2 edition of Authority and ornament : art of the Sepik River, Papua, New Guinea found in the catalog.
Authority and ornament : art of the Sepik River, Papua, New Guinea
Catalog of an exhibition : Tribal Art Centre, Basel, Jan.31-Jun.28, 1985 ; California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, Jun.15-Nov.27, 1988 ; and elsewhere.
|Statement||edited by Suzanne Greub ; text by Suzanne Greub ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Greub, Suzanne., Tribal Art Centre (Basel, Switzerland), California Academy of Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||217 p. :|
|Number of Pages||217|
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Sepik Culture and Traditions. The Sepik region of eastern Papua New Guinea is one of the most culturally diverse on the island, with over different tribal groups living in the vicinity of the Sepik River. Each has its own distinct art, crafts, and cultural beliefs. The practice of headhunting was once widespread in the Sepik area. Oct 1, - Explore jacknaiman's board "Oceanic" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Tribal art, Ocean art, Papua pins.
On Iatmul family houses, "the gable masks of the dwellings embodied female, clan-specific spirit beings, who were supposed to protect the inhabitants of the house from disaster."(Kocher Schmid in Greub, Authority and Ornament: Art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea, Basel, , p. ). Similar examples are found in the Clausmeyer collection. Identification. Papua is probably derived from the Malay word papuwah ("fuzzy hair"). In , a Spanish explorer called the island Nueva , the western half of New Guinea was officially recognized as Dutch New Guinea, the northeastern section became German New Guinea, and the southeastern quarter became British New Guinea.
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Authority and Ornament: Art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea / Kunst am Sepik: Ausdruck und Ornament: Bildwerke einer alten Authority and ornament : art of the Sepik River in Papua-Neuguinea [Suzanne Greub, Christian Kaufmann, Meinhard Schuster, Brigitta Hauser-Schaublin, Christin Kocher Schmid] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Authority and Ornament: Art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea 4/5(1). Authority and Ornament: Art of Authority and ornament : art of the Sepik River Sepik River, Papua New Guinea Suzanne Greub, Tribal Art Centre (Basel, Switzerland) Tribal Art Centre, - Art - pages.
Get this from a library. Art of the Sepik River: Papua New Guinea: authority and ornament. [Suzanne Greub; Tribal Art Centre.;]. Published in conjunction with the exhibition Authority and ornament: art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea.
Bibliography: p. Subjects: Art -- Papua New Guinea -- Sepik River Region. Other authors/contributors: Greub, Suzanne: Also Titled: Art of the Sepik River.
Art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea. Published by Editions Greub, Basel The Tribal Art Centre Basel is pleased to present the acompanying catalogue for our exhibition ‘Art of the Sepik River‘. “The exhibition Authority and Ornament: Art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea is one of the most impressive individual achievements to have appeared on the Swiss exhibition scene.
The mile-long Sepik River originates in the north slopes of a mountain range in central New Guinea, a vast island region just north of Australia. From its source, it meanders through the lowlands of the interior and finally flows into the Pacific by way of a swampy delta on the northeast coast of the island.
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Lempertz is delighted to host this exhibition to mark the launch of a new book, Sepik Ramu Art, edited by Kevin Conru with contributions from three eminent scholars, Virginia-Lee Webb, Crispin Howarth and Barry Craig.
Ancestral Visions: Papua New Guinea Art from the Sepik Ramu Powerful Magic Miniature Sculptures from the Sepik River Region BRUCE FRANK PRIMITIVE ART, NEW YORK. 10 Amulet Figure East Sepik Province, Lower Sepik River region 19th–early 20th century Height: 10 1/8 inches / cm Wood Provenance: Walter Randel, New York John and Marcia Friede, New.
Published by Tribal Art Centre, Basel - Edition Greub Basel. Published in conjunction with exhibitions in Basel, Schaffhausen, Linz, Seattle, New York, Richmond, Denver, Phoenix, San Francisco Jan November Concise and interesting essays and well-chosen objects from 7 of the world's most respected tribal art museums.4/5.
Ornaments Traditional Body Ornaments & Traditional Currencies are some of the finest objects ever made by indigenous people. From all over The Pacific Islands; Melanesia & Polynesia & Micronesia, this includes the Islands of Papua New Guinea, West Papua, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, New Zealand, Micronesia & Australian Aboriginal Indigenous people.
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Dr Barry Craig a true New Guinea Art expert who lived in the Telefomin area in the ’s. His Chapter in the Book: ” Shields of Melanesia ” Chapter: pages This gives the clearest information on Shields from this area.
This whole book mainly on New Guinea Shields is one of the best references ever published. The Sepik River, Papua New Guinea ere is something graceful about the sight of Eastern Iatmul silently canoeing through the morning mist (see Figure ). Authority and ornament: art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea / edited by Suzanne Greub ; texts by S Introduction to Sepik art of Papua New Guinea / by Gloria Stewart Sepik.
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In Papua New Guinea you’ll come face to face with some of the oldest continuing culture on the planet. You’ll mainly meet Melanesian people though some areas are also home to descendants of Polynesian and Micronesian settlers from across the Pacific islands. From our remote. Crested ornament, Sepik river, Papua New Guinea, Oceania 20th century.
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Bowden, Ross (). “Art, Architecture, and Collective Representations in a New Guinea Society.” Pp. in Anthropology, Art and Aesthetics. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Hauser-Schäublin, Brigitta (). “The Track of the Triangle: Form and Meaning in the Sepik, Papua New Guinea.” Pacific Studies 17(3): Höltker, Georg ().