01/10/2012

TRIBAL ARTS A PLASTIC, INTERDISCIPLINARY POINT OF VIEW

TRIBAL ARTS

 

A

 

PLASTIC, INTERDISCIPLINARY 

 

POINT OF VIEW

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EXTRACT FROM

THE 

TRIBAL ARTS 

A

CROSS CULTURAL HERITAGE

 ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/archive/2012/09/07/the-tribal-arts-a-cross-cultural-heritage1.html

 

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THE CHOICE OF THE COLLECTOR

 

 Pictures courtesy of

 

Christian Lequindre, Elio Revera, Robert Brundage, Vittorio Carini, Musée de la Castre Cannes

 

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CHRISTIAN LEQUINDRE 

 

 

 

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(Picture courtesy of Christian Lequindre)

 

Ceremonial mask

 

Wood, fiber, iron staples, white pigment 

 

Eastern Nepal  H: 33cm

 

Published: "NEPAL Shamanism and Tribal Sculpture".

 

C.Lequindre / M.Petit. 2009.

 

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VITTORIO CARINI

 

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(Photo Courtesy of Vittorio Carini)

 

Bete, Gre or Gle Mask

 

Ivory Coast, Issia Region

 

Wood, sacrificial encrustations, magic substances, horse hair, shells, fangs, metal studs, handbells, iron, coins, h 11in/cm 28

 

ex Antoine Ferrari de la Salle collection

 

ex Alain de Monbrison collection

 

Published

 

Bargna I, e Parodi da Passano G., "L'Africa delle meraviglia - Arti africane nelle collezioni italiane", Genova, Silvana Editoriale, Cinisello Balsamo (MI), pag. 83, color

 

 

 

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(Photo Courtesy Vittorio Carini)

 

Kpelle mask

 

Liberia

 

Wood metal  feather

 

H cm 29 

 

ex

 

Robert Duperrier

 

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 ROBERT BRUNDAGE

 

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(Photo Courtesy of Robert Brundage)

 

Himalayan mask

 

Published 

 

"Tribal Arts Winter 1995-96

 

The Himalayas: Hidden or Revealed Faces?"

 

Eric Chazot

 

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MUSEE DE LA CASTRE CANNES

 

 

 

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TIMOR MASK

 

INVENTORY N 1991.41.1

 

Photo Musée de la Castre

 

Cannes

 

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ELIO REVERA

  

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(Photo Courtesy of Elio Revera)

 

Baoulé people, Gbekrè, Monkey Figure

 

Mbotumbo

 

Ivory Coast

 

H 25,6 in/65 cm

 

Wood, iron, cloth, sacrifical encrustations and traces of ritual offerings

 

Ex Ernst Ascher, old Collection, Paris

 

Published:

 

Bargna I, e Parodi da Passano G., "L'Africa delle meraviglia - Arti africane nelle collezioni italiane", Genova, Silvana Editoriale, Cinisello Balsamo (MI)

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