Displaying Africa, Asia, Oceania, and Americas at the Louvre: the Pavillon des Sessions

Blog post by Sandra Kemp, project PI at the V&A, and Chiara Zuanni, postdoctoral researcher at the V&A. One of the objects we are researching is an Aztec sculpture representing Quetzalcoatl, the god of creation and fertility. This sculpture arrived in France in the early 19th century and was first displayed at the Musée Américaine … Continue reading Displaying Africa, Asia, Oceania, and Americas at the Louvre: the Pavillon des Sessions

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