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The Milton J. Weill Art Gallery is open to patrons of Kaufmann Concert Hall during regularly scheduled events. In addition, special viewing hours can be arranged.

To schedule an appointment, please call 212.415.5563.

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Jerusalem By Colin Davidson

On View: September 11 - November 14

This September, the Oliver Sears Gallery is showing Colin Davidson's epic work Jerusalem for the first time in New York at 92Y.

Jointly conceived by Sears and Davidson, and recently shown in London to great acclaim, the exhibition comprises 12 large-scale portraits of individuals who live or work in the ancient, mystical troubled city of Jerusalem. Among them are Jews, Muslims, Christians, a politician, a Benedictine monk, a doctor, a peace activist, a hotel worker, a holocaust survivor — a cross section that lives together with conflict, prejudice and separation. The theme of common humanity is explored through these paintings.

Related Events

Colin Davidson and Oliver Sears with Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein
Thu, Sep 14, 6 pm
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Guided Tour
Sun, Sep 24, 3 pm
Mon, Oct 9, 3pm
Mon Oct 30, 3 pm
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The Milton J. Weill Art Gallery is open to patrons of Kaufmann Concert Hall during regularly scheduled events.

Public Viewing Hours:

Sep 23, 11am-3pm
Sep 24, 11-3pm
Oct 9, 11-3pm
Oct 12, 11am-3pm
Oct 18, 12pm-4pm
Oct 30, 11-3pm
Nov 2, 1pm-5pm
Nov 6, 1pm-5pm
Nov 9, 1pm-5pm

Call 212.415.5562 to inquire about a guided tour and learn more about scheduling a private viewing appointment.

“In this exhibition, it is my hope that the individual’s ‘label’ is buried in the paint, offering the opportunity to witness the sitters as fellow human beings.” Colin Davidson
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Colin Davidson

Colin Davidson is a contemporary artist, living and working near Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Oliver Sears

London born Oliver Sears runs his fine art gallery in an elegant Georgian building in the center of Dublin.

Peter J. Rubinstein

Peter J. Rubinstein brings decades of experience as a congregational rabbi and as a leader in the Jewish and interfaith communities to his role as 92Y’s director of Jewish Community and the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life.

Exhibitions at 92Y are generously supported by Gilda and z"l Henry Block. Jerusalem by Colin Davidson was also made possible by Culture Ireland and the Northern Ireland Bureau.

92Y Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts

Located in the heart of New York City’s Upper East Side, 92Y’s Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts is internationally recognized for the quality and scope of its adult and childhood arts education programs. Regarded as one of the country’s top community-based art centers, the 92nd Street Y Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts comprises the School of Music, the Harkness Dance Center and the Art Center, which includes the Ceramics Center, the Jewelry Center and Fine Art & Design. We offer more than 400 classes a semester for all ages and all levels of expertise — from preschool to high school, from enthusiastic amateurs and emerging professionals to senior adults — all taught by a faculty of working professional artists.