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Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals, page spread with gold fountainheads

Ai Weiwei : Circle of Animals

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This exhibition catalog explores the 2010 monumental work Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads, created by internationally acclaimed contemporary Chinese artist and social activist Ai Weiwei. The work is a reimagining of a Qing dynasty zodiac water-clock system at the Old Summer Palace near Beijing,...Read More
Cover of Arizona /  Isamu Noguchi, Issey Miyake.

Arizona

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An attractive, slipcased catalog for a collaborative exhibition of sculptor Isamu Noguchi, painter Genichiro Inokuma, and designer Issey Miyake at the Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art (MIMOCA), Japan, highlighting the mutual influence of the three friends and their hybrid...Read More
The Golden Figures of Buddha and Buddhist Sites in Thailand, photographs

The Golden Figures of Buddha and Buddhist Sites in Thailand

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Legend has it that during the third century B.C., the Indian emperor Ashoka (272-232 B.C.) sent monks to Thailand to spread the teachings of the Buddha. Archaeological evidence contradicts this story, indicating that the earliest contact between Thailand and India did not occur until 50-250 A....Read More
Queen Pokou

Masques et Visages

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Charles Alphonse Combes (1891-1968), born in Paris, moved to the Côte d’Ivoire in 1925 and never looked back. He began taking art students and in 1937 his studio became the École des Arts Appliques, the first art school in the country. It is now a museum in Abidjan, Musée Charles Alphonse...Read More
Primitive Negro Sculpture

Primitive Negro Sculpture

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Paul Guillaume (1891-1934), the famous Parisian art collector and dealer was, in 1914, one of the first in Europe to display African sculpture as art. Thomas Munro (1897-1974) was an American philosopher of art, professor of art history, and curator of education at the Cleveland Museum of Art...Read More