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Sculptures and masks Africa (N° 19332)

Nok terracotta, Igbo-Ukwu, Ife, Benin bronzes and Yoruba cult sticks from Nigeria: Bamana crest masks from Mali or Baga from Guinea: Senoufo or Baoulé statues and wé war or dan race masks from Côte d'Ivoire; Gurunsi zoomorphic masks from Burkina Faso; Mahongwe reliquaries from Gabon...
This approach to sculpture in Black Africa brings together and comments on twenty or so emblematic representations of an art that is almost always religious in nature, a link between the tangible world and the beyond, dedicated to providing man with the help of invisible forces in a hostile environment. Each ethnic group representing this link in its own way, according to its myths and beliefs, African art owes its extreme richness to this very diversity.

Text: Laure Meyer
Graphic design and layout: Isabelle Jones
Condition: NEW
Language: French
Number of pages: 55
Dimensions: 250 x 220 mm
Paperback
ISBN : 978-2842801274
 

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Weight0.22 Kg

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