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|Language Note:||Translated from French.|
|Notes:||Originally published in French in 2006.|
|Description:||176 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||o Foreword o What to call it Primitive Art? Early Art? Exotic Art? Distant Art? Negro Art? Ethnic Art? Tribal Art? Non-European Art? Extra-European Art o Re-viewed: The Western way of seeing art has evolved o Art or craft? o Some Keys to reading Before you look Face to face with World Art Preconceived ideas o Featured works How to use these pages Yup'ik mask - Alaska Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl) mask - Canada Numakiki (Mandan) tunic - USA Olmec head - Mexico Aztec/Mixtec pectoral - Mexico Tairona pectoral - Columbia Mundurucu head - Brazil Baga, nimbi (D'mba) shoulder mask - Republic of Guinea Statue of Jenne-Jeno - Mali Dogon couple - Mali Senoufo deble (or pombia) statue - Ivory Coast Benin plaque - Nigeria Mandu yene bamoum throne of King Nsangu - Cameroon Fang reliquary figurine (Emiya Bieri) - Gabon Double-headed Kongo dog - Democratic Republic of Congo Punu Okuyi mask - Gabon/Democratic Republic of Congo Mbala (giguma) headrest - Democratic Republic of Congo Tsam dance mask -Mongolia Miao women's celebration clothing - China Gusoku armour - Japan Dayak earrings -Indonesia or Malaysia Nias ancestor figurine (Adu siraha salawa) - Indonesia Javanese puppet of Haruman - Indonesia Aboriginal painting - Australia Yimam (yipwon) statue - Papua New Guinea Ceremonial malagan statue from New Ireland - Papua New Guinea Mask-head-dress from Malakula - Vanuatu Club ('u'u)- Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia Hawaiian feathered head - USA Easter Island Moai - Chile o Want to know more? Books Audio-visual and multi-media publications Museums|
'When talking to children about world art and museum collections it is easy to shy away from political issues such as colonialism, ownership and words such as 'primitive art'. This book takes on