Photographs from De long en large Ladakh by Jean Mansion - Édition Findakly. Copyright Lise Mansion

Musee Cernuschi
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Reopening of the Cernuschi Museum on March 4, 2020

After a major renovation campaign, the Musée des Arts de l'Asie de la Ville de Paris reopens its doors with a new permanent redesigned route.

 

Link to the site

 

 

 


Ground ControlClick to see the videoRound table on Thursday 6 February 2020 at Ground Control Paris.

Ground Control as part of their cycle on shamanism has just put online last Thursday's interview with Charles Stepanoff,
Laetitia Merli and Miriam Gablier on the theme of trance and shamanic journey.

See the video


Photographic exhibition at Le Toit du Monde galleryCENTRE CULTUREL TAIWANClick to enlarge

from GILBERT TORRETTA over the Kathmandu valley.

from 27/02 to 21/03/2020

For this occasion, we are organizing a Rooftop of the World party on

Thursday, 27 February, 6 p.m.

At 6 rue Visconti, in the presence of the photographer who will comment on his pictures and share with us his passion for Nepal.

Free admission


 

Taiwan Cultural Center in ParisCENTRE CULTUREL TAIWAN

Robin Ruizendaal, director of the Taiyuan Asian Puppet theatre museum in Taipei was awarded the 24th prize of the Fondation Culturelle Franco-Taïwanaise at the Centre Culturel de Taïwan in Paris.

The subject goes somewhat beyond our initial area of interest but the quality of his work on puppets caught our attention.

Video link : ici


 

NiceClick to enlargeThe Charles Nègre Museum of Photography - Nice

Present from February 15 to May 26, 2020

Jacques Borgetto. So close to the sky, Tibet

Varnishing: Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7 p.m.
Meet the artist : Saturday, February 15th at 2:30pm


SAPIENZAClick to enlargeColloquium at the Sapienza University of Rome

Within the framework of the colloquium
"Shamans, Sacrifices and Ghosts - Day of Studies on the Religions of Nepal", Diana Riboli, members of A.R.C.H. will speak at the Sapienza University of Rome, the

06 February 2020

On the fears aroused by the invisibility of the Christian god and the intra-ethnic conflicts between the Chepangs of south-central Nepal.