In modern Judaism, the concept of tikkun, which literally means “repair”, connotes healing, wellness, wholeness, justice, compassion…The artworks on this theme address social issues and problems such as homelessness, poverty, hardship,
illness, and environmental disaster. The artists draw on Jewish and other traditions
to convey visual metaphors of suffering and healing, injustice and repair.

did you
Ha Makom
olam
doctor
haiti
tallit
dancer
current
flower
creation
globe
lotus box
bag lady
recur
change lightbulb
Did you…Are you…Will you…?
Paula Leiter Pergaments  more
HaMakom  Jane Bassuk  more
Tikkun Olam 
Natalie Halpern (Eichen)
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Rainbow Deconstructed
Gloria Cooper  more
Shevirat Hakeilim-Shattering of the Vessel
Aimee Orkin  more
A Place in the Sun
Lucy Rose Fischer   more
Recur detail  Rachel Breen  more
Portrait of Dr. Paul Pattee
detail  Barbara 'Boko' Kvasnick-Nunez
more
The recycled bag lady
Sandra Baron    more
Tikkun in a Current
detail  Renanah Halpern  
more
To change a lightbulb
detail   Dianne Silverman  
more
Listening to Our Hearts
Bette Globus Goodman  more
Refuah Shlemah
Sandra A. Brick   more
These comings and goings are almost too much
detail   Joyce Lyon    more
Creation
Lynda Monick-Isenberg  more
We Are All Alone: Look at Us  Anita White  more
Lotus
Tzedakah Box
Sharon Stillman
more
Place in the sun
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