|Both ancient and modern Africa is currently being showcased at the Quai Branly Museum with the exhibition dedicated to Dogon art from Mali. This long, profound “crossing” will guide us through 330 outstanding works from the Dogon culture.|
The exhibition started on April 5 and will end on July 29, 2011.
The Festival, “l’Afrique dans tous les sens“, will take place over only 10 days but will also be rich in discoveries. It began Thursday, May 19 and will end on May 29.
The Festival is an invitation to travel, a festive and initiatory immersion for viewers into an atmosphere redolent of “scrublands”. It is a meeting place endemic to modern, urban African culture, in the tradition of village “palaver tree”.
The best of African creation will be presented with concerts, street performances, fashion shows, storytelling, dance performances, film screenings, and much more.
The Fondation Chirac, an advocate for intercultural dialogue, urges you to take part in this celebration of African vitality that crosses multiple disciplines and resolutely looks ahead to the future.
|To know more:– The Quai Branly Museum Website|