(1) Inv. 70.2009.62.1 © musée du quai Branly, photograph Claude Germain

(2) Inv. 71.1881.21.28 © musée du quai Branly, photograph T. Ollivier, M. Urtado

(3) Inv. 71.1892.62.4 © musée du quai Branly, photograph T. Ollivier, M. Urtado

(4) Inv. 71.1959.71.1 © musée du quai Branly, photograph T. Ollivier, M. Urtado

extra mural

"While access to culture and works of art is open to everyone, the path to reach them is not the same for all. Since the opening of the musée du quai Branly in 2006, we have employed a policy of accessibility in a broad sense in order to share the collection of which we have the care and to remove the obstacles preventing museum visits. Our extramural activities form part of this policy, creating a vast field of possible connections that we are exploring – locally, regionally and internationally – by setting out to encounter audiences and to promote the circulation of the works." 

– Stéphane Martin, President of the musée du quai Branly

Theaer mask, 19th century/beginning 20th century, Jawa, Asie. Inv. 70.2009.62.1 © musée du quai Branly, photo Claude Germain - Click to enlarge, open in a new window
(1) Theater mask, 19th century/early 20th century, Java, Asia
Sugpiaq plank mask, Kodiak Island, United States, Americas. Inv. 71.1881.21.28 © musée du quai Branly, photo Thierry Ollivier, Michel Urtado - Click to enlarge, open in a new window
(2) Sugpiaq plank mask, Kodiak Island, United States, Americas.
Anthropomorphic Kongo/Yombe mask, Loango, Congo, Africa. Inv. 71.1892.62.4 © musée du quai Branly, photo Thierry Ollivier, Michel Urtado - Click to enlarge, open in a new window
(3) Anthropomorphic Kongo/Yombe mask, Loango, Congo, Africa.
Head, New Zealand, Oceania. Inv. 71.1959.71.1 © musée du quai Branly, photo Thierry Ollivier, Michel Urtado - Click to enlarge, open in a new window
(4) Head, New Zealand, Oceania.

Discover all of the extramural activities undertaken by the museum: regional partnerships, including the exhibition "Magical hunts" and the collaboration with MuCEM, the museum's itinerant exhibition, les Ateliers nomades (nomadic workshops) and the other extramural activities.