The mahJ will be showing the first exhibition entirely devoted to Pierre Dac (1893-1975). More than 250 family archive documents and excerpts from films and television and radio programmes will highlight the life and work of this master of the absurd, one of the founder figures of contemporary French humour.
The exhibition "Words and drawings of the children of the maison d'Izieu" brings together nearly 150 photographs, archival documents and children's drawings made by the residents of this colony which served as their refuge during the Second World War.
Featuring some 180 photographs, including series never previously exhibited, "The Trials and Tribulations of Erwin Blumenfeld, 1930-1950" exhibition focuses on the photographer’s most fertile period. It also casts new light on his vision of art and his life during the Second World War.
Invited by the mahJ, Mili Pecherer presents We will not be the last of our kind, a new computer-generated image film where the story of the Deluge intertwines with more personal concerns about wandering, the quest for meaning, ecology, or the dialogue between humans and the animal world.