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Arts of Africa, Oceania and America (N° 19361)
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If the foundations of the Josette and Jean-Claude Weill collection are based on painting, their passion for the search for new forms quickly led them to embrace the infinite diversity of tribal art. Expanded over the decades, under the enthusiastic direction of their son Jean-Pierre, the collection now includes more than 120 works of the highest level, covering Africa, Oceania and the Americas.
This book will be an opportunity to unveil the Parisian collection wrapped in mystery, whose importance is equaled only by its confidentiality. In order to allow the reader to grasp the richness and diversity of its contents, the books are all accompanied by notes written by experts, including Viviane Baeke (Museum of Africa, Tervuren), Philippe Dagen (historian and art critic), Jean-Paul Colleyn (anthropologist), Bertrand Goy (author specializing in the Ivory Coast), Hélène Joubert (Musée du Quai Branly-Jaques Chirac), Hélène Leloup (historian and antique dealer), Sean Mooney (the Rock Foundation), and Philippe Peltier (formerly at the Musée du Quai Branly-Jaques Chirac).
Edited by Charles-Wesley Hourdé and Jean-Pierre Weill
Text: Philippe Dagen
Color photographs: Vincent Girier-Dufournier
Number of pages: 287
Dimensions: 290 x 250 mm
ISBN : 978-8874398980
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