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Unclear Origins: Swiss Investigate Museum Collections for Nazi Looted Art

Unclear Origins: Swiss Investigate Museum Collections for Nazi Looted Art
By January 25, 2011

What is to become of paintings with such shady origins as those in Swiss museums suspected of being products of Nazi looting? Revisiting the landmark case involving a Klimt of similar provenance that became the most expensive painting ever sold may shed some light. Read More

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PUNK JEWS presents ON THE EDGE with DeLeon

PUNK JEWS presents ON THE EDGE with DeLeon
By January 4, 2011

A celebration of the upcoming Punk Jews documentary series. Four breakthrough Jewish artists take the stage who exemplify this new movement of smashing stereotypes and breaking down boundaries. Be our guest for dancing, screenings, and raffles to help us kick … Read More

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Jewcy Top 10 Art Books of 2010

Jewcy Top 10 Art Books of 2010
By December 29, 2010

Our resident art nerd discusses the best art books of the past year. Read More

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Newsflash: There Is Life In The Israeli Art World Outside Of Its Major Metropolises

Newsflash: There Is Life In The Israeli Art World Outside Of Its Major Metropolises
By December 9, 2010

A refreshing survey of Israeli art shows there is more to the country than just Tel Aviv. Read More

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Jewcy L.A. Insider: Maira Kalman At The Skirball Cultural Center

Jewcy L.A. Insider: Maira Kalman At The Skirball Cultural Center
By November 16, 2010

Starting tonight and running through February 13th, 2011, the first museum survey of the work of Maira Kalman, Tel Aviv born the illustrator, author, and designer. From drawing and covers for The New Yorker to collaborations with Isaac Mizrahi — … Read More

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The Artwork Of Banksy And Art Terrorism

The Artwork Of Banksy And Art Terrorism
By November 28, 2006

British “art terrorist” Banksy envisions a society in which art is no longer cloistered away in galleries and private collections, where it’s no longer whored out and sapped of vitality by commercial sponsors. Banksy imagines a city where art is … Read More

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