God(s): A User’s Guide, an exhibition presented by the “God(s): A User’s Guide Exhibition in Geneva” association, with the support of the Loterie Romande and private partners.

Following its launch in Brussels in 2006-2007, the exhibition has been updated every time it has been exhibited:

- Madrid, Centro Cultural de la Villa, 2007-2008
- Quebec, Museum of Civilisation, 2010
- Ottawa, Canadian Museum of Civilisations, 2011
- Paris, Musée du Petit-Palais, Musée des Beaux-arts de la Ville de Paris, 2012-2013
- Warsaw, Ethnography Museum, 2013

In its current version, the scientific, set design and artistic adaptation is the joint work of the God(s): A User’s Guide Exhibition in Geneva association, Tempora in Brussels and Geneva, and Opus One.

 

The association is represented by:

President: Isabelle Graesslé, theologian and former Director of the International Museum of the Reformation, Geneva
Secretary: André Castella, former Deputy Secretary General at the Department of Security, Employment and Health
Members: Roger Mayou, former Director of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum, Geneva, Claude Membrez, Managing Director of Palexpo

 

Original scientific committee for the exhibition (2004-2006), led by Elie Barnavi:

Mohammed Arkoun, Koeki Claessens, Michel Collardelle, Filip De Boeck, Régis Debray, Pierre de Maret, Philippe Geenens, Laurent Gervereau, Maurice Godelier, Vincent Goossaert, Guido Gryseels, Daniele Jalla, Aviad Kleinberg, Philippos Mazarakis-Anian, Rodrigo Montoya, Krzysztof Pomian, Hans Ottomeyer, Hartmut O. Rotermund, Konrad Vanja.

 

With the participation and kind collaboration of the lenders:

- Bibliothèque de Genève
- CarCob, Brussels
- Cathédrale de la Résurrection, Évry
- Féroé architectes, Geneva
- Haus der Geschichte, Bonn
- Musée Alexis Forel, Morges
- Musée Barbier-Mueller, Geneva
- Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain, Geneva
- Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme, Paris
- Musée des Confluences, Lyon
- Musée de l’Europe, Brussels
- Musée d’Ethnographie de Neuchâtel
- Musée international de la Réforme, Geneva
- Museum der Kulturen Basel
- Musée national suisse, Zurich
- Museum Rietberg, Zurich
- Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen - Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden
- Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen-Tropen Museum, Amsterdam
- Nordamerika Native Museum (NONAM), Zurich
- passage, Paris
- Synagogue Beith-GIL, Geneva
- Private collector

 

An exhibition designed and produced by Tempora

With the support of the Musée de l'Europe and the Mémorial de Caen, Cité de l'histoire pour la paix in Normandy

Media partners Radio Télévision Suisse, Le Matin Dimanche, Le Dauphiné