The Whole Megillah
Turns out there are at least two people in New York who don’t know who Lena Dunham is.
“Who was that girl with the two house tattoos on her back?” a couple of security guards asked the Transom as we walked into the Jewish Museum’s Purim Ball at the Park Avenue Armory last week. “The Read More
There’s nothing quite like gazing at an Impressionist exhibit to the mellow sound of “Mommmm, can we go yet?” Any parent who has tried to instill love of art and culture into children knows it can be a challenge. Luckily, many New York City museums have special programs aimed for children.
There’s nothing like some colorful pop art to get you amped for spring. The Jewish Museum seems to know this. On March 16, the museum will unveil Warhol’s Jews: Ten Portraits Reconsidered, a follow up of sorts to Mr. Warhol’s somewhat controversial 1980 series, Ten Portraits of the Twentieth Read More