Sunday, July 05, 2009
A regular contributor to the Bible illustration blog Nahum HaLevi has an exhibition of his Bible Art which opens today at the Jewish Museum of Australia in Melbourne.
The exhibition is titled 'Scintillating Songlines from Sinai' and will be on from July 5th - August 2nd.
If you can get down to the exhibition today, you will have the chance to meet the artist himself who has traveled all the way to Australia for the opening. Hope the exhibition goes well Nahum!
We do have readers of the blog in Melbourne, so this will be a great opportunity for them to view Nahum's Art in person.
(My apologies for not posting this earlier, but things have been hectic here!)
I've just noticed another exhibition that will also be worth a visit, also being held at the Jewish Museum of Australia. 'Superheros & Schlemiels: Jews and Comic Art'. We got around to discussing the Jewish roots of Superman on the 'Was Samson Muscular?' post.
The exhibition features reproduction and original works by Joe Shuster, Jerry Siegel, Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, Art Spiegelman and Joe Kubert. It was Joe Kubert who put together DC comic's 'Stories from the Bible' with the help of Carmine Infantino and the late Nestor Redondo.
If you do manage to visit the exhibition, don't forget to mention to the curator, (Sandra Khazam), that you saw it advertised on the Bible illustration blog!