Contemporary Jewish Museum (San Francisco)

Contemporary Jewish Museum

The Contemporary Jewish Museum was found in 1984, in San Francisco, California, USA. Its core purpose is to be an engaging forum for diverse audiences where new perspectives on Jewish culture, history, art, and ideas thrive. The building, designed by the architect Daniel Libeskind, embodies a number of symbolic references to Jewish concepts.

Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Bruce Damonte - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Bruce Damonte - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Bitter & Bredt - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Mark Darley - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco. View from the Westin Hotel, San Francisco.
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Mark Darley - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Bruce Damonte - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Bitter & Bredt - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Photographer: Bitter & Bredt - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.

www.thecjm.org

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