The exhibition plays with the differing perceptions of sexuality in Judaism. Modern and contemporary art, traditional artifacts, film, and new media illustrate a range of Jewish positions that have been discussed for centuries in the canon of rabbinic literature.
From the central importance of marriage and procreation, via desire, taboos, and the questioning of social norms, to the eroticism of spirituality, the exhibition presents the whole spectrum of Jewish attitudes and shows that traditional debates are highly relevant to present-day Jewish positions on sexuality.
The exhibition is presented in cooperation with the Jewish Museum Amsterdam.
Price info: The permanent exhibition and other exhibition areas are free of charge, with the exception of temporary exhibitions. Admission to temporary exhibitions in the old building is €8 regular and €3 reduced. Children and young people under the age of 18 are admitted free of charge.
We recommend purchasing a time slot ticket in advance in our ticket shop. For spontaneous visitors, there are a few remaining tickets at the ticket desk.
Reduced price: €3.00
Reduced price info: Reduced admission for pupils, students, volunteers, unemployed persons (ALG I), severely disabled persons (at least 50 percent) - free admission for: - children and young people (under 18 years) - members of the Circle of Friends and Patrons of the Jewish Museum Berlin e. V. - holders of a berlinpass and recipients of transfer payments (ALG II, social assistance, basic security or asylum benefits) - upon presentation of proof. - Holders of a berlinpass and recipients of transfer benefits (ALG II, social welfare, basic security or benefits under the Asylum Seekers' Benefits Act) - upon presentation of proof - Persons accompanying severely disabled persons who are medically recognized as necessary - Members of the German Museums Association and ICOM members - Journalists