It shows cultural diversity through the artistic experience of the peoples from a multidisciplinary perspective and is a platform for dissemination and social projection of the
Heritage and knowledge of other cultures of the world. As a public entity, it promotes social projection, dissemination and educational use to become a space of knowledge by
putting collections at the service of citizens.
The permanent exhibition begins in Africa, with the culture of the Fang of Equatorial Guinea and continues with the Christian art manifestations of Ethiopia, in which a triptych with the Virgin and Child of the 17th century stands out.
The pieces from Oceania and Asia occupy the first floor of the museum; the arts of New Guinea, in which one of the thematic axes is the house of the men of the area of the Sepik river, although for its size they emphasize the bisj, sculptures of the Asmat of means of the XX Century.
Undoubtedly the Museum of World Cultures of Barcelona offers its visitors unprecedented equipment.