African American Artists and the Contemporary Jewish Museum

Denise Tyson Bradley with artist Kehinde Wiley (Gary Sexton Photography)

The first major exhibition in San Francisco of African American Artist Kehinde Wiley opened with a celebration at the Contemporary Jewish Museum on February 13, 2013. The artist and some 200 supporters gathered for the event that featured performances from Ethiopian-Israeli hip-hop artist Kalkidan Mashasha and Israeli freestyle champion DJ Alarm. Don’t miss

Don’t miss Kehinde Wiley|The World Stage: Israelon display at the Contemporary Jewish Museum through May 27, 2013.

Also at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, an exhibition called Black Sabbath: The Secret Musical History of Black-Jewish Relations. Black Sabbath is a musical journey through Black-Jewish musical encounters from the 1930s to the 1960s. Visitors can listen to curated groups of songs, view vintage video performances, still images and album covers of Black artists responses to Jewish music, life and culture.