Paris: Musee des Arts d’Afrique et d’Oceanie, 1997. 318 pages (30 papers), 70 color and 54 b/w photographs and 348 smaller b/w photographs, 4 pages of maps. The magnificent--and newly acquired (from the Musee Barbier-Mueller)--collection of 278 Nigerian art objects in the Musee des Arts d’Afrique et d’Oceanie was exhibited.....
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168 pages (6 papers presented at a 1988 symposium at the National Museum of African Art) plus 8 unnumbered pages, 8 full-page color and 52 b/w photographs, 15 drawings, 2 maps. At a 1988 symposium organized by the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution a panel of distinguished international...
Nigerian Museum, Lagos: 1955. 28 pages, 13 b/w and 4 color photographs--all full-page.
Special Feature: Makidi--the Hausa Drummer.
1988. 72 pages. Included in this volume is a paper that deals with a symposium on Nigerian arts and crafts.
Duluth: Tweed Museum of Art, Oct. 22--Nov. 18, 1975. 8 pages, 3 photographs.
Royal Albert Memorial Museum: 1970. 8 pages, 4 photographs.
Hohenschaftlarn: 1984. 301 pages, 6 photographs, 5 drawings, 2 maps.
Los Angeles: Fowler Museum, 2002. 363 pages, 376 color and 72 b/w photgraphs, 3 maps. Mind condition.
Sacramento: 1974. 80 pages, 55 photographs--almost all full-page. This unusual exhibition catalogue discusses the relationships between traditional and contemporary art works by Yoruba artists. the text pays special attention to artists who, while grounded in traditional forms and themes, have begun to explore personal imageries and new media. The photographs...
Bologna: Galleria del Vicolo Quartriolo, 1981. 24 pages, 28 large photographs of the art of fourteen tribes in east-central Nigeria.
Paris: 1965. 348 pages, 20 pages of photographs, 46 figures, 17 maps in text and one large fold-out map. O.R.S.T.O.M.
Lagos & London: 1977. 222 pages, 223 large illustrations (b/w and color) of over 400 gourds, designs, and objects. Cloth cover.
Bloomington: 1982. 288 pages, 76 b/w and 12 color photographs of clay sculptures of gods, men, animals and monsters in a richly decorated architectural setting, 31 drawings. Cloth cover.
Los Angeles: UCLA, 1984. 256 pages, 338 b/w and 40 color photographs. Soft cover ed. The largest and unquestionably the finest assemblage of Igbo art objects outside Nigeria was displayed in a dazzling 1984 exhibition at UCLA. The objects--with the focus on masks--are drawn from 59 collections, and are wonderfully...
Chicago: 1998. 181 pages, 49 color and 101 b/w photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover. The extraordinary royal objects-- embodying the strength and status of African monarchs--are presented in this authoritative analysis of these stunning, realistic court objects. From the precolonial kingdoms of the Edo and the Yoruba, the Ashanti, and...
190 pages (17 papers), hundreds of photographs, a large number of which are of artifacts, ceremonies, and dancers (including ceremonies in Brazil and Cuba).
Prague: 1960. 59 pages of text plus 92 pages of photogrpahs, 1 map. Decorated cloth cover.
Paris: 1998. 122 pages, 81 color and 9 b/w photographs, 1 page of drawings and 2 smaller drawings, 4 maps. Cloth cover. An exhibition organized by the Bank General du Luxembourg exhibited the magnificent terracotta sculpture of the Nok, Katsina, and Sokoto. Most of the objects are illustrated in large--many...
London: 1910. xvii, 235 pages, 16 photographs and drawings, 1 fold-out color map. Later library cloth cover.
London and Lagos: 1990. (3 volumes). Vol. I: Northern Nigeria. 283 pages, 255 photographs, 211 drawings, 3 maps. Vol. II: South-West and Central Nigeria. xii, 328 pages, 325 photographs, 188 drawings, 2 maps. Vol. III: South-Eastern Nigeria. The Igbo-Speaking Peoples. xii, 250 pages, 255 photographs, 237 drawings, 1 map. Cloth covers.
Munich: 1962. 64 pages, 44 pages of photographs. Hard board covers.
Atlanta: 1980. 100 pages, 170 photographs. Using the Arnett collection of Yoruba art as a focal point, the author has undertaken the laborious, but fascinating, task of providing detailed information on each piece in the collection by relating it to other works from the same region and, wherever possible, providing...
Washington, D.C: Museum of African Art. 57 pages, 57 large photographs, 1 map.