From Islamic manuscripts to Quaker bonnets to Torah scrolls.
A new exhibit in Santa Fe.
Adrift on a flood of speculation.
From Berlin then to Oberlin now.
“The parties to the conflict . . . will not be swayed by the language of artists.”
A museum exhibit returns.
The story of an Ottoman Jewish family in Paris.
New York’s Museum of Biblical Art is closing, because it’s “too religious.”
A major exhibit on age-old Jewish ties to Israel, canceled in January because of Arab pressure, has now finally opened in Paris.