Musée de l’art ludique
The Musée de l’art ludique (Ludic arts museum) is a museum in Paris dedicated to various forms of creative entertainment.
Housed in the stunning les Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design building, overlooking the Seine and enlarged in a futuristic style in 2008 by Jakob + MacFarlane architects, the Musée de l’art ludique is one of the few museums in the World dedicated to “alternative” creative forms of expression such as comics, manga, video-games and animation.
The museum, opened in 2013, hosts a permanent collection, thematic temporary exhibitions, master classes and conferences.
The Musée de l’art ludique is accessible to people with disabilities.
Review by Riccardo Bianchini, Inexhibit
Photos: cover by ollografik, 1 and 2 by Guilhem Vellut
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