Germany

Hamburg museum exhibition: Bali, the island of dreams

Hamburg museum exhibition: Bali, the island of dreams

The long term exhibition “Bali, the island of dreams” has been opened at the Museum of Ethnology, Hamburg, Germany.  Read More

[Exhibition] Korean treasures from German museums

[Exhibition] Korean treasures from German museums

The exhibition, at the Linden Museum in Stuttgart, showcases 116 representative Korean artworks which have been selected from among 6000 pieces housed in ten museums in Germany. The exhibition is organized by the Korea Foundation.  Read More

[Germany] Maori: New Zealand's First Inhabitants

[Germany] Maori: New Zealand’s First Inhabitants

The exhibition “Maori: New Zealand’s First Inhabitants” will be held at Linden-Museum Stuttgart State Museum of Ethnology in Germany until October 14 2012.  Read More

[Exhibition] Fascinated by Blue and White

[Exhibition] Fascinated by Blue and White

At the Museum of Islamic Art, Pergamonmuseum in Berlin, this exhibition explores the fascination the Islamic world had for blue and white porcelain imported from China. These attractive high-fired ceramics which made their first real appearance in West Asia in the 14th century were much treasured, eagerly collected, copied, exchanged and displayed. Especially in the […]  Read More

GRASSI Museum of Ethnology, Germany

GRASSI Museum of Ethnology, Germany

The Grassi Ethnological Museum in Leipzig, Germany, showcases numerous impressive collections from all over the world. The exhibitions are designed to be appealing to both art connoisseurs as well as visitors interested in the life of other cultures.  Read More

Five Continents Museum, Munich, Germany

Five Continents Museum, Munich, Germany

The Five Continents Museum in Munich (formerly State Museum of Ethnology) was founded in 1862 and is the oldest of its kind in Germany. Today it holds about 160,000 ethnographical artefacts and masterpieces of non-European origin.   Read More

Museum of Ethnology Hamburg, Germany

Museum of Ethnology Hamburg, Germany

The ethnographic collection of Hamburg, in Germany, was first mentioned in 1850 as part of the municipal library. After several moves, it became the Museum of Ethnology Hamburg (Museum für Völkerkunde) in 1879.  Read More

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