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Past Exhibits

Past Exhibits

Re | Generation

An exhibition in Spertus Institute’s Ground Level Arts Lab celebrates JUF Federation’s impact, recognizing how it has evolved to meet urgent and changing needs.

Who Represents Us?

Andy Warhol memorialized luminaries of modern Jewish culture in a series he titled "Ten Portraits of Jews of the 20th Century." Today, as we think about Jewish identity through a multi-cultural, twenty-first-century lens, do these Jews represent us? Who does?

From Here to There

Four contemporary artists—Linda Robinson Gordon, Ellen Holtzblatt, Lilach Schrag, and Michelle Stone—explore the relationship between the physical and spiritual. Works include drawings, paintings, sculptures, and videos.

The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt

This exhibition showcased original illustrations, influences, and artwork from New Yorker cartoonist Ken Krimstein’s page-turning graphic biography of Hannah Arendt, cited as one of the greatest philosophers of the twentieth century.

Todros Geller: Strange Worlds

This exhibition showcased more than 30 works, the majority for the first time, by artist Todros Geller, an influential WPA-era Chicago artist who was central to the history of modern American Jewish art. Presented in conjunction with Art Design Chicago.