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    had amassed 400 portraits of movies stars including Clark Gable Judy Garland Gary Cooper and Shirley Temple which went undiscovered until 2001 the year of his death at age 89 This short compiles and releases these gems as part of an inquiry into Pashkovsky s motivations and the glamour of anonymity New York Premiere Thursday January 14 1 30pm 6 30pm Ben Zaken Efrat Corem Israel 2014 DCP 85m Hebrew with English subtitles Shlomi Ben Zaken lives with his mother brother and 11 year old daughter on a run down housing estate in the small Israeli city of Ashkelon As a single parent of a troubled child he confronts a series of hardships and difficult decisions space is tight in the apartment work life is stagnant and social services threaten to break up the family Efrat Corem s remarkable debut feature is a sensitive and austere portrait of a father and family attempting to redefine themselves against all odds New York Premiere Monday January 18 6 45pm Wednesday January 20 1 30pm Carvalho s Journey Steve Rivo USA 2015 DCP 85m Carvalho s Journey tells the extraordinary story of Solomon Nunes Carvalho an explorer and artist who photographed the sweeping vistas and treacherous terrain of the American West in the mid 19th century Born in Charleston South Carolina Carvalho was a middle class portrait painter and an observant Sephardic Jew who had never saddled a horse Everything changed in 1853 when he joined the famed explorer John C Frémont on his Fifth Westward Expedition a 2 400 mile journey from New York City to California Carvalho s experience as a Jew on the Western trail was unprecedented and his photography provides a clear window into the interethnic cultural exchanges that shaped America in the era of Manifest Destiny New York Premiere Monday January 25 1 00pm 6 00pm Cinema A Public Affair Tatiana Brandrup Germany 2015 DCP 100m Russian German and Hebrew with English subtitles In 1989 as the Soviet Union was collapsing and giving rise to the perestroika reform movement Russian film historian Naum Kleiman founded the Moscow State Central Cinema Museum Within a decade the museum accrued more than 150 000 titles in its electronic catalog and became a haven for artistic and intellectual discourse in the new political era It was a tragic and symbolic gesture then when the cultural ministry scandalously closed the museum and dismissed Kleiman amid nationwide censorship Tatiana Brandrup s new documentary charts the rise and fall of the museum under Kleiman s legendary leadership New York Premiere Tuesday January 19 8 45pm Wednesday January 20 4 00pm Hot Sugar s Cold World Adam Bhala Lough USA 2015 DCP 87m Hot Sugar s Cold World is a fly on the wall portrait of Nick Koenig a New York based record producer who works under the name Hot Sugar He constructs beats using only sounds from the world around him and many of his days are spent in search of new and exotic samples After his girlfriend the rapper Kitty goes on tour and they break up Koenig heads to Paris where he stays in the apartment of his late grandmother a Holocaust survivor Featuring appearances by the legendary filmmaker Jim Jarmusch the astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and former members of Das Racist Saturday January 23 9 30pm How to Win Enemies Gabriel Lichtmann Argentina 2015 DCP 78m Spanish with English subtitles In Argentinean filmmaker Gabriel Lichtmann s zany caper about betrayal and revenge Lucas a young Jewish lawyer and an avid consumer of detective fiction meets Bárbara in a café and is instantly smitten She is smart beautiful and shares his taste in literature But the morning after the two go home together Lucas wakes up to find Bárbara and his financial savings gone Inspired by the heroes of his favorite crime novels Lucas sets out to crack the case with just a few clues but no shortage of wits New York Premiere Thursday January 21 3 30pm 8 30pm I Don t Belong Anywhere The Cinema of Chantal Akerman Marianne Lambert Belgium 2015 DCP 67m French with English subtitles From Brussels to Tel Aviv Paris to New York the late experimental filmmaker Chantal Akerman traced a worldwide path of rugged avant garde and political art Her celebrated 1975 film Jeanne Dielman 23 quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles was declared by The New York Times upon its release as the first masterpiece of the feminine in the history of the cinema Now the documentary I Don t Belong Anywhere The Cinema of Chantal Akerman dives into the 40 film oeuvre of the Jewish Belgian pioneer U S Premiere Wednesday January 20 6 30pm The Law Christian Faure France 2015 DCP 90m French with English subtitles In the fall of 1974 