RECYCLED/REPURPOSED/REPAIR THE WORLD: Art as Tikkun Olam

EXHIBITION: RECYCLED/REPURPOSED/REPAIR THE WORLD: Art as Tikkun Olam

DATES: March 30 - June 30, 2019

"ARTSPER Magazine, 2018
Today, ecology is at the center of many political, economic and social debates. No wonder
that it got its way into contemporary creation too, through the more or less defined
movement of recycled art. Whether they are politically committed artists or simply walking
in Duchamp’s footsteps and his ready-mades, their artworks are profoundly original and
create unexpected figures from unlikely materials..."

A desk calendar that is now an Omer calendar; a cigarette box that is now an Etrog box. These recycled treasures from the museum’s permanent collection serve as inspiration as 22 artists recycle and repurpose objects from the ridiculous to the sublime, demonstrating their creativity, concern for our environment and the concept of Tikkun Olam (Repair the World).

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: * Indicates members of the TJM Artists’ Collaborative Marlene D’Orazio Adler*, Rhea Dennis*, Robert Dennis*, Naomi Godel*, Ricki Lent*, Paula Mandel*, Arlene Milgram, Robyn Miller*, Carol Moore-Schulman, Diana Myers, Amy Orr, Diane Pieri, Janis Pinkston, Walter Plotnick*, Rita Rosen Poley*, Rosalind Reichstein*, Karen Shain Schloss*, Joan Myerson Shrager*, Sophie Sanders, Kelly Sussman*, Elsa Wachs, Deborah Wagner.

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