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by Ms Polly Savage,Sir Anthony Caro,Mr Robert Loder,John Picton

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1848221517
Author:
Ms Polly Savage,Sir Anthony Caro,Mr Robert Loder,John Picton
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History & Criticism
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English
Publisher:
Lund Humphries; New edition edition (December 2, 2014)
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304 pages
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In Making Art in Africa, 60 of the continent's leading artists give very different answers to this question through a. .Polly Savage is a writer, curator and Senior Teaching Fellow in History of Art and Archaeology at SOAS, London.

Polly Savage is a writer, curator and Senior Teaching Fellow in History of Art and Archaeology at SOAS, London.

Making Art in Africa book. Start by marking Making Art in Africa: 1960-2010 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Making Art in Africa: 1960-2010. by. Polly Savage (Foreword), Robert Loder. What does it mean to make art in Africa?

Polly Savage, ed. Making Art in Africa, 1960-2010. Burlington: Ashgate Publishing, 2014. Making Art in Africa begins with a forward by Sir Anthony Caro and brief essays by Robert Loder, John Picton, and Polly Savage.

Polly Savage, ed. Sir Anthony, who with Loder initiated the 1982 Triangle workshop between America, Canada, and England, expresses pleasure at the book’s returning the reader to the basic emotion-given form.

Sculpture Park, 1995 Making Art in Africa chronicles the remarkable Triangle International Artists Workshops founded in the early 1980s by philanthropist Robert Loder and sculptor Anthony Caro. The first workshops were held in New York State but from the mid- 1980s Triangle workshops were held all over anglophone Africa as well as in Ethiopia, Mozambique, Senegal and Mauritius, creating important networks and friendships. In 1995, African Triangle artists took part in a workshop at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

by Robert Loder, John Picton, Anthony Caro.

by Robert Loder, John Picton, Anthony Caro.

Sir Anthony Caro in his Foreword to Making Art in Africa. Essays by Robert Loder, John Picton and Polly Savage. Includes over 300 colour illustrations; 304pp. Throughout the interviews carried out in Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana and Namibia, the book explores key moments of art-making since 1960.

Fine Arts, Art History. Foreword by. Sir Anthony Caro. John Picton is Emeritus Professor in African Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. He worked for the Nigerian government's Department of Antiquities from 1961 to 1970, and for the British Museum from 1970 to 1979.

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In Making Art in Africa 1960-2010 (published by Lund Humphries) Polly Savage, a British curator, interviews Qes .

In Making Art in Africa 1960-2010 (published by Lund Humphries) Polly Savage, a British curator, interviews Qes Adamu Tesfaw on Ethiopia’s Orthodox tradition, Tapfuma Gutsa of Zimbabwe on biblical tales about Lazarus and the Book of Genesis, and the Uganda-born master painter, Jak Katarikawe, who dreams of cows with a direct line to God (pictured). Reuse this content The Trust Project. More from Books and arts

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What does it mean to make art in Africa? In Making Art in Africa, 60 of the continent's leading artists give very different answers to this question through a series of extraordinary first-hand commentaries relating to specific works. The book includes accounts from key curators and co-ordinators, and primary images are considered in the context of contemporary events, personal discoveries, and the networks such as Triangle which have brought them together. Showcasing paintings, sculptures, prints and installations, Making Art in Africa marries the selected interviews and their associated images with archival and comparative illustrations. The result is an unparalleled insight into the artworks, experiences and processes of art making in Africa during a period of radical social change. Visually appealing with absorbing, accessible texts, Making Art in Africa provides a unique contribution to the literature available on this fascinating subject, and will be an essential purchase for scholars and general readers alike.