What is Jewish feminist art?
Art may have deep roots in Jewish ritual and tradition, but that doesn't mean it should be labeled.
Don’t call Rochelle Rubinstein a “Jewish” - or a “Jewish feminist” - artist. Like many artists and writers who reject those sorts of labels - for instance, Saul Bellow, who refused to define himself as a “Jewish writer” - Rubinstein bristles at being labeled in this way. This gifted and accomplished artist, recently appointed artist-in-residence at the Centre for Jewish...
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