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Raphaël Denis, Fonds Paul Rosenberg : les années parisiennes
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Raphaël Denis. Rosenberg Fund, the Parisian years

jusqu'au 1er décembre 2024

Raphaël Denis's installation at the mahJ is a memorial reappropriation of the collection of art dealer Paul Rosenberg, a victim of Nazi spoliations. The artist-researcher has been exploring the question of the spoliations of works of art that took place in France during the Second World War for almost a decade, through a series of installations called the Normal Law of Errors.

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Chana rue d'Assas avec son fils
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"The child Didi", story of a looted work of art by Chana Orloff, 1921-2023

From 19 November 2023 to 29 September 2024

On January 26, 2023, the sculpture of "L'enfant Didi", Chana Orloff's son, returned to the artist's studio after an absence of almost 80 years. Stolen on March 4, 1943 - along with the entire contents of the studio-dwelling and one hundred and forty other sculptures - the work was then passed from hand to hand until its reappearance in New York in 2008 and its return to the family in 2022.

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André Steiner, Arabesque aérienne
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André Steiner. The Body: From Desire to Transcendence

From May 16 to September 22, 2024

As part of the Cultural Olympiad, the mahJ is devoting an exhibition to the Hungarian photographer André Steiner, a pioneer of the "New Vision", who expressed his talent by capturing athletic bodies in motion in Paris in the 1930s.

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Visite au mahJ
Guided visit

Discover the mahJ

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By Elisa Boularand or Orlie Taieb, mahJ's guides.  

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Photo colorisée d'Hanna Rovina dans le rôle de Léa prise lors d'une représentation du Dibbouk à Berlin, 1926
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The Dybbuk, phantom of the “lost world”

From 26 September 2024 to 26 January 2025

In popular Jewish culture, a dybbuk refers to a wandering soul that takes possession of a living person, according to a belief that developed in Eastern Europe from the 18th century onwards. The dybbuk is one of those supernatural creatures that have gone beyond the realms of superstition to become a theme that inspires artists past and present. The mahJ is devoting a rich exhibition to the dybbuk, combining theatre, film, music, literature and popular culture.

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La danseuse saute dos aux vagues
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Paula Padani. Migrant dance: Hamburg, Tel Aviv, Paris

From 14 November 2024 to 16 November 2025

The exhibition retraces the little-known career of dancer Paula Padani (1913-2001) through 120 photographs, posters and costumes. With her vision of movement as a force for life, and her ability to bounce between different countries and cultures, she blazed new trails for her art and played a pioneering role in the emergence of Israeli contemporary dance. 

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