Spedizione Giuseppe Tucci Tibet Giornale Luce 1934

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Tibet 1934

La spedizione dell’accademico

Giuseppe Tucci nel Tibet.

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  The expedition of Academician
Giuseppe Tucci in Tibet

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  L’expédition de l’académicien
Giuseppe Tucci au Tibet

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  शिक्षाविद् को अभियान
तिब्बत
Giuseppe Tucci

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Giornale Luce

B0406 del 1934

Descrizione sequenze:

un gruppo di uomini e animali in sosta sui monti innevati, ; il gruppo avanza tra sentieri di montagna ; case nella pietra, una tenda fissata in piazzale ; un archeologo parla con indigeni ; antiche costruzioni e palazzi tibetani ; indigeni con tunica e maschera di animale eseguono danze caratteristiche, intorno gruppi di indigeni con piatti e lunghi strumenti a fiato danno il ritmo ; gruppo di indigene con tunica e velo ballano, una bimba fa gesti con le mani, donne fanno suonare piatti ; monti innevati .

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Description sequences:

a group of men and animals parked on the snow-covered mountains,; the group progresses through mountain trails; houses in stone, a tent set in the square; an archaeologist speaks with natives; old buildings and palaces Tibetans; natives with tunic and animal mask dances performed characteristics, around groups of indigenous dishes and long wind instruments give the rhythm; group of indigenous tunic and veil dance, a girl makes hand gestures, women do play dishes; snow-covered mountains.

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Description des séquences:

un groupe d’hommes et d’animaux garé sur les montagnes enneigées,; le groupe progresse à travers les sentiers de montagne; maisons en pierre, une tente installée sur la place; un archéologue parle avec les indigènes; vieux bâtiments et palais Tibétains; indigènes avec tunique et animales danses des masques réalisés caractéristiques, autour de groupes de plats autochtones et instruments à vent longues donner le rythme; groupe de tunique et de danses autochtones de voile, une fille fait des gestes de la main, les femmes ne jouent plats; montagnes enneigées.

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विवरण दृश्यहरु: बरफ छोपेको पहाड मा पार्क पुरुष र जनावरहरू एक समूह,; समूह पहाड ट्रेल्स माध्यम प्रगति; ढुङ्गा, वर्ग मा सेट पाल मा घर; एक पुरातत्वविद् निवासी संग बोल्छ; पुराना भवन र दरबार Tibetans; अंगरखा पशु मास्क नृत्य संग निवासी ताल दिन आदिवासी व्यञ्जन लामो हावा साधन को समूह वरिपरि, विशेषताहरु प्रदर्शन; आदिवासी अंगरखा घुम्टो नृत्य को समूह, एक केटी हात हाउभाउ, महिला व्यञ्जन खेल्छन् बनाउँछ; हिउँढाकिएको पहाड;

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Beschreibung Sequenzen: eine Gruppe von Menschen und Tieren auf den schneebedeckten Bergen geparkt,; die Gruppe schreitet durch Bergwege; Häuser aus Stein, einem Zelt auf dem Platz gesetzt; Archäologe spricht mit Einheimischen; alte Gebäude und Paläste Tibeter; Eingeborenen mit Tunika und Tiermaske Tänze Eigenschaften, um Gruppen von einheimischen Gerichten und lang Bläser geben den Rhythmus; Gruppe von indigenen Tunika und Schleiertanz, ein Mädchen macht Handzeichen, Frauen nicht spielen Gerichte; schneebedeckte Berge.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY

HUMLA

MASK AND FUR

PHOTO CREDIT OF ERIC CHAZOT

 

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 SOUTHERN TIBET

DISCOVERIES IN FORMER TIMES COMPARED

WITH MY OWN RESEARCHES IN 1906-1908

BY

SVEN HEDIN

VOL.1

STOCKHOLM

1917

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CHINESE MAP OF TIBET 1830

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The village gods of South India 

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CLAY HORSES OF AIYANAR

 

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GRAMA DEVATA SHRINE

 

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INTERIOR OF A SHRINE WITH SRONES PROBABLY SIMBOL OF THE SEVEN SISTERS

 

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MINACHI AND THE SEVEN SISTER, CUDDALORE

 

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Le tambour et la ville.