the French health minister Simone Veil was in charge of a daunting task to pass a law legalizing abortion in France Christian Faure s riveting courtroom drama follows Veil an Auschwitz survivor in her heroic battle on behalf of her country s women She faces fierce resistance from the Catholic Church and the opposing party but refuses to back down even in the face of increasingly aggressive personal attacks Emmanuelle Devos delivers a brilliant performance in the lead role New York Premiere Preceded by Period New Paragraph Sarah Kramer USA 2015 Digital projection 14m Period New Paragraph is a loving portrait of a father by his daughter It s also an homage to a past era and an encounter with someone who has to let go of what they love Technology can change the tools of our work can change and yet nothing can change our passion for the things we love to do In the case of 85 year old Herb Kramer he is forced to confront the end of his career and his mortality as he winds down his legal practice closing the office he has worked in for the last 40 years World Premiere Monday January 18 4 00pm Tuesday

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  • The Jewish Museum
    on his current show on the QVC network IsaacMizrahiLive Isaac Mizrahi An Unruly History will be organized thematically exploring key trends in Mizrahi s work from the use of color and prints to his witty designs that touch on issues of race religion class and politics The core of the exhibition will feature iconic designs from the Isaac Mizrahi New York clothing label 1987 98 the semi couture collections 2003 11 and his trailblazing line for Target 2002 8 It will comprise approximately 50 looks including clothing hats jewelry shoes accessories and costumes for theater opera and the Mark Morris Dance Group Also on view will be the designer s original drawings and photographer Nick Waplington s behind the scenes images of Isaac Mizrahi at work in the studio and on the runway A specially produced multi screen video installation will showcase content drawn from runway shows the award winning documentary Unzipped the television program The Isaac Mizrahi Show scenes from his cabaret LES MIZrahi numerous film and television cameos appearances on Project Runway and IsaacMizrahiLive Isaac Mizrahi An Unruly History is organized by Chee Pearlman Guest Curator with Kelly Taxter Assistant Curator About Isaac Mizrahi Isaac Mizrahi was born in 1961 in Brooklyn New York Raised in a Jewish family he attended the Yeshiva of Flatbush before transferring to New York City s High School for the Performing Arts and then Parsons School of Design He entered the New York fashion scene in the late 1980s his clothing line Isaac Mizrahi New York debuted at Bergdorf Goodman in 1986 In 1989 he received the Perry Ellis Award for Emerging Talent and was named Council of Fashion Designers of America CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year an award he won again in 1991 Unzipped a riotous witty and insightful documentary about the making of his fall 1994 collection earned Mizrahi and the director Douglas Keeve the 1995 Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival When his fashion house closed in 1998 Mizrahi followed other passions in theater and dance designing costumes and sets for Mark Morris and Twyla Tharp and winning a 2002 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Costume Design for a Broadway revival of Clare Boothe Luce s The Women In 2003 he was the first fashion designer to launch a line of well designed affordable clothes in collaboration with Target Today he stars in Isaac Mizrahi Live a call in home shopping TV show that airs weekly on the QVC network He also appears as a judge on Project Runway All Stars Mizrahi has directed and narrated Peter and the Wolf at the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum directed and designed The Magic Flute and A Little Night Music for the Opera Theater of Saint Louis and worked the red carpet at the Oscars and Golden Globe Awards He is currently at work on a television series and memoir Support Isaac Mizrahi An Unruly History is made possible by the Wilf Family Foundation The Coby Foundation Ltd Xcel Brands

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  • The Jewish Museum
