Until 15 May 2023, the 27 MNR preserved by the Strasbourg City Museums are gathered at the Heitz Gallery.

Seven objects (Museum of Decorative Arts and Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame) and 20 paintings (Museum of Fine Arts and Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art) are presented to the public.

Recommendations to museums in France on MNR properties (1933-1945)

Museums in France are required to study the provenance of the works in their collections, to ensure that they are not stolen between 1933 and 1945. For works «Musées nationaux récupération» (MNR), deposited in more than 170 Museums of France, museums must also exhibit and highlight them specifically.

Mediation, valorisation and provenance research on NRMs

The Mission for the Search and Restitution of Cultural Objects Looted between 1933 and 1945 makes available to museums different tools (presentation text of MNR works, models of cartels, indications for the transmission of photographs to feed the Rose-Valland base (MNR-Jeu de Paume), etc.).

The University and the Museums of the City of Strasbourg are teaming up to study these objects and their legal status and an international symposium organized in spring 2023 will complete this presentation at the Heitz gallery.