The Absent Body [closed]
Body Imagery Between Judaism and Christianity in the Work of Eight Israeli Artists
In Search of Human Grace (CLOSED)
A Photo journey to the Jewish Community of Georgia, Summer 2011
Jews of Struggle [CLOSED]
The Jewish national movement in the USSR between 1967 and 1989 and its impact on Israel and world Jewry.
Transcending Tradition (CLOSED)
Jewish Mathematicians in German-Speaking Academic Culture
The Real and the Ideal - Paintings by Ludwig Blum
Panoramic paintings of Jerusalem and other sites in Eretz Israel, by the artist Ludwig Blum (1891-1974).
Drama of Identities
The exhibition examines issues of Jewish and Israeli identity through ironic, theatrical and poetic references.
The Revival of Jewish Papercuts
A unique collection of works on themes related to Jewish festivals. A special exhibit of Jewish paper cut art. A unique collection of works on themes related to Jewish festivals.
Never Looked Better
Contemporary Artists Respond to the Collection of the Late Herbert and Leni Sonnenfeld.
In the Heart of the Atlas
Jews of Rural Morocco, photographs by Elias Harrus, 1940-1960.
Synagogues of Turkey
Beit Hatfutsot presents a photography exhibition by the renowned Turkish photographer Izzet Keribar.
Jews have a long and rich history in Poland, and this exhibition explores that history.
Beyond the Sambatyon
Tracing the myth of the lost tribes and its evolution, from the Assyrian exile until today.
"Therefore Choose Life"
An exploration of Jews and medicine from the perspectives of religion, culture and science.
By the Black Sea
Telling the story of the Jewish agricultural colonies in southern Ukraine and the Crimean Peninsula.
To Save a World
Celebrating the vital work of The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee 1914-1984.
Dreaming in English
Portraits from the Jewish Community in Melbourne, 1989-2006, photographs by Angela Lynkushka.
Faces/ Places/ Identity
Portraits of Jews, 1975–1995, 65 portraits of Jews around the world, collected from photography collections at Beit Hatfutsot .
Tree of Life
A poignant collection of photographs by Andres Lacko depicting the changes in Jewish Hungarian life over the course of the late twentieth century.
Franz Kafka, by Jan Parik
A 2003 exhibition marking the 120th anniversary of the birth of Franz Kafka, one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century.
The story of Austrian Jewish psychologist, Sigmund Freud, a man of decisive influence on modern culture.
Synagogues in Germany
This exhibition presented virtual reconstructions of 14 major synagogues in pre-Nazi Germany.
Homage to Odessa
Three exhibitions on Odessa, the city that a century ago was a center of Jewish modernism, with the second largest Jewish community in imperial Russia
Golden Days of Summer
Memories of beautiful summer days by the seaside, in the elegant spas of Europe, and in the countryside.
The Closed Curtain
The activities of the Moscow Yiddish State Theater, during the great cultural revival.
My Love Affair with Miami Beach / Richard Nagler, Photographs; Isaac Bashevis Singer, Commentary
Rediscovered Treasures: Judaica Collections from the Museum of Ethnography and Crafts in Lvov, Ukrai