In his newest show, Josh Kornbluth examines Andy Warhol and the ten Jewish luminaries he painted in his controversial 1980 series, Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century. Kornbluth first saw the series exhibited at The Contemporary Jewish Museum of San Francisco, and had a strong reaction to it. The museum then commissioned Kornbluth to create one of his irreverent monologues about his Warhol journey.
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