    and carried from place to place and thus has historically been a medium for creativity and storytelling Bringing a carpet into the Museum s lobby also recalls the building s early history as the Warburg family s mansion in the early 1900s when the grand entrance was ornately outfitted with outsized furniture and a room filling carpet Soares s artworks are often assembled from antiques and used materials like those included in this work This process of recirculation gives new life to the discarded and disused and adds to the stories accumulated across their scratched and faded surfaces In Time Has No Shadows poetic texts are placed on the carpet in a spiral shape with a subtly altered antique pocket watch hanging above each text These revisions and alterations add yet another layer to the enigmatic histories of these timeworn items inviting visitors to contemplate their own narratives for the installation and the objects within it This presentation is part of the Museum s ongoing Using Walls Floors and Ceilings series showcasing new works by artists from around the globe in the Skirball Lobby The series builds on the Museum s 1970s program called Using Walls which featured the work of 14 up and coming international artists of the time such as Richard Artschwager Sol LeWitt Richard Tuttle and others both within and beyond the gallery space of the Warburg Mansion Now 45 years later the Museum is revisiting this moment in its history by showcasing new work by emerging artists from around the globe Since the launch in 2013 the series has featured work by Claire Fontaine Mel Bochner Willem de Rooij and Chantal Joffe The Using Walls Floors and Ceilings series is organized by Jens Hoffmann Deputy Director Exhibitions and Public Programs and Kelly Taxter Assistant Curator About Valeska Soares Born in 1957 in Belo Horizonte Brazil Valeska Soares is a contemporary sculpture artist who currently lives and works in New York City Using organic and man made elements Soares produces ephemeral sculptures that reference spirituality mortality eroticism time and language The depth and complexity of her work is magnified by the use of intimate materials such as clay flowers perfume pocket watches and antique furniture Soares received her Bachelor of Architecture from the Universidad Santa Úrsula Rio de Janeiro and a postgraduate diploma in the History of Art and Architecture from the Pontifical Universidad Católica Soares transitioned to a fine art practice and had her first solo exhibition in 1991 at Rio s Espao Cultural Sprig Porto Shortly after she moved to New York and completed an MFA at the Pratt Institute Soares has had solo museum exhibitions at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art 1998 the Museu de arte da Pampulha Belo Horizonte 2002 and the Bronx Museum for the Arts New York 2003 She has created site specific installations for inSite San Diego Tijuana 2000 Museo Tamayo Mexico City 2003 National Gallery of Canada Ottawa 2001 and Inhotim Brumadinho Brazil 2008 Support Using Walls Floors

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    Birgit Megerle b 1975 Germany Jeffry Mitchell b 1958 USA Mrinalini Mukherjee 1949 2015 b India Hylton Nel b 1941 Zambia Zoë Paul b 1987 England Nick Payne b 1982 USA Christina Ramberg 1946 1995 b USA Bunny Rogers b 1990 USA David Rosenak b 1957 USA Erna Rosenstein 1913 2004 b in today s Ukraine Xanti Schawinsky 1904 1979 b Switzerland Max Schumann b 1965 USA Leang Seckon b 1970 Cambodia Diane Simpson b 1935 USA Philip Smith b 1952 USA Hajime Sorayama b 1947 Japan Jeni Spota b 1982 USA Miroslav Tichy 1926 2011 Czech Republic Amikam Toren b 1945 Israel Endre Tót b 1937 Hungary William T Vollmann b 1959 USA A complementary 200 page publication examines unorthodoxy across such subjects as art politics history religion and philosophy Exhibition related content includes an essay by co curator Jens Hoffmann a Q A with co curators Daniel S Palmer and Kelly Taxter and illustrated biographies of participating artists The Unorthodox Museums section features sixteen short manifesto style texts in which some of the most forward thinking international museum directors and curators discuss the state of museums today and propose concepts for an unorthodox museum Contributors include Iwona Blazwick director of Whitechapel Gallery London RoseLee Goldberg founding director and curator of Performa New York Hou Hanru director of the MAXXI National Museum of the 21st Century Arts Rome and Defne Ayas director of Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art Rotterdam Finally the Unorthodox Considerations section brings together a selection of texts on Jewish culture and history edited by Chelsea Haines These texts include classic works by Sigmund Freud and Leo Steinberg reprinted with newly commissioned responses by Mark Edmundson and Joshua Decter respectively a recent essay on unorthodoxy in Judaism by Alan T Levenson with a response by Jack Wertheimer and a previously unpublished essay by the philosopher Georges Didi Huberman reconsidering the unorthodox methodology of the art historian Aby Warburg whose family built the mansion