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Pacific art : persistence, change, and meaning

Author: Anita Herle
Publisher: Adelaide, S. Aust. : Crawford House Pub., ©2002.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anita Herle
ISBN: 1863332146 9781863332149 1850656185 9781850656180
OCLC Number: 50788516
Description: x, 455 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations (some color), map, portraits ; 25 cm
Contents: Pt.1 : Interrogating the past through the photographic image --
(Using photographs to visualise the art of the Kilenge / Philip J.C. Dark --
E.T. Gilliard's ethnographic photographs on the middle Sepik River: Kanganaman village, 1953-54 / George A. Corbin --
Authorship and image: Hand-coloured glass lantern-slides from the Crane Pacific Expedition / Virginia-Lee Webb) --
Part 2 : Defining and contesting identities through art --
(The persistence of facial scarification as body art in the eastern Solomon Islands / William H. Davenport --
Art and identity in the Mariana Islands: The reconstruction of 'ancient' Chamorro dance / Judy Flores --
A new hale for the nation: The Center for Hawaiian Studies, Manoa Campus, University of Hawai'i / Joshua A. Bell --
From utilitarian to sacred: The transformation of a traditional Hawaiian object / Angela J. Neller --
Cook Islands tivaevae: Migration and the display of culture in Aotearoa/New Zealand / Phyllis S. Herda --
Museums and indigenous identity: Asmat carving in a global context / Nick Stanley) --
Part 3 : Exploring museums, collectors and meanings --
(What's in a name? The search for meaning / Shirley Campbell --
Exploring Solomon Islands shields: Vehicles of power in the changing museum contexts / Deborah Waite --
'A stranger in a new land': Kenneth Thomas in the North Sepik region of Papua New Guinea / Barry Craig --
Objects mediating relationships: The Raymond Firth Collection from Tikopia, Solomon Islands, 1928 / Liz Bonshek --
In the spirit of a different time: The legacy of early collecting practices in the Pacific / Carol E. Mayer --
Objects, agency and museums: Continuing dialogues between the Torres Strait and Cambridge / Anita Herle) --
Part 4 : Studying agency and objects --
(The gateways of Maketu: Ngati Pikiao carving style and the persistence of form / Roger Neich --
'Te Maori' in the longer view / Peter Gathercole --
Reconstructing the Rapa Nui carver's perspective: Observations on the experimental replication of moai on Easter Island / Jo Anne Van Tilberg and Christian Arevalo Pakarati --
The structure of Tongan barkcloth design: Imagery, metaphor and allusion / Adrienne L. Kaeppler --
Memorial images of eastern Fiji: Materials, metaphors and meanings / Steven Hooper --
The craft of the Spider Woman: A history of bark baskets in the Tiwi Islands / Eric Venbrux) --
Part 5 : Negotiating change in contemporary Pacific art --
(The impact of commercial development of art on traditional culture in the Solomon Islands / Victor Totu --
Contemporary Maori art and Berlin's Ethnological Museum / Marcus Schindlbeck --
Painting for corroboree, painting for kartiya: Contemporary Aboriginal art in the East Kimberley, Western Australia / Eric Kjellgren --
Transformations: Appreciation, appropriation and imagery in Indigenous Australian art / J.V.S. Megaw --
Beyond all limits / Philippe Peltier --
Marquesan art at the millennium / Carol S. Ivory --
The island in the urban: Contemporary Pacific art in New Zealand / Karen Stevenson).
Responsibility: edited by Anita Herle [and others].

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