De l’ethnomusicologie à l’anthropologie urbaine (Népal) 

Gérard Toffin

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INDIA LEGENDS FLOKLORE ART AND CULTURE: THANKSGIVING VOTIVE OFFERINGS in ETHNOGRAPHIC NOTES IN SOUTHERN INDIA EDGAR THURSTON MADRAS 1906 INDIAN FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

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ETHNOGRAPHIC NOTES IN SOUTHERN INDIA

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EDGAR THURSTON

MADRAS

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As a thanksgiving for recovery from illness, in Southern India the offerings could
take the form of silver or gold representations of the part of the hody affected,
which are deposited in a vessel kept for the purpose at the temple.

Such ex votos were kept for sale in the vicinity of the temple.

Of silver ex votos collected from temples in the Tamil country, the Madras museum
possesses an extensive collection, in which are included the face, hands,
feet, buttocks, tongue, larynx, navel, nose, ears, eyes, mammae, genitalia, etc. ;
snakes offered to propitiate the anger of serpents ; snakes coiled in coitu ; sandals,
umbrellas, and cocoanuts strung on a pole.

When a person has been ill all over, a silver human figure, or thin silver wire of the
same length as himself, and representing him is sometimes offered.

Silver umbrellas and flags are also offered at temples.

At Pjka in South Canara, brass or clay figures of the tiger, leopard, elephant, wild boar,
and bandicoot rat are presented at the shrine of a female bhutha named Poomanikunhoomani,
to protect the crops and cattle from the ravages of these animals.

A brass figure of Sarabha , a mythological eightlegged animal, supposed to be the vehicle of
the god Virabhadra is presented as an offering at some Siva temples in South Canara,
in cases where a person is attacked with a form of ulcer known as Siva punnu, (Siva’s sore or
ulcer).

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INDIAN FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS BIBLIOGRAPHY

