Visual Moment

Visual Moment focuses on exhibitions, films, art, architecture, events or stories with compelling visual content and a connection to Jewish subjects or issues. Recent columns have featured such divergent topics as the avant-garde fashions of mid-century designer Rudi Gernreich and the saga of a family photo album that was smuggled out of the Kovno Ghetto in Lithuania in 1943. Scroll down to see examples of this engaging feature.

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  • Visual Moment | Lost Time: Painting through a Pandemic

    Confined to her home studio in Ramat Gan outside Tel Aviv during the COVID-19 lockdown, Kiev-born Israeli artist Zoya Cherkassky started producing a painting a day....

  • Visual Moment | The Daring Madame D’Ora

    Recalling a past that was so different from wartime and its terrors, she wrote: “I was only familiar with one of them, the one perfumed with luxury and flowered with orchids.”...

  • Visual Moment | Grand Dame of American Art

    In many ways, Edith Halpert embodied the spirit of American pragmatism, which is how she explained herself: “I either had to stagnate, which was a thing I dreaded, or go ahead, and the only way to go ahead was to do something beyond what I was doing."...

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