|Editor & Curator||
Susan Tumarkin Goodman.
New York City, USA, 2001. 192 pp., illustrations: 107 col., 14 b&w, 28 × 24 cm. English.
Jewish Museum New York (18 November 2001–17 March 2002)
The emergence of the professional Jewish artist for the first time in modern history, due to Enlightenment ideas and their influence. Works by twenty-one Jewish artists from England, France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria-Hungary, and the Russian Empire demonstrated the complexities faced by minority artists in a dynamic European art world, and the ways in which these particular artists expressed or shed their Jewish identity. Foreword by Joan Rosenbaum. Essays include: “Reshaping Jewish Identity in Art” (Susan Tumarkin Goodman), “Acculturation of the Jews in Nineteenth-Century Europe” (Paula E. Hyman), “Inside/Out: Jewishness, Imagines, Emancipation” (Nicholas Mirzoeff), “Between Tradition and Acculturation: Jewish Painters in Nineteenth Century Europe” (Larry Silver), “Jewish Naturalist Painters. Understanding and Competing in the Mainstream” (Gabriel P. Weisberg), and “Exhibiting Nineteenth-Century Artists of Jewish Origin in the Twentieth Century” (Richard I. Cohen), followed by “Artist Biographies” (with 19 b&w portrait photographs). Unnumbered basic listing. 72 items.
Invitation to exhibition reception and preview, folded card, 12.6 × 17.8 cm.