unirdg-collections: Ever wonder where a museum gets its objects? In the case of this reversible plough, we drag them out of hedges! Our curators in the 1960s had a tour of a farm in Cornwall and were so taken with this abandoned plough they brought it back to the museum. A favourite in our collection […]
Thank you to Hi Lo Magazine for this feature on our brand new exhibition! hilomagazine: Exhibition: Designing the 20th Century: Life and Work of Abram Games | Jewish Museum London Official War Artist, graphic designer, illustrator: Abram Games had it all. See it at the exhibition of his life and works at the Jewish Museum London. 8 September […]
A fantastic article from Time Out about the upcoming Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait exhibition, at the Jewish Museum London from 3 July – 15 September.
We are excited to announce Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait, an intimate exhibition co-curated with Amy’s brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva featuring never before seen photographs and personal objects. Click here for more details and to book tickets.
isitjuicy: R. B. Kitaj “Los Angeles No. 9”, 1996-2002. Telling of devotion and togetherness, the pictures in Kitaj’s Los Angeles Series express his longing for his dead wife, Sandra Fisher. While most of the pictures in the series portray in mystical compositions, here they are sitting together in their car, against the background of an […]
lalouver: Two exhibitions of late artist R.B. Kitaj are on view at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester and the Jewish Museum in London’s Camden town. They were recently reviewed in The Economist in an article that recounts Kitaj’s life and work as exemplified through these two exhibitions. It also makes mention of the painting […]
R.B. Kitaj: Obsessions – The Art of Identity at the Jewish Museum London until 16 June If Not, Not, 1975, Oil and black chalk on canvas, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; R.B. Kitaj Estate.