Winter Quarter 2015 Exhibitions


Winter Quarter 2015 Exhibitions


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scots Jews: Identity, Belonging and future 

Photographs By Judah Passow

In a year-long endeavor, Judah Passow captured portraits of Scotland's Jewish community reflecting the beginning of the 21st century. The community maintained traditions while immersing itself in new ones. In this land, Jews found a new home where they could flourish and contribute to various fields. This exhibition, featuring 80 black and white photographs, celebrates the complexity and diversity of such a community.

On view in the Spiegel Galleries (3rd Floor) from January 26 to March 19.

This exhibit is co-sponsored by Tartan Arts and Doretta and Jona Goldrich Family Foundation.


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Jewish Life in Germany Today

Twenty-five panels with photographs and accounts depicting a cross-section of Jews living in Germany today.

On view in the Gindi Gallery (2nd Floor) from January 21 to March 20.

Co-sponsored by Hillel at UCLA, the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in  Los Angeles, UCLA's Center for Jewish Studies, UCLA's Department of Germanic Languages, UCLA's Department of History, UCLA's Department of German History, the Mickey Katz Endowed Chair in Jewish Music at UCLA, and the Randol and Pamela Schoenberg Foundation.

 

 


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Eastern Parkway

Photographic Exhibit by Mary Leipziger 

The Photographs see their people in their spaces, already, but with the assurances that realism always shows you what you haven't seen yet, the connections, colors, the geometries suggested by human form and direction, the hidden hand as it were, usually demeaning, and not signifying like a subject engaged and exposed, and both the photographer and the subject fully enjoying the surprise of human contact. (Kelyn Roberts)

On view at the Artists' Staircase.