Sponsored Links

Exhibition 'Other Masters of India' is free on June 11th, 2010

Exhibition 'Other Masters of India' is free on June 11th, 2010

Attention: open in a new window.  E-mail

For those who have not yet visited the Exhibition Other Masters of India, this is an excellent opportunity proposed by quai Branly Museum to visit the exhibition for free on June 11th, 2010 between 11:00 AM and 09:00 PM. 

Other Masters of India
 

 

The move comes in the wake of the summer program 'La Colline des Musées' involving 4 musuems- Tokyo Palace (le Palais de Tokyo), Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris (le Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris), City of Architecture and Heritage (la Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine) and the quai Branly Museum (le musée du quai Branly) from June 11th- September 5th, 2010.

 

On the occasion of its 4th anniversary, the quei Branly museum is opening its doors to public for free on the weekend of June 25th- 27th, 2010. The platform of collections and all the temporary exhibition spaces will be freely accessible for everyone on Friday, 25th & Saturday, 26th June from 11:00 AM- 09:00 PM and on Sunday, 27th June from 11:00 AM- 07:00 PM.

 

Quai Branly Museum, that is currently holding the exhibition on the Adivasi Art of India, is a four year old institution that promotes the meeting of native cultures of Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Americas. The museum welcomed its 6,000,000th visitor on 26th May, 2010. The lucky visitor was greeted by the museum's president Stephane Martin and was gifted the entire published works of the museum- 69 books in all- in addition to a Duo Pass of unlimited validity.

 

You might like to read

Indians under spotlight- Other Masters of India

The Art of Adivasi India

 

Related Programs and Events

Meeting: Artist Jivya Soma Mashe

Conference: Emerging Indian contemporary art and challenges

Conference- Sarguja- Where the walls tell the stories

Concert Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia

Concert Rajan and Sajan Mishra

Natya- Sacred dances of Assam and Orissa

Cycle of Indian Films at quai Branly Museum