Fine and decorative arts are featured in contemporary and historical exhibitions throughout the Hebrew Home.
The first virtual exhibition presented by the Derfner, “F11” refers to the function key that opens full screen viewing in internet browsers. In the Covid-era when art spaces are closed or at limited capacity, online exhibitions have become ubiquitous but often showcase works that exist as objects in the real world. “F11” inverts this practice: It features digital paintings best viewed on-screen. On view April 11-August 8, 2021.
This exhibition explores the intersections of Jewish history and memory with the stories of traditional objects interpreted in light of the role memory plays in shaping both individual and communal identities. Ongoing.
Stories by the famed Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem inspired a series of paintings and prints by two Eastern European-born 20th century artists. Online exhibition.
A series of surrealistic linocuts, Dreams responds to traumatic events of the twentieth century witnessed by eminent Slovak artist Vincent Hložník (1919-1997). Online exhibition.