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Musee du Quai Branly Exhibitions 2024

Musee du Quai Branly's exhibitions are an enchanting tapestry of indigenous art and culture. With a focus on celebrating the world's diverse heritage, the museum's 2024 exhibitions promise to be both educational and awe-inspiring. From thought-provoking thematic displays to vibrant, immersive experiences, there's a lot to explore. Join us in discovering vivid stories and artistic legacies that will make your visit to Musee du Quai Branly an unforgettable journey. Read on to discover what's in store for the year 2024!

Why you should attend Musee du Quai Branly exhibitions

Musee du Quai Branly Exhibitions
  • Global diversity: Explore an extensive array of exhibitions that showcase the richness of indigenous art and culture spanning continents, from Africa and Asia to the Americas and Oceania.
  • Cultural enrichment: Delve deep into the heart of diverse global cultures, gaining valuable insights into their traditions, rituals, and histories.
  • Thematic depth: Each exhibition offers a unique lens through which to view indigenous heritage, providing an in-depth exploration of specific themes, regions, or artistic movements.
  • Architectural marvel: The museum's iconic design, featuring the renowned living green wall, enhances the visual appeal of the exhibitions, creating a truly captivating atmosphere.
  • Educational value: An excellent resource for students, researchers, and those passionate about gaining a wealth of information and knowledge.

Musee du Quai Branly Exhibitions of 2024

Shamanic Visions

Dates: 14 November 2023 – 26 May 2024

This exhibition explores the contemporary relationships between the consumption of psychedelic drugs and iconographic production, using ayahuasca - 'vine of the dead' (in Quechua) as a case study. Consumed mainly for therapeutic or divination processes, ayahuasca is also closely linked to artistic creation. Shamanic Visions presents a panorama of the different ways in which these ayahuasca-induced ‘visionary images’ are represented today.

Duration: 08:37

Location: Mezzanine est

Beyond Anthropology

Dates: 6 February 2024 – 19 May 2024

Focussed on three key activist and artistic figures of the 20th century - novelist Zora Neale Hurston, journalist Eslanda Goode Robeson, and dancer Katherine Dunham, Beyond anthropology parallels their field archives with their artistic and political productions, through photos and films which bear witness to their unique view they had of their times.

Duration: 15:13

Location: Atelier Martine Aublet

Myriam Mihindou

Dates: 6 February 2024 – 10 November 2024

Franco-Gabonese artist Myriam Mihindou pays tribute and celebrates Punu culture through her immersive exhibition of materials and sound. An ode to Punu mourners, true companions of souls who guide the deceased to the afterlife and the living through their mourning, this exhibition reinterprets an ancestral practice and the narratives and myths that accompany it.

Duration: 15:42

Location: Galerie Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière

Mexica

Dates: 3 April 2024 – 8 September 2024

Mexica, organised in association with Mexico City’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), is a unique exhibition in the history of Mesoamerican archaeology. The exhibit includes the 204 offerings made by the Mexica people to their most revered divinities, in order to insinuate themselves with them, pay homage to them and, sometimes, try to obtain certain favours in return.

Location: Galerie Jardin

Taïnos and Kalinagos of the Antilles

Dates: 4 June 2024 – 13 October 2024

This exhibition was created to pay homage to the exhibition presented in Petit Palais at the initiative of Jacques Chirac, thirty years ago. In hindsight, that exhibition is considered a prelude to the birth of Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac.

Location: Atelier Martine Aublet




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FAQs about Musee du Quai Branly Exhibitions

What is Musee du Quai Branly?

Musee du Quai Branly is an indigenous art and culture museum in Paris, showcasing diverse heritage from around the world.

How can I purchase tickets for Musee du Quai Branly exhibitions?

Tickets can be purchased online or on-site at the museum's ticket counter.

What are the operating hours of Musee du Quai Branly?

Musee du Quai Branly operates from 10:30 AM to 7 PM daily except Mondays and Thursdays. On Thursdays, it opens from 10:30 AM to 10 PM.

Is there a specific dress code for visiting the exhibitions?

No, there is no specific dress code, but it is recommended to dress comfortably and respectfully.

Is Musee du Quai Branly accessible for people with disabilities?

Yes, the museum has facilities to accommodate disabled visitors, including wheelchair access.

What is the average duration of a visit to Musee du Quai Branly exhibitions?

The duration varies based on your interests, but most visitors spend 2-3 hours exploring the exhibitions.

Is there a cafe or restaurant on-site for dining?

Yes, Musee du Quai Branly has a restaurant and cafe offering a range of dining options.

Do I need to book tickets in advance for popular exhibitions?

It's advisable to book tickets in advance for popular exhibitions to secure your entry, especially during peak tourist seasons.

Does Musee du Quai Branly have family-friendly exhibitions suitable for children?

Yes, the museum often features family-friendly exhibitions and activities suitable for children, fostering a love for art and culture from a young age.