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Bambara sculpture from the Western Sudan.

New York (N.Y.). Museum of Primitive Art.

Bambara sculpture from the Western Sudan.

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Published by distributed by University Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mali.
    • Subjects:
    • Sculpture -- Mali,
    • Sculpture, Bambara

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [18-21]

      StatementWith an introd. by Robert Goldwater.
      ContributionsGoldwater, Robert John, 1907-1973.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNB1097.S8 N4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[64] p. (chiefly illus., map)
      Number of Pages64
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5791199M
      LC Control Number60001451
      OCLC/WorldCa1160011

      Songhay speaking people but include the Bozo (traditionally nomadic river dwellers), Fulfulde/Fulani cattle keepers, and Tuareg nomads, as well as Bambara peoples from western Mali., First known kingdom in sub-Saharan West Africa between the sixth and thirteenth centuries C.E. Also the modern West African country once known as the Gold Coast.   African Bambara Wood Sculpture, Mali. Carved From Wood And Adorned With Thin Metal And Cowry Shells. Estimated more than 50 yrs. old. African art is a term typically used for the art of Sub-Saharan Africa. A few of the most popular traditional African art was produced by the tribal people of the Fang, Dan, Baoule, Dogon, Senufo, Makonde, Bambara, and San.   The State of Post-conflict Reconstruction: Land, Urban Development and State-building in Juba, Southern Sudan. By Naseem Badiey. James Currey Press, The title of this book hints at the convergence of several fascinating topics, and situates the work within a growing literature relating national politics to more localized experiences. The intersection of urban perspectives and .


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Bambara sculpture from the Western Sudan. New York, distributed by University Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Goldwater; New York (N.Y.). Museum of Primitive Art. Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan [Goldwater, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Bambara Sculpture from the Western SudanAuthor: Robert Goldwater. Essay. The exhibition Antelopes and Queens: Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan opened to the public at the now-defunct Museum of Primitive Art (MPA) in New York on Febru The late Robert Goldwater, a modernist art historian and the MPA’s director at the time, organized the show.

Antelopes and Queens featured sculptures linked to present-day Mali and identified as Bambara or. Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan by Robert Goldwater. b/w illustrations highlight this volume which was published to accompany The Museum of Primitive Art's exhibition of Bambara art, the first comprehensive showing ever organized.

New York: The Museum of Primitive Art, First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. 4to. Foreword. Introduction by Robert Goldwater. Bibliography. With Book Edition: First Edition.

Like its precursor at the MPA, Antelopes and Queens: Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan, the exhibition focused on a body of work identified with a single cultural or ethnic group. Inthe MPA published a monograph by Goldwater bearing the same title as the exhibition. A comprehensive introduction to the vast range of tribal sculpture from Africa is presented in this photographic survey.

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BAMBARA SCULPTURE FROM THE WESTERN SUDAN. Image(s) fournie(s) par le vendeur. Agrandir les images BAMBARA SCULPTURE FROM THE WESTERN SUDAN Goldwater, R. Edité par Museum of Primitive Art, New York, Couverture rigide.

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Let’s get started. - Explore alicia_post's board "Headdresses of the Bamana Societies" on Pinterest. See more ideas about African art, Headdress and Wood sculpture pins. TRIBAL AFRICAN ART. BAMBARA (BAMANA, BANMANA) Mali. The Bambara numbering 2, million form the largest ethnic group within Mali.

The triangle of the Bambara region, divided in two parts by the Niger River, constitutes the greater part of the western and southern Mali of today. Get this from a library. The sculpture of Africa. [Eliot Elisofon; William Buller Fagg] -- Four hundred photographs show works from the Western Sudan, Guinea Coast, and Congo.

Includes masks. In the sixties, he published monographs on “Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan” and “Senufo Sculpture From West Africa” in addition to books on modern sculpture and surrealism. African art came to European notice c, when artists began to recognize the aesthetic value of African sculpture.

Such artists as Vlaminck, Derain, Picasso, and Modigliani were influenced by African art forms. Interest in the arts of Africa has flourished, and many modern Western artists have rediscovered the enduring qualities of African art. The history of West Africa has been commonly divided into its prehistory, the Iron Age in Africa, the major polities flourishing, the colonial period, and finally the post-independence era, in which the current nations were Africa is west of an imagined north-south axis lying close to 10° east longitude, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Sahara Desert.

The origins of African art lie long before recorded history. African rock art in the Sahara in Niger preserves year-old carvings. Along with sub-Saharan Africa, the western cultural arts, ancient Egyptian paintings and artifacts, and indigenous southern crafts also contributed greatly to African art.

