The Musée d’ethnographie de Neuchâtel is a progressive museum for art from all five continents located in Switzerland’s beautiful museum-packed town of Neuchâtel. Founded in 1904, the museum is split into two sites: One focuses on classical ethnography, displaying a vast collection of interesting objects from all over the world, while the other focuses on the exhibition project. In fact, the Musée d’ethnographie de Neuchâtel is famous for this latter part, as the concepts are very unusual, bold and immersive. “We are mostly tackling contemporary issues such as heritage policies, subcultures, loss or the role of technology in daily life,” says Yann Laville, the museum’s co- director.