170 pages filled with multi-color ads from tribal art galleries--contains numerous photo-laden papers on a variety of topics, including Benin, Willy Mestach, the Bumiller collection of early Islamic art, and a persuasive indictment of the Heidelberg Museum fur Volkerkunde--regarding the scandal that befell its 2007 "Art from Africa" exhibition. All...
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110 pages of multi-color ads and heavily illustrated papers on the Barbier-Mueller collections; the auctions, exhibitions, and shows held in Paris; "African Beaded Art" (by John Pemberton); Pervuian featherwork; the Tibor Kiss collection; Burmese Buddhist plates. All of the papers are in German, and each is translated into English.
This handsome new journal joins a very small, select group of magazines devoted exclusively to tribal art. Edited by Gert Chesi and Gerhard Merzeder, this issue, the second to be published, contains fourteen photograph-filled articles--a number of which pursue the theme of sex and eroticism in tribal art--dealing with tribal...
112 pages of multi-color ads and heavily illustrated papers including the exhibition at the Basler Foundation Beyeler, the Wittich collection of non-European jewelry, Angkor Wat, Claude Levi-Strauss, the Maximilian Prince zu Wied 1832-34 expedition to "...the interior of America" and Bodmer's magnificent illustration done during the expedition, the reopening of...
124 pages of multi-color ads and heavily illustrated papers including the cover story by Francois Neyt, "The River Congo", an exhibition at the quai Branly that examines the artistic traditions of the cultural groups who live along the river. Also included is a paper by Gert Chesi on weaving and...
Vol. 2, No.3 (1990); Vol.3, Nos. 1-3 (1991); Vol.4, Nos. 2&3 (1992); Vol.5, Nos. 1-4 (1993); Vol.6, No.1 (1994); Vol.7, No.1 (1996). Published somewhat irregularly, this newsletter chronicles the activities and concerns of many of the leading American Indian, pre-Columbian, African, Oceanic, and Southeast Asian art dealers.
The title of volumes 1-3 is Baesler Beitrage Zur Geographie Und Ethnologie Volumes 3-11 are bound in cloth and hard board covers over the original wrappers; volumes 1 and 2 are bound together in a cloth cover over their original wrappers. This respected journal examines the cultures of indigenous peoples...
UCLA, Los Angeles: 1974. 24 pages, 33 large photographs and 7 drawings of primitive art objects from many cultures.
Santa Fe: 1983. 32 pages, 142 photographs of Indian, African and Oceanic objects for sale--with prices given for each object. Dealer's sale catalogue.
40 pages (4 papers on: a Maya figurine, a burial pot from Kenya, a Peruvian textile, a Southern Cheyenne shield), 30 photographs, 1 drawing, 2 maps.
Los Angeles: Otis Art Institute, 1965. 28 pages, 24 large photographs of African, pre-Columbian, Oceanic, American Indian, European, Oriental, and ancient containers.
Munich: Stolper Galleries, 1973. 28 pages, 24 b/w and 5 full-page color photographs. This Stolper Gallery catalogue contain rich photographic presentations of the gallery's holdings of the art of the Americas, Oceania, India, Africa, Tibet, and Japan.
British Museum: 1986. 32 pages, each page filled with color and b/w photographs and drawings of objects in the Museum's collections.
Osaka: 1992. 196 pages, 354 color and 387 b/w photographs of objects from Oceania, Africa, Asia and the Americas in the collection of Osaka's Naitonal Museum of Ethnology.
Munich: 1984. 200 pages, 341 color and b/w photogrpahs of objects in the collection (African, Oceanic, South and East Asian, Southeast Asian; North,Central, South American; European), 4 maps.
1994. 40 pages (12 papers), approximately 11 pages of color and b/w photographs.
New York: 1987. 352 pages. Approximately 700 b/w and color photographs of ivory objects from Africa, Europe, the Pacific, Asia; North, Central, and South America, and from early civilizations. Cloth cover, small folio size (9 1/2" x 12").
Moscow: 1969. 191 pages, 29 full-page photographs of which 9 are of traditioonal African art objects and 20 are of Asian art drawings. Hard board and linen cover.
Tokyo: 1981, (2nd edition). 192 pages, 354 b/w and 387 color photographs, 18 drawings and diagrams, 21 maps.
Bulletin Ethnografisch Museum Delft, Deel 2: 1960. 104 pages, 63 large photographs, 24 drawings. Part of the text is in Dutch, and part is in English. Articles deal with bronze objects from Lake Sentani, Peruvian textiles, Japanese ikats, and museum acquisitions.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1965. 160 pages, 134 full-page photographs. Hard board cover. This significant collection of 134 objects from Africa, Oceania, North America, Mexico and Central and South America, presents a dazzling potpourri of MPA collections. One brief, general introduction and then very good photographs, with identification...
Mexico City: 1967. 252 pages, 158 large photographs of objects in the Museo's collection (most acquired 90-130 years ago) from Africa, the Pacific, Indonesia, the Arctic, Lapland, and the North American Indian. Cloth cover, folio size.
1960. (Special edition on the primitive art of Oceania, Africa, North and South America) 92 pages--in Spanish and English, 57 b/w and 26 color photographs--all large, 4 maps.
Braunschweig: 1981. 128 pages, 66 b/w and 20 color photographs, 2 drawings, 1 map.
University Museum, Philadelphia. 126 pages. "What We Know about the Maya"; 30 pages, 18 illustrations. "Two Masks from French Equatorial Africa"; 30 pages, 3 illustrations.