For the first time in France, the mahJ is devoting an exhibition to Helena Rubinstein (1872- 1965). Featuring more than 300 exhibits from her famous collection – objects, garments, photographs, etchings, books, paintings, sculptures and tapestries, including works by Marc Chagall, Michel Kikoïne, Sarah Lipska, Louis Marcoussis, Elie Nadelman and Maurice Utrillo – it recounts the life and career of the woman whom Jean Cocteau dubbed “the empress of beauty.”
Sous la direction de Dominique Bourel, CNRS, université de Potsdam, auteur de Moses Mendelssohn. La naissance du judaïsme moderne (Gallimard, 2004)
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.
October 2, 2018 – March 31, 2019
David Perlov (1930-2003) is one of the key figures of Israeli cinema in the last quarter of the 20th century. Yet the scope of his oeuvre, sustained by his lifelong practice of drawing and photography, extends far beyond his work as a filmmaker.
Azri, guitare ; Gabri, guitare et chants ; Itamar Levy, batterie ; Noa Vax, percussions ; Ittai Binun, flûtes électriques
Documentaire de Silvina Landsmann
France, Israël, 2015, 100 min, VOSTF
Sous la direction d’Élie Barnavi, professeur émérite d’Histoire moderne à l’Université de Tel-Aviv, conseiller scientifique auprès du musée de l’Europe à Bruxelles.