Ronald Feldman Gallery 10 Galleries to Visit Now Around SoHo and TriBeCa

The New York Times Apr 26, 2018

Ronald Feldman Gallery: Another SoHo holdout, this gallery arrived on Mercer Street in 1982; it often mounts shows of politically engaged work, and takes a particular interest in Jewish and Israeli artists. The group exhibition “Violated! Women in Holocaust and Genocide” features 30 artists whose art portrays the legacy of the Shoah for Jewish women, as well as female suffering in the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Darfur. If much of the art here has greater moral clarity than aesthetic ambition, one searing work on paper makes the show worth a visit on its own: a vision of Auschwitz, picturing emaciated female prisoners and sadistic female kapos, drawn by the survivor Ella Liebermann-Shiber one month after the liberation.

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