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An art journey through Paris Magnétique

On admission-free Sundays, Paris Magnétique can be experienced in a completely different way: Guides accompany visitors through the exhibition chapters and offer different experiences in the rooms throughout the afternoon.

Jüdisches Museum Berlin von außen
Jüdisches Museum Berlin von außen © Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto Jens Ziehe

Yiddish was the language of many Jewish artists who moved to Paris from Eastern Europe before the First World War. Dalik Sojref reveals in which Parisian cafés you could order in Yiddish and practices a little Yiddish with you in the reading corner. He also reads a fairy tale in Yiddish, German and Russian for children with hand puppets.

Drawing like Marc Chagall, Sonia Delaunay, Chaim Soutine, Amadeo Modigliani or inspired by other artists:inside Paris Magnétique! Veronika Kranzpiller and Atalya Laufer show which techniques were used in the artworks and offer drawing workshops directly in the exhibition.

What life stories are behind the Paris School? People from different backgrounds and with diverse personalities moved in the scene, but at the same time they were united by common goals and ideals.

Polina Polovnikova approaches the biographies and fates interactively together with the participants and shows how the artists shaped modern art.

(Program in German)
Additional information
Meeting point: Old building 1st floor Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin To the site plan

Booking: Tickets can only be purchased for the Museum Sundays via the website
Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Jüdisches Museum Berlin