Journal Articles

1 Kochar, V K
A note on some Drawings by Onge of Little Andaman.
BULLETEIN OF THE CULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 4(1-2),
1965: 25-26
Tribes; Tribes-Onge; Tribal Drawing Art-Onge; Onge-Little Andaman.
Sarkar, Sabita Ranjan
On the Study of Primitive Art in India.
BULLETEIN OF THE CULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 7(1-2),
1968: 89-97
Primitive Art; Primitive Art in India; Anthropology; Tribal Art.
Mukerji, Sankarananda
Folklore of the Sundarban Tribes.
BULLETEIN OF THE CULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 8(1-2),
1969: 97-100
Tribes-Sundarban; Folklore; Tribal Folklore; Folklore
Sundarban Tribes; Anthropology; Tribal Art and Recreation
Koppar, D. H.
Tribal art and its place in the enthnological museum.
THE EASTERN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 29(1), 1976: 91-99
Tribal art; enthnological museum.
Lochan, Pramila
The Kitab-I-Nauras: An Aesthete’s Tribute
KALA-THE JOURNAL OF INDIAN ART HISTORY CONGRESS, 3, 1996:116-118
Aesthetics; Art-Indian-History; Kitab-I-Nauras-Poetry-
Ibrahim Adil Shah II-Aesthetic tribute.
Bora, D K
The Wood Carvings of the Wanchos of Arunachal Pradesh.
KALA-THE JOURNAL OF INDIAN ART HISTORY CONGRESS, 4, 1997:86-88
Art-Indian-History; Tribal Art-Wanchos; Art-Wood Carving; Wood Carvings-Wanchos-Arunachal Pradesh.
Sisodia, Vishnudev N.
“Pancvi” the magicio: Religious art of the Varlis
THE EASTERN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 16(1), 1963: 47-52
Varlis tribe; religious art; Pancvi.
Aryan, Subhashini
Tribal art: Visual expressions of vivid tales
DISCOVER INDIA, 4(7), 1991: 10-13
Tribal art; Indian art.
Aryan, Subhashini
Expressions of tribal genius.
DISCOVER INDIA, 6(2), 1993: 46-49
Art-Himalayan tribes; craft-Himalayan tribes; tribal art-Himalaya.
Annapurna
Traditions and newer traditions.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998: 26-29
Tribal art-India; tradition-painting art.
Mohan, Kumud
A German tribute.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998: 72-74
Indian art; museum-Indian art-Berlin.
Chakravorty, Padmini
Social Structure of the Tribals of Tripura as reflected
through their Dances.
FOLKLORE, 228, 1979(February): 31-39 Vol 20 (2).
Folklore; Folk-Tribal Social Structure-Tripuri Tribe-
Dance; Folk-Dance-Social Structure-Tribe-Tripura; Folk
Dance-Social Structure-Tribe-Tripura; Folk Art-Dance-
Tripura Tribe-Social Structure.
Cranstone, Bryan
Three ‘tribal art’ sales.
ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY, 3(1-6), 1987: 19-20
Silver, Harry R
Beauty and the “I” of the Beholder: identity, asthetics,and social change among the Ashanti
JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 35(2), 1979(Summer):191-207
Anthropology; Tribal Identity; Tribal Visual Art- Modern Developments; African Tourist Arts; Ethnography;
Triabal Art-Modernisation-Ashanti; Ashanti; Tourist Art;Tribal Study; .
Aryan, Subhashini
Tribal art of India.
INDIAN AND FOREIGN REVIEW, 22(19), 1985: 23-26
ribal art-India; art.
Maiti, Sameera
Tribal arts and crafts: A study among the Tharu of Uttar Pradesh
INDIAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 31(2), 2001: 69-74
Anthropology; tribal arts; tribe-Uttaer Pradesh; craft art-Tharu-Uttar Pradesh; Tharu-Uttar Pradesh.
Jain, Jyotindra
Tribal crafts, and the case of Mohammed and the mountain.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 4(3), 1984: 74-75  Art; craft.
Jain, Jyotindra
Painted myths of creation: The art and ritual of a Indian tribe
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 5(2), 1985: 20-29
Tribal art; art-tribe-India; ritual-tribe-India;tribals.
Control No. : 57630
Chakraverty, Somnath
Wall embellishments: Tribal murals of Chhotanagpur
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 6(2), 1986: 22-27
Tribal murals-Chhotanagpur; tribal art; art; paintings tribals-Chhotanagpur; wall paintings.
Tiwari, Jyotsna
Beliefs, traditions, needs…: Perpetuating the rural art of terracotta
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 6(5), 1986: 62-64
Rural art; art; terracotta; tribal art.
Patil, Manisha
Bastar wood work.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 7(4), 1987: 36-40
Craft; wood work-Bastar; tribal art-Bastar.
Hrahsel, Zothanpari
North eastern tribal art.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 7(7), 1987: 78-85
Art; tribal art-north east.
Das, A. K.
A Naga warrior’s mask: A dilemma of authenticity
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 11(12), 1991: 82-83
Tribal art; Naga mask; mask.
Das, A. K.
Commercialisation of tribal art.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 12(3), 1992: 80-81
** Tribal art.
Thiagarajan, K. M.
