06.05 a 13.07
05.04.2023 - 09.07.2023
05.04 to 09.07
Boris Lurie – Art, Grief and Survival
Having most of his family executed by the nazis during World War II, Boris Lurie (1924-2008) dedicated his life to building restless and disquieting work.
FROM NOVEMBER 18 TO MARCH 5
Modern women! São Paulo through their eyes
Fleeing the Nazi persecution that plagued Europe and that resulted in forced migration, they arrived in Brazil and settled in São Paulo in the first decades of the 20th century. The city that they chose as their new home had, at that moment, gained the stereotypical image of “the largest industrial center of Latin America”.
30.07.22 a 29.01.23
To Walk Down from the Clouds – Leila Danziger
Starting July 30, the Museu Judaico de São Paulo (MUJ) will present To Walk Down from the Clouds, an exhibition by Leila Danziger displayed on the mezzanine level, a space set aside for exhibitions related to the Museum’s collection.
28.05.2022 a 18.09.2022
Botannica Tirannica – Giselle Beiguelman
Numerous plant species, many previously named by original peoples, were (re)christened with misogynist, racist, anti-Semitic and prejudiced names, creating another layer of symbolic violence against identities outside normative and hegemonic models.
05.12.21 a 10.04.22
From Letter to Word
This content enhances and juxtaposes the many fundamental questions of Jewish culture: the letters, the words, the texts, the book – a plural word open to commentary and interpretation.
05.12.21 a 29.05.22
Inquisition and New Christians in Brazil
Since the 1st century CE, there are records of the presence of Jews on the Iberian Peninsula. For centuries they lived, prospered and participated in politics and the economy, contributing to the development of the region.
Jews in Brazil: interlaced histories
The exhibition also analyzes the resulting plurality of the different clusters of Jewish communities established in Brazil and how the customs that form the basis of Jewish life are affected by intergenerational dynamics, whether they are based on individual or collective experiences.
A vida judaica, apresenta os costumes e rituais pelos quais o judaísmo se conecta com o sagrado, demarca o tempo, estuda seus textos, festeja valores, elege seus alimentos típicos e vivencia coletivamente cada etapa da vida.