A photograph by famed actor/director/photographer/sexual provocateur Leonard Nimoy has been purchased for the permanent collection of The Jewish Museum in New York City. It was a photo from Nimoy’s controversial collection of nude women wearing tefillin which were encapsulated in a coffee table book called Shekhina last year. “The Shekhina project has generated considerable conversation and provided illumination for myself and hopefully for others,” says Nimoy. “I’m honored by the Jewish Museum’s decision to include a print from this work in their collection.” Honored, disgraced, whatever.