Tribal art: Beyond the mask of civilisation
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 12(4), 1992: 18-31
** Art; tribal art-India; tribals.
Nath, Tribhuvan
A prophetic world.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 13(9), 1993: 54-61
Art; S. S. Bhatti, painter.
The magical script.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 14(7), 1994: 52-59
Art; tribal art; art-Hill Korwa.
Tribal magic.
INSIDE OUTSIDE, 186, 2000: 36-37
Tribal art; interior decoration.
Dimitriadis, George
Hellenic rock art: State of art, open questions and new paradigms
MAN IN INDIA: A INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 88
(2-3), 2008: 449-458
Hellenic rock art; rock art.
Geismar, Haidy
What’s in a price?
JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CULTURE, 6(1), 2001: 25-47
Art market, auctions, price, tournament of value, tribal art.
Ghosh, Asok K . and Chakraverti, Somnath Genesis and change of tribal art- examples from west
Bengal.
INDIAN MUSEUM BULLETIN, 23-24, 1988-1989: 136-141
Oberoi, R. C., Sharma, A. K. and Sharma, S. K.
Environmental limitations, socio-economic status and
constraints of tribal economy in outer Himalayas – a
study of pangi.
JOURNAL OF HUMAN ECOLOGY, 5(1), 1994(January): 63-67
Environment, socio-economic structure, agriculture,
technology.
Tag, Hui, Das, A .K . and Pallabi, H .
Botanbical resources used in triditional wood carving
industry among the wancho tribe of Arunachal pradesh.
INDIAN JOURNAL OF TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE, 7(1), 2009
(January): 148-156
Traditional woodcarving industry , Botanical
resources, wancho community, Arunachal pradesh.
Gogoi, N . K .
Glimpses of social reality throuh tattoos of the wanchos
of Arunachal Pradesh.
JOURNAL OF INDIAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 41(03), 2008
(November): 291-297
Features of this issue.
KALORI: ROYAL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF ARTS JOURNAL,
26(2), 1988: 1-8
Mukherjee, Meera
Gharuas: A metal artisan group and their art
MAN IN INDIA, 54(4), 1974(Oct. – Dec.): 287-303
Annapurna
Traditions and bewer traditions.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998(December): 26-29
Tribal Art; Warli Painting; Painting; Gond-Painting;
Wall Painting; .
Mohan, Kumud
A german tribute.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998(December): 72-74
Indian Art; Traditional Art; ancient art.
Elwin, Verrier and Datta, Sudhindranath
The tribal art.
MARG, 5(4): 30-34
Tribal; tribal art; .
Imam, Bulu
Cultural spatial concepta implicit in tribal art and
identity in Hazaribagh district.
MAN IN INDIA, 73(2), 1993(June): 163-172
Jain, Jyotindra
Commercializing tribal art.
SEMINAR, 412, 1993(December): 43-44
Imam, Bulu
Tribal India speaks.
SUNDARAM: A MAGAZINE ON CONTEMPORARY ART, 2(2), 1989: 5-8
Art.
Abidi, Tanveer
Folk and tribal art.
SUNDARAM: A MAGAZINE ON CONTEMPORARY ART, 3(5-6), 1990: 37-38
Chakraverty, Somnath
Indigeenous tribal art: Strategy for consevation and promotion
JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 6(1-2), 2009(Jan. – D
ec.): 87-102
Loxley, Anne
Khovar d
reamings: Contemporary tribal art in South Bihar,India
ART ASIA PASIFIC, 18, 1998: 36-41
Art; Tribal art-Bihar.
Thomas, Nicholas
Islands of history: Reflections on two exhibitions of
Torres Strait islander culture
ART ASIA PASIFIC, 27, 2000: 70-77
Art; Tribal art-Torres Strait; Art-Torres Strait.
Schemes to preserve and promote tribal art and culture.
TRIBAL RESEARCH BULLETIN, 20(1), 1998(March): 37-38
Tribal development; Tribal arts; Tribal culture; art
and craft-tribes; .
Shukla, Shubhalakshmi
Bastar’s adivasi women and their art.
MARG, 56(2), 2004(December): 62-65
Art-Bastar; Tribal art-Bastar.
Sharma, Anjali and Sharma, Promila
Handloom weaving – state of art of tribes of kullu
valley, Himachal Pradesh, India.
STUDIES OF TRIBES AND TRIBALS, 7(2), 2009(December):
115-118
Craft; Woven; Shawls; Fabrication; Trade; Multinational..
Schemes of the Bihar state govt. submitted to tthe govt. of
India under art. 275 of constitution of India: For the
uplift of scheduled tribes during 1952-53
VANYAJATI, 1(3), 1953(July): 72-74
** Tribal development-Bihar.
Chakraverty, Somnath
Cultural configuration of rock art in Jharkhand: A
holistic approach.
PURAKALA: THE JOURNAL OF ROCK ART SOCIETY OF INDIA
(RASI), 11-12(1-2), 2001: 109-112
Nzunguba, Ibio
Portee socioartistique et magico-religieuse d’un art du
corps: La rondelle on bois inseree dans la levre de la
“Congolaise a plateau”
ANTHROPOS: INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ETHNOLOGY AND
LINGUISTICS, 102(2), 2007: 389-401
Jain, Jyotindra
Sundaribai: Speaking with clay.
INTERNATIONAL GALLERI, 7(1), 2004: 39-44

