Museum of Chinese Art and Ethnography Xaverian Missionaries - V.le S. Martino, 8 - Parma, Italy 0521-257.337



Chinese Asian Art

There are many museums and realities concerning Chinese Art, showing objects similar to the works of art of our Museum. Here are a few interesting links.









The following is a list of Museums, Blogs and other interested organizations, that carry collections of Traditional African Art and studies in Ethnographic topics.



  • AfricaMuseum - Tervuren (MRAC-KMMA), Royal Museum for Central Africa with unique collections for knowledge and resources on Central Africa. Tervuren, Belgium
  • American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), online resources for education in the humanities. New York
  • Fowler museum at UCLA, exploring global arts and cultures with an emphasis on works from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas, with school and teachers resources, on the Lega of Congo and other cultures. Los Angeles, CA
  • Musée Africain, one of the oldest museums dedicated to Africa, with collections specialized in West African objects. Lyon, France
  • Musée Ethnographique de Genève (MEG), exploring the diversity of cultures and the wealth of the differences between them. Geneva
  • Musee Dapper, an artistic and cultural place for Africa, the Caribbean and their diaspora. Paris
  • Musée du quai Branly, displaying collections of objects from African, Asian, Oceanian and American civilizations. Paris
  • Musées Barbier-Mueller, Art from Antiquity, Africa, Asia and Oceania. Geneva
  • Museu do Índio, on the importance of indigenous cultures of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro
  • Museum for African Art, dedicated to the arts and cultures of Africa. New York
  • Museum of African Art, cultivating appreciation and understanding of the arts, history and heritage of Africa, building awareness of cultural diversity. Belgrade, Serbia
  • Museum Rietberg, works from early Buddhist sculptures of China to the wood sculpture from West Africa. Zürich
  • National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, inspiring conversations about the beauty, power, and diversity of African arts and cultures worldwide. Washington, DC
  • The African Art Museum of Maryland, dedicated to collecting, exhibiting and preserving the art of Africa. Maryland
  • The British Museum, Collections of the Department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas. London


Blogs & Organizations