“The number of contemporary American Jewish political artists is enormous — and growing in the early years of the twenty-first century,” writes Paul Von Blum in his recent article in Tikkun. “Although many American Jewish artists are first-rate painters and sculptors, they often use other art forms like photographs, murals, cartoons, comic strips, installations, assemblages, and posters in order to attract viewers far beyond the narrow confines of elite culture. Their democratic vision of public accessibility directly reflects their view that political artworks should catalyze social action rather than augment the conspicuous consumption of art.” This exhibit brings together pieces by the many artists mentioned in Paul’s article.