Veiled Meanings: Jewish Dress from the Israeli Museum Collection
The extraordinary range of textile designs and clothing in the Contemporary Jewish Museum’s exhibit “Veiled Meanings: Fashioning Jewish Dress” illuminates the story of how diverse global cultures have thrived, interacted and inspired each other for centuries. Honoring Jewish communities from Afghanistan to Yemen, the exhibit represents excellent examples of Jewish diasporic textiles and offers an incisive and compelling examination of diversity and migration through the lens of fashion.
MLF: Middle East
Banner image: Woman wearing a pearled swalf. Fez, Morocco, 1930s. Photographic Archive of The Isidore and Anne Falk Information Center for the Jewish Art and Life, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Photo © J. Besancenot.
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