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The Judah L. Magnes Museum

The Judah L. Magnes Museum, founded in 1962, is the third largest Jewish museum in North America. Throughout its 40-year history, the museum has searched the world for objects that illustrate the triumphs and struggles of the Jewish people. The permanent collections hold over 12,000 objects of Jewish ceremonial, folk and fine art including paintings, sculpture, prints, and drawings by contemporary and traditional artists.

The Museum's current exhibition:

Acting Out: Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore
April 4, 2005 - July 2005
The Judah L. Magnes Museum

An exhibition to present the little-known chapter in the lives of the famed Surrealist photographer Lucie Schwob (aka Claude Cahun) and her partner, the writer and artist Marcel Moore.


Location:
2911 Russell Street
Berkeley, CA 94705

Hours: Sun-Wed 11-4, Th 11-8

Closed some Jewish and federal holidays

Admission: Suggested donation
$4.00 Adults
$3.00 Seniors and students
Free Museum members and children under 12

Phone: (510) 549-6950

Fax: (510) 849-3673
Website: http://www.magnes.org