that now houses the Jewish Museum The book will be available for 25 00 at the Jewish Museum s Cooper Shop in November and worldwide in February distributed for the Jewish Museum by Yale University Press Unorthodox will be accompanied by a series of public programs developed by the Jewish Museum and presented in collaboration with the 92nd Street Y Programs take place at the Jewish Museum unless otherwise noted Highlights include On Curating Sunday November 8 8 30pm at 92Y Renowned exhibition maker Hans Ulrich Obrist Co Director of Exhibitions Serpentine Galleries London and Unorthodox co curator Jens Hoffmann Deputy Director Exhibitions and Public Programs at the Jewish Museum will speak about the highly progressive curatorial strategies they have employed over their respective careers while also delving into the history of curating and examining examples of radical curatorial practices that have emerged over the last 40 years Tickets 32 general public 22 Jewish Museum Members On Exhibitions Tuesday November 10 10 00am at 92Y and Jewish museum Unorthodox co curators Kelly

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  • The Jewish Museum
    to her marriage to theater and film producer Mike Todd but it wasn t until after Todd s death that she began to study with Rabbi Max Nussbaum at Temple Israel Taylor remained an ardent supporter of Jewish causes throughout her life Prior to her wedding to playwright Arthur Miller Marilyn Monroe expressed interest in converting to Judaism She was impressed with Jewish ideals and she studied with Miller s rabbi Robert Goldburg to learn more about Judaism Rabbi Goldburg performed Monroe s Ceremony of Conversion preceding the couple s wedding in June 1956 Although Monroe and Miller divorced in 1961 Monroe expressed to the rabbi her unwavering commitment to the Jewish faith Becoming Jewish Warhol s Liz and Marilyn is divided into three sections Celebrity focused on Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor s public image Conversion detailing their personal lives and Jewish identities and Myth Legend exploring Andy Warhol s fascination with these celebrities and the impact of his work on their iconic status The Celebrity section features photographs newsreels and magazine covers demonstrating the public s fascination with Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor Highlights include video clips of Elizabeth Taylor s Oscar speech Marilyn Monroe performing for American troops in Korea and fan magazines such as Modern Screen Screen Stories and Motion Picture that surfaced in the 1950s to feed the public s hunger for celebrities Photographs and newsreel excerpts illustrate the public s obsession with the actresses movie feats love affairs and broken hearts as well as their struggles with the limelight Conversion traces the Jewish journeys of Monroe and Taylor featuring a case of conversion related material including a rarely heard audio recording of Elizabeth Taylor s conversion ceremony and a facsimile of Marilyn Monroe s Certificate of Conversion This section will also explore the actresses Jewish lives through ephemera such as Marilyn Monroe s musical menorah letters from Rabbi Goldburg describing his relationship with the Marilyn Monroe and the Miller family and documentation of Elizabeth Taylor s lifelong commitment to Jewish philanthropy The exhibition concludes by examining the legacy of Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor through the lens of Andy Warhol s now iconic portraits Featuring four Warhol works two paintings and two prints the Myth Legend section reveals how the portraits reflect the glamorous yet complex identities of these subjects Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor represented themes of great interest to Warhol glamour beauty scandal death and media spectacle His canvases of the actresses in the early 1960s coincided with his initial explorations of silkscreen painting and serial imagery The repeated use of a single image altered slightly either at the hand of the artist or due to the silkscreening process enhanced Warhol s exploration of the celebrity persona as illusion Warhol s artistic process in creating these portraits is explored through photography and ephemera from his studio further demonstrating the artist s obsession with celebrity and with Monroe and Taylor in particular Becoming Jewish Warhol s Liz and Marilyn is organized by Joanna

