The first of a new series of shows at the Jewish Museum featuring installations by contemporary artists showcases Patkin, a longtime fixture on the New York scene who was born in Israel. He presents elegiac paintings done on translucent window curtains and a 12-foot-tall sculpture made of clear glass.
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