Jewish Museum London, supported by Tsitsit Festival
Artists and sisters Katy and Rebecca Beinart present artwork and research developed through a process of correspondence during the pandemic. The exhibition features paper sculptures, prints and videos that emerge from their long-term collaboration exploring family history and migration.
This selection of works from the Jewish Museum collection illustrates the multiple and changing ways in which artists have tried to shape and convey a person’s image through portraiture.
'Sephardi Voices' brings to life the experiences of Jewish immigrants to the UK from across the Islamic world through objects, photographs, and video interviews of Jews from Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and beyond.
Discover the story of how Jewish ceramicists transformed British studio pottery and influenced successive generations of ceramic artists.
Have tea with a life-size Tiger, curl up in Mog’s basket with one of Judith Kerr’s classic picture books, and discover the childhood drawings of a girl escaping Hitler’s Germany.
Abram Games was one of the most important and influential figures of 20th century graphic design.
Entertaining the Nation explored the fascinating untold story of Jewish contribution to British entertainment from Victorian music hall to the stars of today.
An exhibition of photographs revealed the almost forgotten Jewish community of southern Morocco, where for over 1000 years Jewish life was marked by social and cultural co-existence with Muslim society.
An immersive and playful exhibition that explores the unique imagination of the co-creator, with Albert Uderzo, of the Astérix comics.