If you want to get a glimpse of indigenous art and cultures from around the world, a visit to the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris is a must. This one-of-a-kind museum houses an impressive collection of over 300,000 objects, all from indigenous communities in Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.
Located on the banks of the Seine, at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac or museum of arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas, offers you the largest permanent French collection. of non-Western arts. With an initiatory journey of the arts of Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Americas, everyone will be able to apprehend and discover the fascinating works gathered on a single huge plateau with mezzanines, which dialogue with each other continents and centuries apart. .
The aim of the museum is to present these cultures from a new angle, emphasizing their beauty and richness. Visitors can thus discover objects they would never have imagined, and immerse themselves in the cultures they represent.
The Quai Branly Museum is an enriching experience not to be missed when you are in Paris.
Dinh Q. Le. The thread of memory and other photographs: from February 08, 2022 to November 20, 2022
Vietnamese artist Dinh Q. Lê has built a rich and complex body of work since the 1990s, using various techniques in which photography plays an important role.
On the road to the chiefdoms of Cameroon. From visible to invisible: from April 05, 2022 to July 17, 2022
Tradition, power and culture are at the heart of this exhibition dedicated to the art of the chiefdoms of Cameroon.
New Orleans Black Indians: from October 04, 2022 to January 15, 2023
Dazzling costumes, jerky rhythms and sung jousting: the exhibition pays tribute to the extraordinary creativity of African-Americans in Louisiana through the parades of Black Indians. When the memory of slave ancestors intersects with that of Native American communities.
Kanak notebooks: from October 04, 2022 to March 12, 2023
A sensitive dive into the reality of the inventory of Kanak heritage and the meticulous investigative work carried out by Roger Boulay over two decades.
Kimono: from November 22, 2022 to May 28, 2023
Emblematic clothing and characteristic of the identity of Japan, the kimono is today an essential piece of fashion. From samurai schools to catwalks, from kabuki actors to international pop stars, spotlight on an outfit that transcends categories and borders.
Senghor and the arts: from February 07, 2023 to November 12, 2023
Portrait of the writer, poet and statesman Léopold Sédar Senghor (1909-2001), through his cultural policy following the independence of Senegal.
Open world album: from April 04, 2023 to July 02, 2023
Immerse yourself in 19th century photography, at the dawn of its diffusion beyond the borders of Europe. Treasures from the museum's photographic collections, finally revealed!
Songlines: from April 04, 2023 to July 02, 2023
Immersion in the heart of the Aboriginal world. Songlines takes us through the Australian desert on the trail of the Seven Sisters, one of the country's most popular legendary tales.
Anne Eisner (1911-1967): from April 04, 2023 to September 03, 2023
Tribute to the career of the American artist Anne Eisner, through a selection of works inspired by her stay in the Congo and recently acquired by the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac.
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