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 47:4 (Winter 2014): first word The Unfolding of a Biennale: A Timeline of the Exposition Internationale at Dak’Art 2014 Joseph Underwood in memoriam Warren Leonard d’Azevedo Philip M. Peek and Mary Jo Arnoldi articles “This is What Makes Sirigu Unique” Authenticating Canvas and Wall Paintings in (Inter)national Circuits of Value and Meaning Rhoda Woets Impersonations and Revelations Mysteries of a South African Photography Studio Steven C. Dubin Framed and Hidden Histories West African Photography from Local to Global Contexts Candace M. Keller Trading Virtue for Virtuosity The Artistry of Kinshasa’s Concert Danseuses Lesley Nicole Braun Commemorating an African Queen Ghanaian Nationalism, the African Diaspora, and the Public Memory of Nana Yaa Asantewaa, 1952–2009 Harcourt Fuller African Occasional Textiles Vernacular Landscapes of Development Catherine P. Bishop exhibition reviews Ernest Cole Photographer Mandela for President: South African Votes for Democracy Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles reviewed by Dwight Carey Tightrope: Elias Sime British Council, Goethe Institute, Italian Cultural Institute and Alliance Éthio-Française, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia reviewed by Kate Cowcher book reviews Things Done Change: The Cultural Politics of Recent Black Artists in Britain by Eddie Chambers reviewed by Olubukola A. Gbadegesin Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life ed. by Okwei Enwezor and Roy Bester reviewed by Paul Von Blum African Art, Interviews, Narratives: Bodies of Knowledge at Work ed. by Joanna Grabski and Carol Magee reviewed by Carol Spindel Art in the Service of Colonialism: French Art Education in Morocco 1912–1956 by Hamid Irbouh reviewed by Elizabeth Perrill african art in unusual places St. Paul’s Cathedral, London Elsbeth Court...
|Title||:||African Arts 47:4 (Winter 2014)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||504 Pages|
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