Georges Jeanclos (Paris, 1933 - Paris, 1997), The Guerry Columns, detail of the capital, France, 1994

 
Hanging

Until January 31st 2021

The Guerry Columns, a major work Georges Jeanclos (1933-1997), joined recently the mahJ’s collections thanks to an exceptional donation by the artist’s family of a full-scale terracotta study of the bronze monument erected in the hamlet of Guerry at Savigny-en-Septaine in the Cher. A poignant evocation of one of the crimes of the Shoah perpetrated on the French territory, this work constitutes a major enrichment of the mahJ’s contemporary collection.

Amedeo Modigliani, La Chevelure noire, dite aussi Jeune fille brune assise, détail, 1918
Exhibition

Scheduled from 2 April till 23 August 2020, the exhibition has been postponed to spring 2021, due to the health crisis linked to the Coronavirus and the closure of the museum from 16 March to 6 June 2020.

The School of Paris designates the artistic scene constituted by foreign artists from all over Europe and also the Americas, Asia and Africa. This cosmopolitism was unprecedented in art history.

In the narrow street "Rue des Rosiers". During a walking tour of the Jewish Marais.
Walking Tour

Due to the covid 19 epidemic, this program has been cancelled. Tours for small groups (up to 15) are available from 1st september 2020

A guided tour for everyone: children, teenagers and adults

Michel Kikoïne, Claire's portrait, 1928
Hanging
From Saturday 6 June 2020 until Sunday 31 January 2021

The mahJ presents a hanging of works from its collections donated by two great collectors, daughters of the painters of the École de Paris, Michel Kikoïne and Léon Weissberg.

Jean Besancenot, Jeunes filles juives d’Erfoud (young girls from Erfoud), Morocco, 1930s
Exhibition

Tuesday 30 June 2020 – Sunday 2 May 2021

Jean Besancenot’s photographs, taken from 1934 to 1937, are a priceless record of rural Jewish communities in Morocco no longer in existence. 

Abraham, Sarah et André-Gibert Hassoun, Eïn Beïda, 1904
Hanging
From Tuesday 21 July 2020 until Sunday 17 January 2021

After an extensive investigation, the mahJ’s curators have unveiled part of the mystery shrouding three portraits of the Hassoun family of Constantine. Their research succeeded in localising the family, discovering the cultural identities indicated by the garments worn and establishing the singular path that took them to France. 

In addition to these discoveries, this presentation is an opportunity to more fully understand the work of the museum’s curators and their interest in each work’s hidden facets...

Assiette de Pourim
Workshop
Sunday 21 February 2021, 10h30-13h00

Atelier cuisine
Enfants à partir de 5 ans, accompagnés d’adultes