Pam Kravetz: I Think My Uncle Gershun Was a Golem
DateJune 17 - Aug 28, 2022
VenueWeston Art Gallery
Mu Sinclaire and the Sinclaire Family Foundation
*NOTE: The exhibition schedule has been changed to June 17–August 28, 2022. The Opening Reception is on Friday, June 17, 2022 from 6-8 pm.
Pam Kravetz: I Think My Uncle Gershun Was a Golem – Kravetz’s (Cincinnati, OH) selective memories, embellished stories, and make-believe musings serve as inspiration for her artwork. In her multimedia installations, the viewer becomes immersed in the art that explodes with color and texture. Puppets, toys, and larger-than-life-sized interactive art tell a narrative of revealing stories about the artist’s life. In her eccentric and wildly wonderful lineage, she finds the joy in the resistance, resilience and perseverance of being Jewish. (East Gallery)
Mordecai, Esther’s Dad (who is her uncle, it’s a long story), Stomping on Haman, a Seriously Bad Dude, 2016–22