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Ruth Weisberg Unfurled

Ruth Weisberg Unfurled presents three decades of painting and printmaking by celebrated Los Angeles artist Ruth Weisberg. It features the complete ninety-four-foot long mixed-media drawing The Scroll, in addition to more than thirty works from throughout Weisberg’s career. Together the works highlight the artist’s extraordinary depictions of her life story and its convergence with art history and Jewish memory. They also illuminate the parallels Weisberg draws between the contemporary and biblical worlds, her desire to memorialize those who perished during the Holocaust, and her fervent belief in renewal.

About the Authors

Ruth Weisberg is dean of the Roski School of Fine Arts of the University of Southern California. Her works in painting, printmaking, drawing, and large-scale installions are included in the collections of major museums around the world.
Skirball Cultural Center

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