Cultural Kiosk at UN Geneva & CERN

MIR : International Museum of the Reformation

In the very place where the Reformation was adopted in Geneva in 1536, the MIR presents the history of the Protestant Reformation from 1517 to the present day, its specificities, its origin, its history, its evolution, and the influence it has had on the political, cultural, social and religious life of Geneva, Switzerland and elsewhere.

“Playing with gods”

Temporary exhibition from 13 June to 13 October

“A visual, aural and cultural experience”

Today, the MIR is staging Jouer avec les dieux (Playing with the gods), an exhibition highlighting the inter-religious dialogue that is echoed on several occasions in the MIR’s permanent collection.

Playing with gods offers an original take on religion. From the earliest times, it has been based on games, rituals and visions. The monotheisms have not abolished these dimensions, which can be seen directly or indirectly in many forms of religion, past and present. Playing with the gods offers a way of appreciating their memory and their relevance today, underlining the fundamental human need to take a step aside in order to rub shoulders with the invisible.

Offre spéciale valide sur toutes les expositions, permanente & temporaires :
13 CHF
1 billet acheté, 1 billet offert 

Special offer valid for all the exhibitions in the museum, permanent and temporary :
13 CHF
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Building E, door 40, level 1.

Mon. to Fri. : 9am – 1:30pm / 2pm to 5pm    022 917 11 11

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