my wandering days

Le musee du quai Branly was free last weekend for it’s 5 year anniversary, so we went to check it out. I’m not hugely interested in archaeological museums, but I did want to see Jean Nouvel’s architecture. And if you like archaeological artefacts, like African and Asian art, it’s very well done, with wonderful exhibition spaces and displays.
I really liked The River installation, a river of words flowing along the ramp leading to the permanent collection.


After touring around the museum, we listened to some great jazz music in the garden’s amphitheatre.



And finally a look at the museum’s very cool living wall:

Le musee du quai Branly was free last weekend for it’s 5 year anniversary, so we went to check it out. I’m not hugely interested in archaeological museums, but I did want to see Jean Nouvel’s architecture. And if you like archaeological artefacts, like African and Asian art, it’s very well done, with wonderful exhibition spaces and displays.

I really liked The River installation, a river of words flowing along the ramp leading to the permanent collection.

After touring around the museum, we listened to some great jazz music in the garden’s amphitheatre.

And finally a look at the museum’s very cool living wall:

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