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Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours - The High Museum
Jan 25 2017 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours - The High Museum

Experience History at its Source!

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The tour will explore the Jewish thread in the permanent collection of the High Museum, ranging from biblical themes to featured Jewish artists. A few examples of the pieces that will be viewed are:

The Veiled Rebecca: The High Museum holds one of four copies of this unique piece. The statue appears to be covered in a veil, while made of marble.

A portrait of a dog by Alex Katz

Draco: Created by German artist Anselm Kiefer, Draco is a massive piece measuring 15 ½ by 18 ¼ ft. The piece, like much of Kiefer’s work, is made with one-point perspective, suggesting infinity.


Registration for the event will open a month before the start of the event.

$10 for Breman Museum Members

$18 for Non-Members

This program has been sponsored by a friend of the Breman Museum.


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