African Arts presents original research and critical discourse on traditional, contemporary, and popular African arts and expressive cultures. Since 1967, the journal has reflected the dynamism and diversity of several fields of humanistic study, publishing richly illustrated articles in full color, incorporating the most current theory, practice, and intercultural dialoguAfrican Arts presents original research and critical discourse on traditional, contemporary, and popular African arts and expressive cultures. Since 1967, the journal has reflected the dynamism and diversity of several fields of humanistic study, publishing richly illustrated articles in full color, incorporating the most current theory, practice, and intercultural dialogue. The journal offers readers peer-reviewed scholarly articles concerning a striking range of art forms and visual cultures of the world’s second largest continent and its diasporas, as well as special thematic issues, book and exhibition reviews, features on museum collections, exhibition previews, artist portfolios, photo essays, edgy dialogues, and editorials. Contents of Issue 48:2 (Summer 2015): first word Art from the Archive Ferdinand de Jong and Elizabeth Harney in memoriam Jerome M. Vogel Susan Mullin Vogel, Philip M. Peek, and Holland Cotter dialogue General Pitt-Rivers and the Art of Benin Jeremy Coote Reply to Jeremy Coote Kathryn Wysocki Gunsch Regarding Artists, the City and the Global Art World Joann Grabski In the Long Shadows of Euro-America, or, What Is Global Contemporary? Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzwei articles Archive, Art, and Anarchy Challenging the Praxis of Collecting and Archiving: From the Topological Archive to the Anarchic Archive Ulf Vierke Small Archives and the Silences of Algerian History Érika Nimis The Relational Archive of Georges Adéagbo Kerstin Schankweiler “Live Transmission” Intimate Ancestors in Santu Mofokeng’s Black Photo Album/ Look at Me 1890–1950 Alexandra Dodd Relocating the Heseltine Photographic Archive at the District Six Museum Darren Newbury exhibition reviews The Nelson A. Rockefeller Vision Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York reviewed by Jonathan Fine A Nomad’s Harvest Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town reviewed by Okechukwu Nwafor Die Göttliche Kömodie Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main reviewed by Christian Hanussek Ngezinyawo—Migrant Journeys Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg Steven C. Dubin film review Market Imaginary dir. by Joanna Grabski reviewed by Leslie W. Rabine book reviews Transmigrational Writings between the Maghreb and Sub-Saharan Africa by Hélène Tissières reviewed by Holiday Powers Trash by Kenneth Harrow reviewed by Delinda Collier Distance and Desire ed. by Tamar Garb reviewed by Leslie Wilson Making History by Sylvester Okwunodu Ogbechie reviewed by Francine Kola-Bankole ...
|Title||:||african arts 48 2 summer 2015|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||247 Pages|
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