Crossing Borders: Manuscripts from the Bodleiain Libraries at the Jewish Museum
through February 3rd.
The exceptional exhibition of manuscripts from the Bodleian Libraries (Oxford, England) at the Jewish Museum is about to end on Sunday, February 3rd. Even in these multiculti times, this occasion to study Hebrew, Latin and Arabic manuscripts side by side in a museum is quite rare. Here, we learn through looking at the mutual influences among Christian, Muslim and Jewish artists during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The installation is beautifully arranged and suitable for lingering - provided there isn't a holiday mob.
Please join us on Tuesday, January 29th for a conversational tour of this extraordinary exhibition and the Sharon Lockhart/Noa Eshkol installation on dance.
Sharon Lockhart/Noa Eshkol, at the Jewish Museum through March 24
Winter Tours on Tuesdays
January 29 through March 19, 2013
January 29: Bodleian manuscripts/dance exhibition, Jewish Museum
February 5 – Museum of Art and Design: Art of Fragrance, etc.
February 12 - Museum of Biblical Art and Museum of Folk Art
February 19 – Fifty-Seventh Street Galleries
February 26 – Chelsea Galleries
March 5 – Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity @ the Met
March 12 – Uptown Galleries
March 19 – National Museum of Native Americans
The series of 8 tours/classes $400; $60 a la carte.
Take care in this brutal cold - warmer temperatures on the way.
Hang in there,
Beth New York
aka Beth Gersh-Nesic, Ph.D.
New York Arts Exchange
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