Often depicting the abundance of surrounding nature, the art was often abstract. The body is covered in a beautifully detailed pattern of geometric shapes, lines and angles. This piece is a great example of one of the most desireble pieces in African art. The Bamana (also called Bambara) are among the largest ethnic groups in the Western Sudan style region.

a.: a Negroid people of the upper Niger noted for their delicate mask carving b.: a member of the Bambara people 2 Useful english dictionary. Bambara — n. member of the African Bambara people that live in Mali (western Africa) n. group African people that live in Mali (western Africa) n.

Mandingo language spoken by the Bambara people. Originally part of a headdress worn during the richly emblematic agricultural rites of the Bambara, this sculptural figure is a combination of three animals that inhabit the bush: The antelope, the pangolin, and the anteater.

Symbolizing fertility, streng. Goldwater's Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan () and the accom-panying exhibition at the Museum of Primitive Art has so ambitious a treat-ment of Bamana art been undertaken.

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Art, Museum of Primitive. Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan. Museum of Primitive Art: New York, Art, National Museum of African. History, Design and Craft in a West African Strip-Woven Cloth. Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington D.C., Art, National Museum of African.

Kalabari Ancestral Screens: Levels of Meaning. The Bambara/Bamana is one of the largest groups in Mali (about million) and lives in a savannah grassland area that contrasts strongly with the Dogon heartland. Their linguistic heritage indicates that they are part of the Mande group, although their origins go back perhaps as far as BC in the present-day Sahara (i.e.

Tichitt). New York: Museum of Primitive Art. Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan. New York: Museum of Primitive Art. Primitivism in Modern Art. New York: Vintage.

Judgments of Author: Ruth B Phillips. Bambara sculpture from the Western Sudan 2 copies, 1 review Sculpture from three African tribes, Senufo, Baga, Dogon: [exhibition] 1 copy Primitivism in modern painting 1 copy.

A.D. Central A.D. Mexico A.D. North A.D. Provenience unknown A.D. South Coast A.D. Veracruz Abelam African ANCESTOR POLE area Stone artists Ashanti Ashanti tribe Bambara Benin Bini tribe Bronze Cameroon CANOE PROW ceremonial Chancay Chavin coloring Congo-Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa Wood cotton Court of Benin culture Dogon fiber FIGURE Bambara.

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African art, the visual arts of native Africa, particularly sub-Saharan Africa, including such media as sculpture, painting, pottery, rock art, textiles, masks, personal decoration, and jewelry. For more general explorations of media, see individual media articles (e.g., painting, sculpture, pottery, and textile).For a discussion of the characteristics, functions, and forms of masks, see mask.

deal with various other aspects of Bambara culture. Since C. Kjersmeier's Centres de style de la sculpture negre africaine (), there has barely been a book on African art that does not include some discussion of Bam-bara art. It is well known that among the Bambara there exist a great many art-using institutions, the most important.

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Geometric-style abstract sculpture of this type have been produced in their highest artistic form by the Babe tribe in Western Sudan. The style is by no means confined to Africa; the same development is found in American Indian art (notably of the northwest USA), Oceanic art.

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Goldwater organized only the second exhibition of African art by a New York museum, launched in and derived entirely from private collections. In and Goldwater presented two shows, Bambara Sculpture from the West Sudan, and Senufo Sculpture from West Africa.

He was Chairman of Student and. The Bambara, a Mandinka group of more than one million people living in Mali, have become noted for their metalwork, basketry, leatherwork, weaving, dyeing, and woodcarving.

Bambara masks are associated with four major cult associations: the n'domo, komo, kove, and tyi wara. These societies bring out their masks during both dry and wet seasons. This headdress sculpture is highly abstract. A similar tipology of Chi-wara is in the Musée du Quai Branly (Inv. A more exact identification of the style area of origin is not however indicated.

Courtesy Musée du Quai Branly The antelope headdress was worn in performances that emphasized the importance of agriculture to the. Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.

Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. Shop sculptures at 1stdibs, the leading resource for antique and modern decorative objects made in Malian. Global shipping available. BAMBARA SCULPTURE FROM THE WESTERN SUDAN. Goldwater, Robert. (Introduction).

64 pp.; b/w illus. map, biblio. New York, Hbk. No dustjacket. Cover damaged. Former Library copy with the usual markings.Benin art and in particular Benin Bronze has received much attention concerning African Art Antique. We deal with a geographical study of traditional African Art and sculpture.

Featuring Egyptian and traditional African Wood sculpture, masks and figures, Benin bronze, Ife art, Yoruba art and more. Traditonal sculpture from West and Central Africa our primary focus.Circa 20th century A.D. The figure, standing upright on an integral plinth, is naturally modeled, wearing a simple garment, off the right shoulder, with a simple looped belt.

The figure's right arm held at his side, while the left holds a lamb draped over his left shoulder, the face with strong brow, down turned eyes, nose, and up turned smile, with short cropped hair in. ( cm.