Tribal Art & Craft – Books

Aryan, Subhashini
Unknown Masterpieces of Indian Folk & Tribal Art.– New
Delhi: Ajanta Offset. 248 p.

Reference Orissa: Millennium Edition.– Bhubaneswar:
Enterprising Publishers. 677p.

Channa , Subhadra
Witchctaft and Black art Witchcraft and Sorcery in Tribal
Religion.– New Delhi: Cosmo Publications. 309p.

Tribal Religion And Economic Life.– New Delhi: Cosmo
Publications. 316 p

The Art & Crafts of Kondhs.– Bhubaneswar: Council of
Professional Social Workers. 184 p.

Borgohain, H.
Handloom and handicrafts of the ADIS.– Itanagar:
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p. : ill. p

Agrawal, Ashvini
Sarupa Saurabhamrt: Tributes to Indology Prof. Lakshman
Sarup Centenary Volume.– New Delhi: Manjit Singh. 391 p

Topno, Sem
Musical culture of the munda tribe.– New Delhi: Concept
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Indian Artisans:Social Institutions and Culture Values.–
Kalkata: ASI Govt. of India ministry of culture Dept. of
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Theory and practice: essays presnted to gene weltfish.–
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Fuchs, Stephen
Bottom of Indian society: the harijan and other low
castes.– Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal. vii, 325p.

Smith W. C.
Ao-Naga Tribes of Assam.– Delhi: Gian Publications.
xxvii,244 p.

Jerath, Ashok
The splendour of Himalayan Art and culture.– New Delhi:
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Towards a cultural policy.– Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.
viii, 286 p.

Das, S.T.
Tribal Life of North- Eastern India.– Delhi: Gian
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Sharma, Vijay Prakash
Hmars of Manipur: an anthropological exploration.– New
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Das, S.T.
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Bose, Nirmal Kumar
Tribal life in India.– New Delhi: National Book Trust.
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Barua, S. N.
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Baveja, J.D.
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Hasan, Amir
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Russell, R.V.
Tribes and castes of the Central provinces of India.–
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Kalita, Dhaneswar
Traditional performances of South Kamrup.– New Delhi:
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Skeen, Andrew
Passing it on: short talks on tribal fighting on the
North West frontier of India.– New Delhi: Bhavana books
& Prints. 136p.

Chandorker, Manoj S.
Haemoglobin & our tribes: a state of art on tribal health
— Bhopal: The Society of Bionaturalists. 57p.:ill. p

Majumdar, D.N.
An introduction to social anthropology.– New Delhi:
National Publishing House. xii,307 p.

Vidyarthi, L. P.
Contribution to the development of anthropology.– New
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India: specially published for the festival of India in the
U. S. S. R.– New Delhi: Brijbasi. 235 p.: col. ill. p

Agrawala, P.K.
Study in Indian iconography.– Jaipur: Publication Scheme
158p.: ill. p

Tribal art: primitivism and modern relevance.– Bhubaneswar
: Working Artists Association of Orissa. 120 p.: ill p

Tiwari, Jyotsna
Traditions of terracotta art in Madhya Pradesh.– Delhi:
Pratibha Prakashan. xxiv, 116p.: ill. p

Welch, Stuart Cary
India: art and culture, 1300-1900.– New York:
Metropolitan Museum of Art. 477 p.: plates p

Goodall, Edward A.
Sketches of Amerindian tribes 1841-1843.– Guyana:
British Museum. 88 p.: ill. p

Koppar, D. H.
Tribal art of dangs.– Baroda: Department of Museums.
xx,166 p.: ill. p

Gillon, Werner
Collecting African art.– London: MaCmillan Published.
viii, 183p.: Col. ill. p

Fagg, William
Tribes and forms in African art.– London: Methuen. 122
p.: plates p

Kruta, Venceslas
Celts of the West.– London: Orbsis. 128 p.: plates;
maps

Anton, Ferdinand
Pre-Columbian art and later Indian tribal arts.– New
York: Harry N.Abrams Inc. 264 p.: plates; maps

