Body Politics: The Female Image in Luba Art and the Sculpture of Alison Saar by Mary Nooter Roberts

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Author
Mary Nooter Roberts
Publisher
University of California Los Angeles, Fowler Museum of Cultural History
Date of release
Pages
80
ISBN
9780930741815
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Unknown Binding
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Although the sculpture of African American artist Alison Saar is influenced by African objects and ideas, this volume does not seek to establish direct linkages, opting instead to present dialogues. It features an extended interchange between noted Africanist and art historian Mary Nooter Roberts and Saar, and through a series of photographed images, it also establishes a visual dialogue between Saar's frequently large-scale sculptural pieces and the intimate and intricate works of the Luba peoples of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


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