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Permanent Exhibition Area
A continuous geographical journey around 3500 artefacts from all four corners of the world.
At the exit of the “ramp”, the long winding ribbon spiralling up from the entrance hall, the permanent exhibition area presents the large geographical areas from which the museum’s exceptional collections of originate. Oceania, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
The display of 3500 artefacts highlights the historical depth of the cultures presented and the diversity of meaning of the objects. The museum invites visitors to pause and learn more about significant themes: videos and exceptional and passionate contain information on masks and tapa cloth from Oceania, costumes from Asia, musical instruments and textiles from Africa!
Capacity: 1000 visitors
Area : 5,300 m2
The East Mezzanine holds exhibitions that draw their material from works in the collections and stores of the Musée du quai Branly and present them on a thematic basis.
Capacity: 150 visitors
Area: 700 m2
The West Mezzanine presents anthropology exhibitions dedicated to the major themes that structure relationships between people. They encourage the visitor to reflect on universal questions: to create, to believe, to initiate, to grow, to conquer…
: 150 visitors
: 750 m
Gently ovoid in shape, the whiteness of the Jardin Gallery creates a departure from the museum building and thus emphasises its location. It hosts temporary international exhibitions twice a year. This large space is designed to be altered as required.
: 400 visitors
: 2000 m
Level : 0