Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775
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JTA
The National Archives has opened an exhibit of restored Iraqi Jewish artifacts that U.S. troops discovered in a waterlogged basement of Iraqi intelligence headquarters after ousting Saddam Hussein in 2003.
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Toby Axelrod, JTA
German authorities this week began publicizing some of the 1,400 works — including at least 380 that the Nazis had confiscated in a campaign against “degenerate art" — discovered last year in an apartment belonging to the son of a German art collector.
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One of the most bounteous schedules of Jewish arts programming in recent memory is coming up. Does culture provide an entry point to more Jewish life, or all the content that consumers need to feel Jewish?
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A new exhibition at the National Constitution Center brings together some of the most visually arresting photographs ever published. “Capture the Moment: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs” displays every newspaper image to ever win a Pulitzer Prize for photography, in the feature, breaking news and spot news categories, since the prize was first awarded in 1942. Many of the winners will...
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Ben Sales, JTA
At the inaugural Jerusalem Biennale, all of the pieces on display share a single goal: to show that Jewish art reaches far beyond the kiddush cups and menorahs.
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