|Format||Regular Price||Member Price|
192 pages. 90 color and 40 b/w illust.
“An impressive showcase of 83 diverse sculptures, masks, and shields…[offering] insight into an intriguing culture through meaningful artwork and ritual objects” (ForeWord).
“Showcases some 80 Oceanic works of art, each of which is superbly illustrated through full-color photography with an accompanying text describing the object’s form and function…a simply beautiful presentation [and] a prized and highly recommended addition to personal, academic, and library reference collections” (Wisconsin Bookwatch).
Collecting African and Oceanic Art, 1945–2000
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...