Ten Famous Jews by Andy Warhol

Warhol’s Jews: Ten Portraits Reconsidered is now showing at the Jewish Museum in New York. The series of work by Andy Warhol has been called “Famous Jews,” “Ten Most Famous Jews,” or “Jewish Geniuses”

The portraits are of Albert Einstein, Sarah Bernhardt, Franz Kafka, Louis Brandeis, Martin Buber, Sigmund Freud, George Gershwin, the Marx Brothers, Golda Meir, and Gertrude Stein.Continue Reading

Art Collector Heinz Berggruen Dies at 93

The Jewish German art collector Heinz Berggruen has died on the 23rd of February at the age of 93. Berggruen collected major works by Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Henri Matisse, Alberto Giacometti, and Pablo Picasso.Continue Reading

Anti-Semitic Cartoon Contest

After the insanity of the Muslim Cartoon controversy, there’s now a new and improved way for angry young men to express themselves. A graphic artist from Dimona Comix in Israel has come up with the Anti-Semitic Cartoon contest by Jews, to make fun of Jews.
I think it should be open to Muslim countries too though. It would make much more sense to give those that have been out smashing windows because of a cartoon, to create their own offensive cartoon.Continue Reading

Looted Picasso

The owner of a 1922 Picasso “Femme en blanc” valued at about $12,000,000 has opted to pay out $6 million to the grandson of a Jewish woman that once owned the painting in 1940. Carlota Landsberg left the painting with a French art dealer while fleeing the Nazis. The art dealer said the Picasso was then looted by the Nazis and it remained missing until 1975 when the current owner acquired it.Continue Reading

Hitler Pop Controversy

German born American artist Walter Gaudnek has managed to upset people by holding an exhibition of Adolf Hitler, showing him in a more casual and positive way. The artist tried to portray Hitler as human rather than as a monster and members of the Jewish community didn’t find it very amusing. Gaudnek is now taking his exhibition down after just two weeks because of the controversy the works have created. Gaudnek told Reuters.. “I wanted to educate my students on the historical phenomenon of Hitler and show an aspect of him which has got lost over time”.Continue Reading