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On View: February 28, 2011 – June 30, 2011
Originally from Bombay, painter Siona Benjamin was raised Jewish in a predominantly Hindu and Muslim
area of India. Now living in the US, Benjamin creates work that combines the imagery of her past with
the role she plays in America today. Her work is inspired by both Indian miniature paintings and Jewish
and Christian illuminated manuscripts. The Esther Megillah (above) is the basis for the Jewish
celebration of the festival of Purim.
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