Brooklyn Museum: 1978. 368 pages, 40 color and 255 photographs. Cloth cover ed. This volume contains the photographs of the dazzling, magnificent 1978 Brooklyn Museum exhibition of archaeological objects from the upper Nile.
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Washington, D.C. Museum of African Art, 1971. 250 pages, 290 b/w and 6 color photographs--all large, many full-page.
Univ. of Michigan Museum of Art and Anthropology: 1981. 68 pages, 65 photographs.
La Jolla: 1962. 28 pages, 10 pages of photographs, map.
nd-- ca. 1970-75. 16 pages plusa fold-out insert of 6 pages that includes a photograph of the museum and 3 photographs of objects in the collection.
(a) Paris, 1976: (b) Paris, 1972. (a) 16 pages. 19 ills. (b) 4 pages. 31 photographs. These two publications-the first is a guide to Paris' Museum of African and Oceanic Art and the second is an oversized (20" by 14") journal that illustrates African masterpieces from French Museum collections-give only...
Marseille: Musee des Beaux-Arts, 1980. 80 pages, 18 objects illustrated in color photographs, 75 illustrated in b/w photographs.
Denver Art Museum: 1964. 16 pages, 34 photographs.
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.....
Deutsches Ledermuseum, 1967. 58 pages, 12 full-page photographs of carvings of animals in traditional African art.
New York: 1982. 48 pages, 75 photographs. Almost 100 terra cotta figures and heads--perhaps dating from the 12th-16th centuries--were exhibited in 1982 at the Craft Caravan Gallery. This catalouge of that exhibition illustrates each object and provides (for the first time in any publication?) a very complete look at the...
Mannheim: Reiss-Museum, 1971. 56 pages, 11 pages of color photographs and 10 pages of b/w photographs of Bakongo and other Congo masks and figures in the museum’s collection.
Munich: Jahn Gallery, 1979. 28 pages, 20 full-page photographs of 18 objects.
New York: Rolin Gallery, 1979. 32 pages, 38 photographs. This catalogue of the first gallery exhibtion in the U.S. devoted to Luba Hemna, features several major ancestor figures . In addition there are: masks, staffs, small figures, stools, and cup-bearers. Excellent photographs of representative examples.
New York: African American Institute, 1987. 16 pages, 12 photographs.
Brussels: 1994 (?). 128 pages, 74 large color photographs of sub-Saharan objects in the Museum's collections, 45 large photographs of natural history specimens and dioramas in the collection, and 32 large color photographs of folkart, fine art, archival studies, and structural studies in the collection, 6 maps. Cloth cover. Mint...
Los Angeles: Museum of Cultural History, n.d. 24 pages, 8 pages of photographs of musical instruments and cermonial paraphenalia, 1 map.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1973. 39 pages, 27 photographs.
Paris: Galerie Ratton-Hourde, 2001. 64 pages, 30 full-page and double-page color photographs, 1 field photograph. Fine condition.
Tervuren: 1972. 64 pages, 25 full-page and 2 quarter-page photographs of 25 superb sculptures from the collection of the Musee Royal de l’Afrique Centrale, 1 map.
New Orleans: 1990. 24 pages.
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...
London: Arcade Gallery, 1978. 16 pages, 25 photographs.
Geneva: 1993 (two volumes). Vol I: 422 pages, 426 color and b/w photographs, 3 maps. Vol. II (Catalogue): 229 pages, 316 small color photographs of objects in the museums Ivory Coast collection. Cloth covers with dust jackets in a cloth slipcase (9 1/2" x 12 1/2"). Mint condition.
Berkeley: Lowie Museum, 1967. 90 pages, 190 photographs.