Perhaps this August as many of us are traveling we’ll have a brief glimpse into the nomadic lifestyle, though the authentic nomad doesn’t stay in hotels, rather in caravans and campers, and sometimes resides in nothing other than a spartan tent. Millions of people around the world live the ephemeral lifestyle of nomads, and Leopold Banchini reflects on this with “Nomad”, his current installation at the Musée du quai Branly — “a place of relaxation, reflection, a place to take time.” Branchini is the co-recipient of the Lion d’or at the 2010 Biennale de Venise.
The installation lasts until September 4. There are free workshops everyday and on the weekends you can enjoy family entertainment and nomad cuisine. Download the program (in French)
Previously: The Marvelous Musée du Quai Branly