Selected Exhibitions




  • Archie Rand 1946

Jerusalem Between Heaven and Earth

Jerusalem Biennale: Machtarot Museum and Beit Bezeq
October - November, 2017


  • Sy Gresser

Stone, Silence and Speech: Sculptures by Sy Gresser

Katzen Museum, American University, Maryland
April-September, 2015


  • Ukraine Crown

The Glory of Ukraine: Golden Treasures and Lost Civilizations

Organized by the International Foundation for Arts and Education, Washington, DC

Meridian International, Washington, DC (Oct, 2010- Jan, 2011)
Joslyn Museum of Art, Omaha, NE (Feb-May, 2011)
Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston, TX (May-Sep, 2011)
Museum of Russian Art, Minneapolis, MN (Oct, 2011-Jan, 2012)


  • From Sea to Shining Sea

From Sea to Shining Sea: America Through our Eyes

DC Arts Center, Spring, 2006.

An exhibition of work by 19 artists in various media from across the country either reflecting on water in various modes or commenting on the political history of America with respect to the ideal versus reality of sea-to-sea freedoms for all—or both.


  • Plunder

Fruits of Plunder: The ERR and the Nazi Theft of Art

First Friday, Falls Church, VA, October-November, 2005.
(co-curated with Marc Masurovsky)

An exhibition exploring the issue of art plundered by the Nazis during World War II and the post-war return or failure to be returned of such works up to the present day.


  • Inside and Out: House and Home

Inside and Out: House and Home

Bermuda National Gallery, September, 2003 - January, 2004.

An exhibition of 59 works from four continents (both contemporary works and older works) focused on the paired terms and concepts of “house” and “home,” and the varied ways in which such concepts can and have been expressed visibly across time and space.


  • Jewish Artists: On the Edge

Jewish Artists: On the Edge

Anne & John Marion Art Center and the Gallery of Fine Arts at the College of Santa Fe; and Yeshiva University Museum, May-August, 2001; subsequently traveled.

An exhibition of the work of fifty international artists that challenges the all too common notion either that there is no such thing as “Jewish art or that art that offers a recognizably Jewish focus is other than cutting edge.


The Paintings of Ruth Dunkell: When Art and Medical Science Meet

Yeshiva University Museum, NYC.
Summer, 2000 - Spring, 2002.

An exhibition focused on the artist who, together with her physician husband, founded the national organization that has all but eradicated Tay-Sachs Syndrome—and whose art was significantly effected at various turns in her life, as a result of losing her son to Tay-Sachs and as a reflection of different phases in the struggle to eradicate the disease.


  • Eight Millennia of Georgian Art and Culture

From the Land of Myth and Fire: Eight Millennia of Georgian Art and Culture

Scheduled to open in late 2001 at the Walters Art Gallery and to travel to Mingei International Museum in San Diego and Houston Fine Arts Museum.*

An exhibition from half a dozen museums in Georgia focusing on the rich and diverse history of Georgian material culture, from its ancient metallurgy to its medieval icons and manuscripts to its post-medieval textiles to its early twentieth-century paintings.


  • Beyond the Golden Fleece

Beyond the Golden Fleece: Twenty-Six Centuries of Jewish Life in Georgia

Scheduled to open in late 2001 at Meridian International Center in Washington, DC and to travel to Mingei International Museum in San Diego and Houston Holocaust Museum.*

An exhibition focused on the unique history and culture of the Jewish community in the Republic of Georgia from its earliest traces in antiquity to its involvement in the renaissance of Georgia after the disintegration of the Soviet Union.

*These exhibitions were cancelled at the last moment due to internal Georgian political issues; catalogues of both were published.

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