Quai Branly in Process

@article{Clifford2007QuaiBI,
  title={Quai Branly in Process},
  author={J. Clifford},
  journal={October},
  year={2007},
  pages={3-23}
}
Viewed from the Seine, through its glass palisade, the museum looks like a capsized container ship ... in dry dock. Hoisted on pillars, the exhibition plateau seems exposed and incongruous. Red, gray, yellow windowless boxes protrude. Seen from the rue de l'Universite, on the opposite side, the long, scored body seems already to be rusting. Three smaller buildings are yoked to one end; a domed restaurant perches on top. Underneath, a garden, or rather, a forest, is taking root. The trees are… Expand

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For Regenvanu's residency at the British Museum and his painting discussed below, see www
  • Quai Branly in Process 15. On the Vanuatu Cultural Center, see Lissant Bolton
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For a full account of the history sketched here, see Sally Price's forthcoming book
  • Primitive: Jacques Chirac's Museum on the Quai Branly