An exhibition conceived in collaboration with the Jewish Museum London
|Date:||Nov. 5, 2015 - Feb. 28, 2016|
|Venue:||Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London, NW1 7NB|
|Ticket required. Adults £7.50, concessions £6.50:|
A cutting edge exploration of what unites and divides us
Drawing together religious, historical and medical artefacts, as well as literature, art, film and cultural ephemera, this exhibition explores how blood, in its regulation and its representation, has been interpreted and exchanged as a symbol between Jews and non-Jews through the centuries, with a particular focus on the real and symbolic links between Christians and Jews.
This illustrated publication is available on-line from the Pears Institute. Full details and order your copy
The Pears Institute is organising a series of public lectures to run alongside the exhibition:
Free talks on themes related to Blood will be held at Birkbeck in the New Year. Details will be posted on the Pears Institute website.