Barbara Bloom has devoted her career to questioning the ways we perceive and value objects. With a light touch and subtle wit, she divines the meanings encoded in the things with which we surround ourselves. In an installation drawn from The Jewish Museum’s collection of more than 25,000 works of ceremonial, decorative, and fine art, she sets a selection of objects in unconventional contexts and offers visitors new ways to view the museum and its holdings.
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