Face to Face: Being Deborah

Rabbis, teachers, educators, mothers, daughters, allies, collaborators, community leaders, artists, friends. The participating women in this exhibition represent different areas in the AJU universe. Each of them was invited for a joint portrait with a woman that inspires them. This invitation allowed us not only to delve deeper into the roots of their practice, but to observe the concentric circles of their lives, and, beyond that, the complex lives of the Jewish community.

Hearing: Michal Heiman

The first-ever exhibition in Los Angeles by the acclaimed Israeli artist, in which she continues to excavate the histories of women who were trapped in asylums during the nineteenth century.

The Painting’s Not Really on the Wall

Josef Albers | Mary Corse | Laddie John Dill | Yankel Ginzburg | Ed Moses

This group show thinks about the unexpected relationships between painting, spaces and our bodies.