10/01/2015

GURUNG MASK DAVID SERRA PARCOURS DE MONDES 2011

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

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Orissa/Odhisa Lanka Podi Jatra masks. Photo credit http://lankapodijatra.blogspot.com/

no. 858

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PHOTOS OF THE DAY

NEPAL

GURUNG MASK

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Exhibited

in Paris

during the

Parcour de Mondes 2011

by the Gallery David Serra

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LUGUM VILLAGE

RUKUM DISTRICT

Shamans of Lugum Village (2010)
लुगुम गाउँका झाँक्रीहरु (2067)

 

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08/11/2014

SALON ART+DESIGN Lucas Ratton Arts Primitifs New York

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN

FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

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Orissa/Odhisa Lanka Podi Jatra masks. Photo credit http://lankapodijatra.blogspot.com/

2008 - 2016

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THE SALON ART+DESIGN

LUCAS RATTON

ARTS PRIMITIFS

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November 13th-17th

LUCAS RATTON

will be exhibiting at the salon:

ART+DESIGN

PARK AVENUE ARMONY

643 PARK AVENUE & 67th street

New York

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MASK OF THE DAY

Bison-horn Maria masked dancers at Surnar, Dantewara Tashil, Bastar

 

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 Photo Elwin Verrier

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01/11/2014

Nepalese asymmetric mask Shiva Bandari collection

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN

FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

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 Masks of Lankapodi Jatra  Photo Suman Kumar 

2008 - 2016

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Nepalese asymmetric

mask

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Shiva Bandari

collection

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PHOTO OF THE DAY

NEWARI POISSON MASK

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http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/archive/2014/12/27/ne...

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24/10/2014

An image to avert the evil eye Dravidian gods in modern Hinduism

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN

FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

2008 - 2016

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Photo Suman Kumar abXHna8GxDz

no.821

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LANKA PODI JATRA

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Repairing and colouring the Masks of Lankapodi Jatra, A unique Ramleela of Bisipada, Phulbani, Kandhmal, Odisha.

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Photo Suman Kumar abXHna8GxDz

Which uses seventy wooden Masks to perform an aperatic singing Ramleela based on the text on the tal patr (The palm leave) by Bipra Janardhan das.

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This tradition is said to have started in 1800 and is been ritualistically celebrated for 14 days by the villagers of Bisipada.

The majority of the participants ar from Bisoi community. Bisoi are said to be the head ; Sardar, Leader, Chief of the forces.

They are said to be the amaty in the kingly court of Kandhmal region.  

The most heavy mask is of ten headed Ravana's Mask whis is said is of 90 Kg.

This ramleela ends with burning of Lanks by Hanumana as the other episodes after this is only recited after Lakshaman, once died after doing the Lakshman Shakti Vedh Scene. 

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Photo Suman Kumar abXHna8GxDz

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PHOTO OF THE DAY

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An image to avert the evil eye

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This image is for the protection of the ripening grain. It  appears to be a scarecrow, but it is not for the purpose of scaring birds.

It is expected that this image will attract attention and so divert evil from the grain.

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Photo extract from

Dravidian gods in modern Hinduism : a study of the local and village deities of southern India

Elmore Wilber

Hamilton NY

1915

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28/06/2014

Sculpted Sound Stringed Instruments from India Museum Rietberg

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FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

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Orissa/Odhisa Lanka Podi Jatra masks. Photo credit http://lankapodijatra.blogspot.com/

2008 - 2016

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SCULPTED SOUND

STRINGED INSTRUMENTS FROM INDIA

http://www.rietberg.ch/en-gb/exhibitions/preview.aspx

5 September 2014 to 9 August 2015

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In November 2013, the Museum Rietberg seized a unique opportunity to purchase a superb collection of lutes amassed by the successful illustrator and commercial artist, Bengt Fosshag of Rüsselsheim in Germany. The acquisition was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Rietberg Circle.

The exhibition will show about eighty of the finest instruments in the Fosshag Collection. Artfully carved in wood, the lutes are around a hundred years old, although one or two are even older. The exhibition will also feature selected music samples such as songs with a lute accompaniment as well as background information on the manufacture and use of these instruments. Visitors can therefore look forward to some magnificent sculpting with intricate carving and an exceptionally wide range of forms as well as a wealth of fascinating stories and melodies.

The exhibition will also offer a global take on the history of music. After all, the lute is thought to have originated in Persia before spreading throughout Asia and via the Mediterranean region to Africa and Europe. 

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24/06/2014

THE LUTES OF THE SANTHAL

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN

FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

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Orissa/Odhisa Lanka Podi Jatra masks. Photo credit http://lankapodijatra.blogspot.com/

2008 - 2016

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THE LUTES OF THE SANTHAL

 

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Article edited by Mr. Bengt Fossahg, he is a  graphic designer and illustrator from Germany.

He studied at the Art School in Offenbach, now called HfG. From 1960-70 he served as the  Art Director of several advertising agencies and automobile designer at Opel (GM -factory of Ruesselsheim, Germany).

From 1971-83 he was the owner of the Creative Studio SIGN.

 

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Since then he has worked as freelance graphic designer and illustrator for reputed German advertising agencies, famous magazines, newspaper and publishing houses.

He has received numerous awards, has been a member of the  Art Director Club (ADC) Germany and the Deutscher Desighner Cluc ( DDC). 

In addition Mr. Fosshag is known as a collector of tribal art from Africa and Asia, about which he has published many technical papers.

Presently he lives in Rüsselsheim, where he also has his studio today.

 

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In this article he talks about Dhodro Banam a stringed musical instrument of the Adivasis.

 

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All photos Copyright Museum Rietberg

Zurich Photo Zur Buchen

 

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See more on

http://livelystories.com/2014/06/23/lutes-santhal/

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BENGT FOSSHAG

RABAB SARANGI SARINDA AND RELATED INSTRUMENTS

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EXCTRACT FROM

THE TRIBAL ARTS

A

CROSS CULTURAL HERITAGE

NUMBER 0

 

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SEE MORE ON 

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/archive/2012/09/27/be...

 

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SANTAL TRIBAL ARTS

 

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SEE MORE ON

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/archive/2012/04/03/sa...

 

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