17 March-8 April 2010. This exhibition at the National Museum explores the aesthetic world of the Mursi nomadic cattle herders living in the Omo Valley, with a special focus on the role played by colours and body ornaments in the daily life of this group. The display is based on an anthropological study by the French ethnologist Jean-Baptist Eczet and includes texts, photographs and video. Opening 17 March at 18.30. Entry free.
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Mursi, Black Bull and Iron Soil
National Museum, Entoto Road (Arat Kilo).