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    paced globalization of the country Argentina curated by Inés Katzenstein September 25 October 29 2015 Works from Argentina explore the media saturation of our contemporary world Earlater by Fabio Kacero shows fragments of daily city life woven together into a non linear narrative Leticia Obeid s Dobles Doubles compiles a series of interviews with well known Mexican voice actors In Insight by Sebastian Diaz Morales a gigantic mirror shatters destroying a reflected portrait of a film crew Juan Renau s Maru y Yo Maru and I tracks the activities of a young man on his computer as he views photographs and video of an ex girlfriend providing a glimpse into the private routines of our digital lives South Africa curated by Josh Ginsburg October 30 November 26 2015 This group of works engages with various themes in contemporary video practice including identity language and memory Personal Accounts Christolene by Gabrielle Goliath examines the unspoken trauma of domestic abuse by selectively editing video interviews to show only the silences exhalations and in between moments of private thought Jonah Sack s Exquisite Corpse tells the story of a headless man emerging from a swamp to commit murder drive a tractor and dance to a jukebox in a crowded bar in the form of comic book like animations Dineo Seshee Bopape s is i am sky depicts a woman s face that is continuously interrupted by digital masking techniques Lerato Shadi s Matsogo shows two hands crumbling a slice of cake and reassembling it to a soundtrack of popular Setswana folktales Colombia curated by Juan A Gaitán November 27 December 31 2015 This selection of videos touches on the persistence of violence and its effects in Colombia Oscar Muñoz Distopía Dystopia references George Orwell s famous dystopian novel 1984 1949 depicting book pages that are immersed in water with the letters coming off one by one Die Toteninsel Isle of the Dead by Elkin Calderón shows pigs and children using an abandoned swimming pool on the former grounds of a Caribbean villa built by the Colombian mafia in the 1990s Miguel Ángel Rojas Economías Intervenidas Intervened Economies uses coca leaves the source of cocaine to explore themes of drug trafficking and socio political double standards between developing nations and first world countries Daniel Santiago Salguero inspired by a residency in Canada documents the transportation of his personal effects from Bogotá to Ontario linking the Americas in a symbolic act of repatriation Japan curated by Yukie Kamiya January 2 February 4 2016 This selection of recent video art from Japan responds to the 2011 Japanese earthquake and subsequent nuclear accident in Fukushima by embracing historical and sociopolitical subject matter Ishu Han s Return depicts in reverse the artist undressing and throwing his clothing into the sea which is both a key resource for Japan and the source of the tsunami that devastated the country Daisuke Nagaoka s The fire that has been burning for 1000 years and the star that has gone out 8

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    prejudice Art artifacts and clips from the following programs will be included All in the Family Downton Abbey Gunsmoke LA Law Little House on the Prairie Lou Grant Mad Men The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Skokie The Television Project Jews and the Advertising Revolution September 16 2016 February 12 2017 Jews and the Advertising Revolution which will include print advertising campaigns ephemera and a compilation video of television commercials from the Museum s NJAB will explore commercials produced for Jewish audiences with Jewish content or by prominent Jewish writers designers and artists examining the way religion ethnicity and identity were played out on American television as well as the interface between identity and concepts of modern advertising campaigns from the 1950s to the 1970s Clips from the following campaigns will be included Alka Seltzer American Express Hebrew National IBM Israel Tourist Board Levy s Rye NYNEX Sara Lee Manischewitz Wine and the United Jewish Appeal The Television Project Jews and Comedy Opening March 17 2017 From situation comedies and weekly variety programs Jewish American comedians and comic actors have had an important place on television This exhibition will examine the place of these performers in American culture as well as the concept of Jewish humor from the birth of TV in the 1940s to the present Make Them Laugh will include art artifacts and clips from the following performers writers and directors Woody Allen Elayne Boosler James L Brooks Mel Brooks Jack Carter Myron Cohen Fran Dresher Totie Fields Robert Klein Jackie Mason Marilyn Michaels Gilda Radner Carl Reiner Joan Rivers Andy Samberg Adam Sandler and Nancy Walker The Television Project Jewish Men on American Television The Television Project Jewish Women on American Television Opening September 2017 and