Laurie M. Tisch Gallery
Angelika Sher: Selected Work
On View September 3–December 15
Angelika Sher was born in 1969 in Vilnius, Lithuania. She immigrated to Israel, where she graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and established erself as a critically acclaimed professional photographer through a series of exhibitions in Israel and abroad. The Laurie M. Tisch Gallery is honored to present a series of her work that explores the mental and emotional changes in her daughter and her daughter’s friends who enlisted in the IDF and the way they encounter cultures, religions, and histories. The series also reflects the change that took place in the artist, as she revisits issues that she explored when she was the age her daughter is now and as both reflect on their role as women and human beings today.
Angelika Sher: Selected Work is presented in partnership with Zemack Gallery, Tel Aviv.
The Laurie M. Tisch Gallery, located in the lobby of the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, is a versatile exhibition space dedicated to the promotion of multidisciplinary exhibits that offer new perspectives on the rich history and values of the community.
The gallery hosts five to six exhibitions every year, each one running for approximately two to three months. Exhibits range from solo artist shows to historical multimedia exhibits and touring shows from museums and galleries around the world. A public space, the Gallery welcomes thousands of people each week, young and old, Jewish and not Jewish. All visitors can engage with the images and ideas expressed in this unique public space.
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