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Sunday, June 13 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Panel: What is Jewish about this Contemporary Art? The art of Caroline Faigan and Paul Nathan

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Caroline Faigan’s and Paul Nathan’s art might not immediately seem to have anything to do with Jewish traditions and thought However, in fact their art does. Caroline and Paul, in conversation with art historian Leonard Bell, will discuss this complex topic.

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Paul Nathan

Paul Nathan (Bonco) graduated with a MFA from University of Auckland in 2019. He predominantly uses oil on canvas, and his work has been shown around New Zealand. His interest is in how geometric abstraction can provide a symbolic gateway to the spiritual.
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Caroline Faigan

Caroline Faigan is a multidisciplinary artist. Her creative practice includes working with a variety of media in order to explore how formal and conceptual connections emerge between objects and materials.  Caroline received an MFA from Elam, University of Auckland in 2019. She was... Read More →
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Len Bell

Leonard (Len) Bell has taught art history at the University of Auckland for many years. His books include Colonial Constructs: European Images of Maori 1840-1914 (1992), In Transit: Questions of Home and Belonging in New Zealand Art (2007), Marti Friedlander (2009), Jewish Lives in... Read More →

Sunday June 13, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm NZST
  Arts & Culture

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