March 2018 Juxtaposing art artifacts and clips from a range of television dramas variety and comedy programs this two part exhibition examines depictions of Jewish masculinity and femininity from the 1950s to the present from idealization and stereotype to complex and nuanced portrayals Clips will be included from Bridget Loves Bernie Glee The Goldbergs The Good Wife Gunsmoke Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz The Nanny Northern Exposure Rhoda Saturday Night Live Sex and the City and Texaco Star Theater With more than 4 000 holdings the National Jewish Archive of Broadcasting at the Jewish Museum was established in 1981 to collect preserve and exhibit television and radio programs related to the Jewish experience The programs in the NJAB constitute an important record of how Jews have been portrayed and portray themselves from the 1930s to the present and how mass media has addressed issues of diversity ethnicity and religion Maurice Berger is Research Professor and Chief Curator at the Center for Art Design and Visual Culture University of Maryland Baltimore County and Consulting Curator Curator of the National Jewish Archive of Broadcasting at the Jewish Museum in New York His critically acclaimed exhibitions have appeared at the Whitney Museum of American Art Smithsonian National Museum of American History The

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  • The Jewish Museum
    history of the medium Films to be shown in the exhibition include Aelita Queen of Mars directed by Yakov Protazanov 1924 Battleship Potemkin directed by Sergei Eisenstein 1925 By the Law or Dura Lex directed by Lev Kuleshov 1926 The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty directed by Esfir Shub 1927 The House on Trubnaya directed by Boris Barnet 1928 Man with a Movie Camera directed by Dziga Vertov 1929 Mother directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin 1926 October or Ten Days That Shook the World directed by Sergei Eisenstein 1927 The Overcoat directed by Grigory Kozintsev 1926 Salt for Svanetia directed by Mikhail Kalatozov 1930 Storm over Asia directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin 1928 and Turksib directed by Viktor Turin 1929 The films will be screened in their entirety on a weekly schedule during the run of the exhibition A screening schedule can be found on the Museum s website at thejewishmuseum org exhibitions the power of pictures early soviet photography early soviet film In addition The Power of Pictures will feature a rich array of film posters and vintage publications which integrate photography Employing a radical graphic style these posters reflect the utopian ideals and rigorous experimental aesthetics which were applied to the many modes of creative endeavor during the early Soviet era Also on view will be examples of periodicals in which major photographic works were published to convey the impact of photojournalism as a powerful propaganda tool Extreme color and dynamic geometric designs combined with a highly innovative use of collage and photomontage give these images a contemporary appeal Nearly a century after many of these works were created they still convey a fresh and revelatory sensibility The exhibition at the Jewish Museum will explore the work of the most prominent photographers and filmmakers of the period and demonstrate that early Soviet photography film and poster art encompassed a much wider range of style and content than previously known in the West These vanguard artists were determined to define a new style and use the inherent potential of the medium to energize and expand the very nature of photography Initially the Communist government encouraged the avant garde Radical style was seen as the expression of radical politics For a time artistic invention operated in potent and fruitful synergy with activism Photographers and filmmakers were urged to try unusual techniques collage montage darkroom manipulation unconventional camera angles fast pace editing and shifts in depth of field allowed the viewer to experience a familiar reality from an unfamiliar perspective A large number of the most prominent photographers photojournalists and filmmakers were Jewish as members of a recently emancipated minority they welcomed the arrival of the Soviet Union with its promise of a new egalitarian world The period of intense innovation was brief By 1932 as Joseph Stalin consolidated power independent styles were no longer tolerated the avant garde itself became suspect Artistic organizations were dissolved and replaced by state run unions Art was subject to strict state control and required to promote

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