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ADAM, Analog-Digital-Ancient-Masters

Expired: ADAM, Analog-Digital-Ancient-Masters

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

Presentation of the book ADAM, together with a virtual visit and a selection of ancient masterpieces from Africa, the Pacific and America. A second exhibition will present the recent acquisitions (Africa, Oceania, West Coast of North America).

Host exhibitor: Arte y Ritual
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1644&lang=en

Ancient Upper Volta masks

Expired: Ancient Upper Volta masks

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

Host exhibitor:Joaquin Pecci Tribal Art
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1713&lang=en

Animal

Expired: Animal

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

In traditional African thinking, animals often interact with the spirit world and the human world. Generally, they may be represented to evoke certain qualities deserving emphasis, such as strength or craftiness, which does not exclude them being used to attest to the presence of a water genie or testifying to a sovereign’s ability to manifest themselves at a distance. While the modelling of these objects may vary between strict naturalism and a style that comes down to a few simplified shapes, animal art can also incorporate imaginative or even disturbing aspects, particularities that could be emphasised during night-time performances. In regions of the continent that were strongly marked in the domain of fine arts, the artist could be faced with the additional challenge of giving some form of material attachment to creatures whose unfathomable nature required the fusion of various zoomorphic aspects, sometimes enriched with borrowings from the human register. In the context of the 2014 edition of Parcours des mondes, the Jacques Germain gallery has put together a body of works reflecting the key place that the animal theme occupies in the material culture of black Africa. An eponymous catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Host exhibitor: Galerie Jacques Germain
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1347&lang=en

Art of easter Nigeria

Expired: Art of easter Nigeria

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

Host exhibitor: Dimondstein Tribal Arts
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1800&lang=en

Art of India, The Himalayas and South-East Asia

Expired: Art of India, The Himalayas and South-East Asia

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

Dedicated to sculpture and painting from India, the Himalayas and South-East Asia, the exhibition pays particular interest to Buddhist art of the Pala period (North-East India between the 8th and 12th centuries) and its influence on bordering countries. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Host exhibitor: Renaud Montméat Art d'Asie
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1353&lang=en

Attired idols

Expired: Attired idols

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

Coming from the four corners of the globe across three thousand years of history, idols, gods and ancestors adorned in all their finery constitute the exhibition theme chosen for this first participation in Parcours des mondes. Illustrating this diversity, mention could be made of the monumental stele in grey schist of a Hoysala Vishnu covered in jewels, the fragmented terra cotta of a moving Bankoni mother goddess with bracelet-laden arms, a tiny, remarkable ivory Okvik figurine with scar-marked features, among others. A catalogue of the same name accompanies the exhibition.

Host exhibitor: Galerie Pablo Touchaleaume
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=650&lang=en

Baining Tapas

Expired: Baining Tapas

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

Art from the Pacific island of New Britain is the most ephemeral of that from Oceania. Made solely for a precise moment, steeped in the spiritual world, the objects were used once only, then hidden or ritually burned. Very few of them have survived. This remarkable group of textiles from the Baining people has however survived, remaining intact and in perfect condition. Collected by the German explorer Harting in 1900, these masks and banners were hidden, unknown and out of sight. They represent one of the most elegant traditions of Oceanic art and are presented by Kevin Conru during the Parcours.

Host exhibitor: Kevin Conru
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1338&lang=en

Continuity

Expired: Continuity

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

Host exhibitor: Dartevelle
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1686&lang=en

Ekoï. Anyang, Bokyi, Ejagham

Expired: Ekoï. Anyang, Bokyi, Ejagham

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

In the mountainous and forested region of the high Cross River, on both sides of the border of Nigeria and Cameroon, live the peoples of Bantu origin, who, known as the Ekoi, are made up of the Ejagham, Boki and Anyang. The exhibition presents a representative collection of the sculpture of these ethnic groups: head crests, facial masks and helmet masks, most often in wood covered with antelope skin. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Host exhibitor: Galerie Afrique
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1331&lang=en

En avant la musique

Expired: En avant la musique

From Sep 09 2014 to Sep 14 2014

After the exhibition Spoons and Men in 2012 and Headdresses from Central Africa in 2013, Serge Le Guennan this year invites you to discover a new thematic exhibition En avant la Musique, (Start up the Music) a trip through the world of African sound. Your sensitive strings will vibrate to the sound of traditional harps, flutes and whistles, and to the rhythm of drums. An eponymous catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Host exhibitor: Galerie SL
http://www.parcoursmondes.com/index.php?section=exposition_detail&post=1357&lang=en