Art and Photos

Exhibition Opportunities

In partnership with the Combat Antisemitism Movement, Art Against Antisemitism is launching a featured artist campaign/online exhibit on their website and Instagram channel. Submit your own #ArtAgainstAntisemitism along with a statement about why you created the project. If your work is selected to be featured, we’ll send you $100 as a thank-you.

Poster on gallery wall.

WordsMatter print

19×26″ prints available, contact me. In response to rising hate crimes including the 2018 massacre in Pittsburgh (where we used to live), I have been photographing community events in the Boston area. I juxtaposed some of these photographs over a chronological list of antisemitic attacks in the United States since 1862. Inkjet print on plexiglass, on exhibit for the show Calamity at Berry College, 2020.

Detail views of the WordsMatter print

Art in Response to the Tree of Life Tragedy

words matter installation brookline gallery.

In 2018, artists Amy Solomon & Lisa Link in collaboration with Emily Mogavero organized Words Matter: a community art making event and art exhibit/fundraiser in response to the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre. 11 artists contributed glass luminaries for exhibit & sale. All proceeds sent to the Tree of Life. The public participated by making paper luminaries displayed at the Brookline & Boston locations of the events, November & December 2018. With support from the Jewish Arts Collaborative and Temple Kehilath Israel.


Below, are photos I took at public events responding to Jew-hatred. Posting them as a reminder of strength in numbers. Photos #1-21 show the No Hate, No Fear, March, NYC, January 5, 2020. Thanks in advance for crediting photo if you repost.

No Hate No Fear march NYC, view of people in crowd.
No Hate No Fear march NYC, view of people in crowd.
No Hate No Fear march NYC, view of people in crowd.
crowd of students, many wearing yamukes, on plaza at Boston University.
Interfaith vigil in response to Pittsburgh, Boston University, 2018
hand carries sign "love lives here" with Jewish star in heart of the sign.
Interfaith vigil in response to Arlington & Needham attacks on Chabad, 2019
Man with giant portraits of Holocaust survivors loading truck, Boston common
Claus de-installing Lest We Forget by Luigi Toscano, Boston Common, 2018
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, newspapers donated courtesy of Trish C.

Art Against Antisemitism.