The Médiathèque at the musée du quai Branly in Paris: virtual, but more than that

Grandet, Odile
October 2007
Art Libraries Journal;2007, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p35
Academic Journal
In June 2006, just a year ago, in Paris — between the Seine and the Eiffel Tower — a new museum opened. The musée du quai Branly is dedicated to non-European arts and civilisations. At the heart of this museum is a médiathèque.


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