Museums are usually associated with grand buildings and vast collections, but the one Djerba is rather different. Using the fabric of the city walls and domed architecture, the participants- more than 150 renowned artists from the around the world, turn the North African island into an open air museum. No interior walls, no hidden spaces and art critics - everything is out in the open for everyone to enjoy. <br />We find the Djerbahood Project, initiated by the French Galerie Itinerrance, really valuable. Not only because it brings together a massive number of very talented people on one spot, but because it challenges the perceptions and notions of museums nowadays.<br />All images are ©Aline Deschamps, unless stated otherwise.