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To mark its twentieth anniversary, the mahJ is devoting an exhibition – the first of its kind in France – to Sigmund Freud (1856-1939). With more than two hundred paintings, drawings, prints, books, objects and scientific instruments – including major works by Gustave Courbet, Gustav Klimt, René Magritte and Mark Rothko – Jean Clair, the exhibition’s curator, is proposing a fresh insight into the intellectual and scientific development of the inventor of psychoanalysis and the influence of Judaism.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary and the 70th anniversary of the creation of the state of Israel, the mahJ presents the first exhibition in France dedicated to the photographer Helmar Lerski (1871-1956).
To celebrate its 20th birthday, the mahJ highlights in the permanent collection and the auditorium foyer 100 donors and the artwork they have donated to the museum.
Ensemble d'œuvres de la donation faite au mahJ en 2016 par Evelyne Taslitzky, fille du peintre
À l’occasion de la commémoration des quarante ans de la disparition de René Goscinny, le mahJ, en partenariat avec l’Institut René Goscinny, présente la première rétrospective consacrée au co-créateur d’Astérix et du Petit Nicolas. L'exposition rassemble plus de 200 œuvres, dont des planches et scénarios originaux, et de nombreux documents inédits issus des archives Goscinny.
In autumn 2012, the extraordinary discovery of a genizah in the attic of the synagogue at Dambach-la-Ville in the Bas-Rhin brought to light thousands of documents and objects dating from the 14th to the 19th century, “saved from the skip” by researchers and volunteers. This genizah contained an extraordinary wealth of vestiges, both in their variety and their age.
Sculptures, paintings, visual and acoustic installations, films, concerts... Charlemagne Palestine’s exhibition at the mahJ is the first of its kind in a French museum. Combining past creations and his most recent works, his installation in the former stables takes us into the very heart of his fascinating universe, in which stuffed toys play a leading role.