Dina Kantor: Finnish and Jewish
This exhibition in the center's American Jewish Museum uses the photography of artist Dina Kantor to explore what it means to be Finnish and Jewish.
Raised in Minnesota, Kantor was lured to Finland in 2006 to discover what contemporary Jewishness might be like in the remote Nordic region. Her series registers the signifiers and traditions of Finland’s small Jewish communities. In a nation of only 5.3 million people with just two Jewish synagogues, Kantor considers the ways a community maintains… Show more
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