Vue de l'exposition "Mangareva, Panthéon de Polynésie"
03 Feb 2009 10 May 2009


Polynesian pantheon

The exhibition brings together the only known works to date from Mangareva, a small island in the Gambier Archipelago.

About the exhibition

There are a dozen statues, anthropomorphic or not, that have never been shown to the general public.

The exhibition is also the opportunity to view a society that is mainly unknown and to make the world aware of the richness and uniqueness of this island culture. For the Mangarevian people, it is also a way of finding its original gods and to revive its history.

  • curator

    • Philippe Peltier is the head curator in charge of the Oceania-Insulindia Heritage Unit at the musée du quai Branly in Paris
  • Place:   Galerie Jardin
  • TimeSlots:  
    From Tuesday 03 February 2009 at Sunday 10 May 2009
  • Closed on monday
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday:  10:30 am-07:00 pm
    Thursday:  10:30 am-10:00 pm
  • Public:   All publics
  • Categorie : Exhibitions