The Book of Job in our Time: Prints by Linda Nesvisky

The Book of Job has inspired and challenged philosophers, theologians, playwrights, artists, and writers for generations. Whether the story is true or a parable, it raises one of life’s biggest existential questions—“why do the righteous suffer?”

Boils! Satan! Destruction! Fantastic descriptions of the universe! As an impressionable teen, award-winning printmaker Linda Nesvisky walked into this subject and never turned away. The forty prints on view in this exhibition reflect the artist’s fascination with this timeless theme in a combination of imagery and the written word.

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For more information or to register for the Lunch and Learn Bookclub, please call Jen Mendelson at (513) 487-3098 or email her at jmendelson@huc.edu.

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Foundation of Cincinnati, the Golden Family Foundation, and the Irma L. and Abram S.
Croll Center for Jewish Learning and Culture.

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