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248 pages. 145 color and 25 b/w illust.
9 × 10 in
Using the extensive Geneviève McMillan collection as a prism, this book investigates collecting strategies as they intersect with the political conditions of colonialism and independence, and lucidly discusses developing research into African and Oceanic arts.
“Fascinating…offers a far truer, newer, more various and surprising vision of Africa” (New York Times).