The 凯时国际网站 of JTS is filled with treasures representing Jewish life and creativity from ancient times to the present. We invite you to visit our ongoing series of public exhibitions or view highlights here on our website. Individuals wishing to view library exhibitions may come to JTS 凯时国际网站办公时间内. Scheduled tours will be included in our exhibit listings.



2023年10月26日- 2024年3月7日

即将到来的JTS凯时国际网站展览, 神圣的空间:犹太教堂建筑与身份, offers an exciting opportunity to view a large selection of rare prints depicting historic synagogues. 这次展览由塞缪尔. 格鲁伯和莎伦·利伯曼·明茨, will trace the history of European synagogue styles from the 17th to the 19th century, exploring how the image of the synagogue was used by Christians and Jews to present often conflicting ideas of Jewish identity. 这42张图片都是从书籍中挑选出来的, 艺术照片, 杂志, and newspapers—showcase a wide range of synagogue types. 值得注意的是, the pace of production of these images accelerated in the 19th century, when we first encounter Jewish architects of synagogues, 以及描绘他们的犹太艺术家.

The exhibit will feature images of synagogues from the Netherlands, 英格兰, 法国, 奥地利, 和德国, 以美国海岸为终点. Images of the latter will allow us to consider how this pictorial tradition would evolve in a country of immigrants that boasted of religious freedom and cultural pluralism.



This exhibit introduced visitors to rare archival materials that provided a snapshot of New York City as an important center of modern Yiddish culture. 从1880年到1924年, approximately two million Eastern European Jews immigrated to the United States. Many of them settled in New York City, which by 1914 was home to 1.4 million Jews, among them the world’s largest urban population of Yiddish speakers.

Materials on display include examples of the ways Yiddish-speaking Jews responded to the challenges of their new home, 同时也保证了意第绪文化的延续. Through this collection of historic images and documents, visitors will witness the living Yiddish culture of one of the world’s greatest cities.


The Work of Her Hands: The Art of Lynne Avadenka and the Craft of Jewish Women Printers

This exhibit featured a selection of rare books printed by Jewish women from the earliest days of Hebrew publishing alongside new artwork created by American artist/printmaker Lynne Avadenka. 

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阅读对Lynne Avadenka的采访 平面杂志.

Lynne Avadenka is known for her works that explore text and image, 这本书的物理和哲学思想, 以及视觉语言的神秘性和美感. 2021年8月, she was artist-in-residence at the Cary Graphic Arts Collection of the Rochester Institute of Technology. Avadenka received the 2021 Isaac Anolic Artist Book Award, along with artist collaborators Andi Arnovitz and Mirta Kupferminc, 2019年, she was given a Research Award from the Hadassah Brandeis Institute. Other awards include a 2009 Kresge Arts in Detroit Fellowship and individual artist grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Michigan Arts and Culture Council. 她在韦恩州立大学获得文学硕士学位.



This unprecedented exhibition offered a window into the rich history and culture of the little-known Jewish communities of Corfu. 哥伦比亚大学和JTS, two of the world’s largest repositories of rare materials from Corfu, 展示精选的有插图的祈祷书, 历史文献, 庆祝的诗, and elaborately decorated ketubbot telling the story of the island’s vibrant, 截然不同的, 有时是有争议的犹太社区. 位于主要贸易路线上的, these communities thrived under Venetian and then Greek rule from the Middle Ages until 1944, when the Jews of Corfu were almost entirely annihilated by the Nazis. 



建立一个新家:庆祝犹太人的婚礼 featured a collection of rare materials illustrating the creative, 往往令人惊讶, 几个世纪以来犹太婚姻习俗的演变.  

展出的许多珍宝中有装饰华丽的 ketubbot, 婚姻合同, from 17th and 18th century Italy; a 13th-century French religious compendium outlining marriage rituals and including a bawdy wedding poem; a fragment from a 12th-century prenuptial agreement; and from the modern era, a ketubbah making it possible for Jewish women to initiate a religious divorce.  

“To Build a New Home” showed the remarkable development of Jewish marriage from Talmudic times to the present—and the rich streams of tradition and innovation in Jewish life throughout history.  


Curator Sharon Liberman-Mintz discusses a beautifully decorated Venetian ketubbah from 1749 that is in the collection of The 凯时国际网站 of JTS.
It turns out the huppah was not always the central element of Jewish weddings that it is today. 探索这一传统的演变. 大卫·克雷默,JTS凯时国际网站主任教授.

Dr. David Kraemer examines a beatiful 1769 ketubbah from a Karaite community in Ukraine and discusses the Karaites’ particular Jewish beliefs and history.