Creative Museum Triumphs at Le Musée d’Angoulême

Today, The Creative Museum walked in the front door of Le Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Angoulême, France.

Thirty combs from the family, who devoted 30 years to comb scholarship, were combined with headdresses from the Antoine de Galbert collection. The exhibition was called EN TÊTE À TÊTE.

It divided combs and headdresses to show four cultural themes: birth and initiation, marriage, social status, and death.

The Creative Museum made a film tour of the exhibition. Look at how many people came to learn.

The galleries were packed.

Thank you, Alain, Catherine, and Joel for making a “dent in the universe” and bringing hair combs to the environment in which they belong.


For more scholarly research, please examine

The catalog from this exhibition, which will be available in the museum shop soon. Or, you can contact the museum and request a copy.

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