Migrations, room guide, Jewish Artists and Jewish Art

David Bomberg, ‘Vision of Ezekiel’ 1912
David Bomberg
Vision of Ezekiel 1912
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In the early 20th century different definitions of Jewish art were explored through two influential exhibitions. The first emphasised Jewish artists’ contributions to mainstream British art and the second showed a distinctive identity for Jewish art by aligning it with modernism and the avant-garde.