This exhibition produced by Musée de la Musique is devoted to Jamaican music, a unique heritage in music history. Jamaica has produced one of the last great musical heritage of the 20th century. Reggae and its inventions dreamt up in the suburbs of kingston have left a lasting mark on today’s urban music.
Jamaican music has ramifications as extensive as Jazz or blues and has given rise to legends as Bob Marley & the Wailers, Peter Tosh, King Tubby and Lee Perry. This exhibit celebrates music that has become the loudspeaker for a people’s identity and whose fame has spread well beyond te island fame to make it one of the most popular genres.
Available Package Options
Musée de la musique provides to the Venue the following :
- overall content of the exhibition : artworks and texts (available in French and English)
- all rights cleared for content (excluding marketing use)
- supervision of the installation (Venue to cover costs of transport, accomodation and per diems)
- visuals for marketing purpose
A catalogue was procuded for the Paris exhibition. The Venue can translate and publish the same but the costs of doing so are not included in the hiring fee.
Past and Future Venues
April 4 to August 13, 2017
Philharmonie de Paris - Musée de la Musique
March 15 to August 26, 2018
SESC 24 de Maio
Sao Paulo, Brazil
More thant 400 artworks exhibited with key pieces :
- In situ paintings and frescoes by Jamaican street artist Danny Coxson, invited by the Cité de la Musique - Philharmonie de Paris and the French Institute.
- Interactive installations: a sound system and selections to pilot yourself
- Unique instruments: M16 guitar by Peter Tosh (machine gun shaped), vintage sound systems, custom mixing console from King Tubby, etc.
- The re-enactment of universes: the legendary studios Studio One, Black Ark and King Tubby.
Rare or unreleased tracks and videos from Bob Marley and The Wailers.