Flo Carson - Social Anthropologist, studying International Development at Sciences Po, Paris. I am slightly obsessed by gender, politics, media, human rights and global health. I've worked in Asia, Africa and Europe and keen to explore more of the world we live in. Take a look at my Twitter & Tumblr for my most recent posts. tly
Thursday, 9 August 2012
Musee du Quai Branly
The only thing I found a little disappointing was The Seduction of the Palate Exhibition (19 June - 30 Sept) which seemed to me to be a collection of loads and loads of Chinese bowls, I didn't think there was much imagination in the exhibition, apart from a short arty video of conveyor belts of food twinkling past which kept me entertained/hungry.
Turns out the Quai Branly is also free for 18-25 year olds which is an extra added bonus, and it is also free for one and all on the first Sunday of the month - although be prepared to queue, and have a more rushed experience of the whole place.
Musee de Quai Branly - 37 Quai Branly 75007
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