A Jewish immigrant, tailor, and slipper manufacturer in Brooklyn who took up painting at the age of 65, Morris Hirshfield (1872–1946) attracted a great degree of attention during his brief career as an artist.
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ON VIEW | Beyond Here: The Judy and Sidney Zuber Collection of Latin American Photography
This exhibition features 34 works by Latin American photographers from 10 countries and across a range of photographic traditions.
ON VIEW | Kenneth Tam: All of M
This media arts installation re-stages the high school prom as a vehicle for examining the affective spaces created by men in groups and how men perform their identities in spaces of social ritual.
ON VIEW | The Faces of Ruth Asawa
The Faces of Ruth Asawa is a single-object, long-term installation of 233 ceramic face masks Asawa created of friends, family members, and fellow artists. This is the first of three exciting exhibitions related to the Asian American Art Initiative opening at the Cantor in 2022.
EXPLORE | Asian American Art Initiative
Explore Asian American and Asian diaspora artists and their work at the Cantor, upcoming exhibitions and events. This recently established initiative is a significant effort to acquire, preserve, display and research Asian American art.