprinted upon innocent children. An artistic-activist journey into the stories of men, women and children, punished by people in the name of God. ‘Mamzer’ is a halakhic concept that has received legal status in the State of Israel, and […]

The Golem at the Jewish Museum Berlin

  The Jewish Museum Berlin features a major exhibition about the golem until 29 January 2017. Two Jewish Art Salon members, Mark Podwal and Tobi Kahn, are included in this exhibit curated by Emily Bilski.  Mark Podwal is represented with seven ink drawings; his other Golem works will also be included in a different Golem exhibition in Paris opening in […]

Symposium- Contemporary Jewish Art in America

The Jerusalem Biennale, in conjunction with the Jewish Art Salon exhibit New York / New Work, features a symposium November 1, 2015, 17:00-20:30. Moderator: David Sperber. Polonsky Academy Auditorium, Van Leer Institute 43 Jabotinsky Street, Jerusalem The symposium marks the closing of the exhibition New York/New Work: Contemporary Jewish Art in NYC. Program: 17:00-17:30- Greetings by Rami Ozeri, Founder […]

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