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Aborigines, Art, France: History in Review (Part 4)

Back to Part 3  The Genesis of the Musee du Quai Branly Sarah Amato does an excellent job of delineating the role of public museums in representing “the ideologies of a colonial state, and how these ideologies may be manifested … Continue reading

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Aborigines, Art, France: History in Review (Part 1)

Introduction A few weeks ago Fred Myers, the author of Painting Culture: the making of an Aboriginal high art, sent me a copy of an article that he had published in the journal Ethnos (v. 63, no 1, 1998, pp. 7-47) entitled “Uncertain Regard: … Continue reading

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