Exhibitions

Zoe Cohen: What Was Our Vision. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2009

 

Artist's website
Exhibition essay 

Hand to Hand: Photographs by Zeva Oelbaum. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2009 (upcoming)

 

Artist's website 
Exhibition essay

 

(In)finite Place: Elyce Abrams, Paul Oberst, Rebecca Rutstein. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2008

 

Exhibition postcard
Exhibition essay 

 

"You People": Phil Blank. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2008


Exhibition brochure
 

A Kiss for the Mezuzah (Candy Depew, Jeanne Jaffe, Isaac Lin, Virgil Marti, Stuart Netsky, Norm Paris, Bruce Pollock, Isaac Resnikoff, and Shelley Spector). Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2007-2008

Exhibition brochure

 

Andrea Stern: Inheritance. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2005-2006

 

Earthheavenhaveneden: Paintings by Kathryn Frund. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2005

 

Jonathan Adler, Re:form. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2004-2005

 

Exhibition brochure 

 

Responsa: Eileen Neff, Jennie Shanker, and Richard Torchia. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2004

 

Cary Leibowitz, Assimilatiana: Conscious Consciousness. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2003-2004

 

Interview 

The Plotz Retrospective. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2003

 

Shelley Spector: Mamaloshen means Mother Tongue. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2002

 

Pure: Eight Philadelphia Painters (Steven Baris, Charles Burwell, Barry Goldberg, Neysa Grassi, Alice Oh, Bruce Pollock, Marc Salz, and Anne Seidman). Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2002

 

Robin Miller: Babel. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2001

 

Doubly Concealed: Paintings by Esther Solondz. Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, 2000

 

Drawing Sounds: An Installation by William Anastasi in Honor of John Cage. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1993 (co-organizer)

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