This exhibition includes 50 black and white photographs from Leonard Freed’s estate, many of which were reproduced in Israel Magazine, where he was the staff photographer. This is the first exhibition to examine this period of Freed’s work and the context in which these images were published.
Fine and decorative arts are featured in contemporary and historical exhibitions throughout the Hebrew Home.
This exhibition explores the intersections of Jewish history and memory with the stories of traditional objects interpreted in light of the role memory plays in shaping both individual and communal identities. Ongoing.