An important part of the world art history, the Ivorian sculptures were exposed at Quai Branly Museum in Paris as a flagship exhibition until July 24, 2015. Made by different tribes, these sculptures were exhibited in the spaces in divers colors designed by Didier Blin. The lighting had to adapt not only to preserve the works but also to accent the specific character of each work.
For the first time in the history of the Museum, the natural light was introduced in the exhibition space. Thus, for lighting design, it was required to find a good balance between day view and night view, as well as to make the sculptures look beautiful wherever its exhibited: in the dark corners or near the windows...
: Quai Branly
Project Team : Didier Blin
Dates : 2015
Surface : 2 000 m2