The Anne Frank Center USA is Announcing the Opening Reception of Faith & Form, a New Exhibit with the Jewish Art Salon 1.15.14 in NY

Work by 21 Jewish Art Salon members demonstrating a bold vision of contemporary art at The Anne Frank Center USA from 1.15.14 through 3.28.14. Opening reception January 15, 2014 from 6 to 9 P.M.

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The exhibit features artists from the USA, Israel and Europe whose work addresses themes of intolerance, identity, anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination, explains Yvonne Simons, Executive Director.

New York, New York (PRWEB) January 09, 2014

The 21 artists in the exhibit are:
Robin Atlas, Shoshannah Brombacher, Dorit Jordan Dotan, Ash Fitzgerald, Lorelei and Alex Gruss, Reineke Hollander, Michal Mahgerefteh, Paul Margolis, Jacob Mezrahi, Aaron Morgan, Marcy Rivka Nehorai, Mark Podwal, Carol Phillips, Deborah Raichman, Joan Roth, Lynn Russell, Gillian Singer, Arlene Sokolow, Yona Verwer, Julian Voloj, and Joyce Weinstein.

Faith & Form consists of multi-media work depicting a range of subjects. Sketches exploring the myth of the Golem and abstract work featuring stones from Treblinka are presented along side an homage to the lost ghetto of Krakow. This broad survey also features photography detailing the lives of Jewish émigré communities; sacred Jewish objects for sale at an antique market in Vienna, and work directly confronting stereotypes. Faith, history and identity inform the work of these 21 artists, asserting a vision of contemporary art that is as bold as it is diverse.

About The Anne Frank Center USA
Founded in 1977 by Anne’s father Otto, The Anne Frank Center USA, a partner of the Anne Frank House, uses the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as unique tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities in the U.S. and Canada about the dangers of intolerance, anti-semitism, racism and discrimination, and to inspire the next generation to build a world based on equal rights and mutual respect. Through a variety of innovative education programs and exhibitions, the Center uses Anne Frank as a role model for today. Her insights and courage continue to inspire students, educators and citizens more than 60 years after her diary was first published. The Anne Frank Center USA is a non-sectarian, educational organization, that is not-for-profit under the Internal Revenue Code Section {501 (c) (3)}. Contributions to the organization are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

About the Jewish Art Salon
The Jewish Art Salon catalyzes and celebrates contemporary art with Jewish themes. The Salon is an innovative and global community of artists, art professionals and art enthusiasts. Since 2008 it organizes bi-monthly meetings in the New York area to provide the opportunity to show and discuss cutting-edge contemporary art exploring Jewish themes and related to current issues. The Salon organizes exhibitions, panel discussions and educational & other art programming with leading international artists and scholars, in order to create an appreciation for innovative Jewish art in the contemporary art world. In addition the Salon offers a wide range of Jewish art programming for artists and non-artists in the form of interactive workshops and lectures. The Salon works both independently and in partnership with art institutes and non-profits. Its initiatives and programs reach out to both the Jewish and non-Jewish community.


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