Tag Archives: The Invisible Jew

Reading Clothing

The NJ Jewish Standard features 2 of the artists in an article on our exhibition The Invisible Jew. “Local artists exhibit at show where modesty drapes the discussion” BY JOANNE PALMER, June 21, 2018 Modesty — tzniut, to call it by its Hebrew name — is a spiritual value by which all Jews are supposed […]

A True Representation Of Orthodox Women

Shira Hanau’s article in the NY Jewish Week, “A True Representation Of Orthodox Women”, about the lack of representation of women in the media, quotes the curator of our upcoming exhibition. “This dichotomy of having no women in magazines but women all over social media makes the lack of representation of women in the media […]

A conspicuous absence

Article in the New Jersey Jewish News, “A conspicuous absence” discusses our upcoming exhibit “The Invisible Jew” by Debra Rubin. … “Ultra-Orthodox women can feel invisible in their communities. Their photos don’t appear in newspapers or in public announcements, and men make the rules on how they should act, dress, and live. Artists have responded […]

The Invisible Jew in the Jewish Telegraph

    PM HAS DESIGNS ON ANNA’S WORK. Manchester artist Anna Roberts was surprised and honoured when an Instagram image she had designed was shared on Tuesday by Prime Minister Theresa May. Liverpool-born Anna drew a picture which represented Manchester on the anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Manchester Arena. The 28-year-old said: “I […]