In October 2014 Geneva’s Musée d’ethnographie re-opened after a 5-year renovation (info). This new start was accompanied by the launch of eMEG, a digital platform to explore their permanent and temporary exhibitions, from home or on your phone or tablet while visiting the museum. You can browse through each display case and learn more about the exhibited objects in detail, check it out for yourself here.
The whole website is nicely designed and very user-friendly. A great plus is the presence of multiple views of the presented objects, such as the back of the sachihongo mask below.
A nice discovery was this field-photo featuring the king of Babanki Tungo around 1930 next to a house post by the previously discussed sculptor-king Phonchu Aseh.
ps the objects from the MEG’s collection that are not on display can be explored here (unlike eMEG only in French).