there is a quite interesting exhibition in Stuttgart called "World Views".
Here you can find some information about it:
To mark the Linden-Museum’s centenary the exhibition combines for the first time on over 2,000 square metres more than Protected content from all seven regional departments in one show that opens up in cultural
a view of the world’s fascinating variety.
How do people wed in Asia? What ideas about the hereafter did they have in Peru? What is aesthetics? How do political rulers differ? In its exhibition the Linden-Museum deals with the many and astonishing ways in which people can see, interpret and classify the world. Leading-edge exhibits of international repute explain how people think and act and heighten our awareness of cultural differences and common ground that we encounter in an increasingly globalised world.
In the process, current issues come up against historical items from one of Europe’s foremost ethnological collections. Ethnology here serves as an interpreter of other ways of living. It makes seemingly everyday, but none the less artistic objects such as clothing, jewellery,
masks, ritual items speak and draws attention to the colourful beauties and inspiring achievements
of other cultures. The exhibition opens up the rich treasure house
of knowledge of traditional
cultures past and present and takes the visitor on an impressive world tour.
Tuesday to Sunday: 10–18 hours
Wednesday: 10–20 hours
Family ticket: EUR 16.–
Audio guide (German/English): EUR 2.–
If you are interested in it, we could discover the exhibition together!
Have a good night!