Monday, July 24, 2017

Moishe House Brookline exhibit puts spotlight on emerging Jewish artists

BROOKLINE WICKED
By Emma R. Murphy
Natalya E. Bernstein'S "For|More" (2017), Oil paint on canvas, 36" x 48"
BROOKLINE, MA---A new art exhibition gives young, up-and-coming Jewish artists a platform from which to share their latest work. Opening on July 27, Moishe House Brookline and Temple Ohabei Shalom are sponsoring the exhibit, “Guarding Memories | Creating Histories,” at the synagogue. In the exhibit seven young Jewish artists reflect on memory and the idea of history and time. The concepts of memory, history and time are particularly applicable to the Jewish community, according to Brookline resident and exhibit co-curator Emily Mogavero.  [More]
Image courtesy of Temple Ohabei Shalom