Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775

Greg Salisbury

Arts/Culture Editor
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A Tel Avivan artist's exhibit at the National Museum of American Jewish History utilizes light effects and words spoken by George Washington to express the fragility of democracy and freedom.
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A new exhibit at the Gershman Y features contemporary artists wrestling with the relationship between vocabulary and spirituality.
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At only 36, Kirill Gerstain has become one of the most sought-after classical pianists in the world, hopscotching from Germany to Manhattan, and this weekend, to Philadelphia to perform at the orchestra's annual festival highlighting Russian composers.
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Seventy years in the making, Night Will Fall, an unsparing examination of the Allied troops who went into Ausch­witz, Buchenwald, Dachau and many other camps, is set to feature on HBO.
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The first documentary to feature IMAX footage of Jerusalem began an open-ended run at the Franklin Institute, covering the city's larger-than-life past, present and future on a screen that's four-and-a-half stories high.
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Profile

Greg Salisbury first came to the Exponent as an intern at Inside magazine. He has been the editor of Special Sections since 2000, the editor of Inside magazine since 2008 and the Arts and Culture editor since 2012.

He was born in Philadelphia, and has lived up and down the Eastern Seaboard.

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