At BEKI, Two Artists Channel Visions Of Home
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April 12th, 2022, by Al Larriva-Latt- "Upstairs at Congregation Beth El–Keser Israel, there is a long hallway where over a dozen handmade quilts of various shapes and sizes blanket the walls. They extend from the hallway into the main lobby, where they drape above the cushy brown couches. Below, on the basement level, hang five canvases so large and captivating they seem to become a part of the wall itself. In the upstairs and downstairs exhibition spaces of the synagogue, Naomi Safran-Hon’s Going Home and Suzanne Neusner’s Fiber Arts are on view through June 4 and June 28 respectively. Both start from materials-oriented approaches to bring about larger questions of home. Non-members of Beth El–Keser Israel (BEKI) can RSVP to see the show by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The synagogue is located at 85 Harrison St. in New Haven’s Westville neighborhood..." Click HERE to comment and read full article.
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