The museum presents permanent exhibitions and alternate exhibitions based on a rich collection of Judiaca, items of Jewish heritage and Israeli and Jewish culture.
The museum collection is considered one of the most important Judaica collections in the world and contains items from the Second Temple period to the present, from sectors and communities around the world.

Temporary Exhibitions

By A Thread
Curator: Vardi Kahana
Artist: Sarah Muchtar

Opening: December 26, 2019 Fifth Night of Chanukah at 19:00

December 25 - March 22, 2020


Shared Sensitivities
Curator: Dr. Smadar Sheffi
Artists: Avner Sher, Pesi Girsch

October 11, 2019 - April 4, 2020

Friction between time and space, objects and memory, becomes tangible in the installation by Pesi Girsch, Window and the Shadow of Books. Girsh uses volumes of the Encyclopedia Hebraica, once the crowning glory of the Hebrew Enlightenment but today superfluous, alongside mise-en-scène photographs of books and furniture, moments of refined beauty and pain snatched from time. The encyclopedia echoes the failure of twofold optimism: the Age of Enlightenment belief that knowledge can be encompassed and that its foundations are unchanging; and the early days of the State of Israel, when the first Encyclopedia Hebraica was published and signified the culmination of general and Jewish culture.

Opening Hours

Museum of Jewish Art

Address: 58 King George Street


Opening Hours

Sun, Mon, Thurs: 9:00 - 15:00

Tues: 9:00 - 18:00

Weds: 9:00 - 17:00

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