Fagg, William
Tribal image: wooden figure sculpture of the world.–
London: Trustees of the British Museum. 100 p.: ill. p

Cooper, Ilay
Traditional buildings of India.– London: Thames and
Hudson. 192 p.: paltes p

Frozen tombs: the culture and art of the ancient tribes of
siberia.– London: British Museum Publications. 102 p.:
plates p

Tribal arts and crafts: Madhya Pradesh.– Ahmedabad: Mapin
Publishing. 142 p.: plates; maps

Pal, M. K.
Crafts and craftsmen in traditional India.– New Delhi:
Kanak Publications. xxiii,348 p.: plates p

Ghosh, D. P.
Mediaeval Indian painting eastern school: 13th century
A.D. to modern times including folk art.– Delhi: Sundeep
Prakashan. 155 p.: col. plates p

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Tribal Rugs: nomadic and village weavings from the near
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AUTRES MAITRES DE L’INDE CREATIONS CONTEMPORAINES DES ADIVASI, MUSEE DU QUAI BRANLY PARIS

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN 

FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

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CREATIONS CONTEMPORAINES DES ADIVASI, MUSEE DU QUAI BRANLY PARIS

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Scarsamente recensito negli anni della sua scomparsa, il mondo artistico  degli Adivasi è oggi rappresentato nella mostra temporanea  al Museo du Qui Branly di Parigi in undici sezioni, nelle quali il Curatore ha cercato di rappresentare altrettanti microcosmi di questa realtà ormai perduta.

Il confronto iconografico  tra il passato ed il presente è tuttavia in alcuni casi impietoso.

Il visitatore è per esempio accolto nella sua visita da alcuni cavalli in terracotta, opere di artigianato odierno che poco o niente hanno a che fare con l’antica tradizione iconografica degli ‘holy potters’ del Tamil Nadu.

Manufatti moderni che testimoniano un regresso estetico che dalla sublime arte dei Grama Devatas o Village Gods of South India retrocede a mere rappresentazioni artigianali che niente hanno a che fare con le prime.

Stella Kramrisch non le avrebbe di certo inserite nella sua epica esibisione del 1968, Unknown India Ritual Art in Tribe and Village di Philadelphia.

Un Santal Banam, proveniente da una anonima collezione indiana, e pubblicato nel PDF di presentazione della mostra, oltre ad essere evidentemente nuovo, presenta uno scollamento sostanziale con la tipica iconografia ed estetica di questa popolazione.

Una Mostra di manufatti non soltanto nuovi, dunque, ma in molti casi anche lontani dalle originali tradizioni dei popoli presi in considerazione.

AUTRES MAITRES DE L’INDE CREATIONS CONTEMPORAINES DES ADIVASI, MUSEE DU QUAI BRANLY PARIS,  du mardi 30 Mars au Dimanche 18 Juillet 2010, Commissaire General of the Exhibition Mr JYOTINDRA JAIN.

Section 1 : LES REPRESENTATIONS DE L’INDE ADIVASI

Cette section  illustre la situation tribale en Inde à l’époque coloniale, postcoloniale et contemporaine en présentant des textes, cartes et photographies. 

Chromos, gravures et cartes postales représentent les tribus autochtones et peuples « Adivasi » dans une perspective historique.  Les oeuvres des photographes Dayanita Singh et Pablo Bartholomew portent un regard contemporain sur les « Adivasi ».

Section 2: LES PEUPLES

L’exposition présente  onze univers correspondant chacun à un peuple différent ; chacun de ces peuples est  caractérisé par ses productions matérielles rituelles et artistiques.

– Les sculptures Bhuta, Karnataka
-Bas-reliefs architecturaux : les femmes artistes de Chattisgarh
-Andaman et Nicobar, sud-est de l’Inde
-Pièces artisanales Ayyanar : sculptures en terre cuite, Tamil Nadu
-Tombeau de Molela : dieux d’argile, Rajasthan
-Pithora : peintures murales, centre-Ouest du Gujarat
-Figurines tribales en bronze de l’ère Bastar et zones Kondh, Orissa
-Santhal : sculptures sur bois et peintures, West Bengal
-Waghri, Gurajat
-Naga, nord-est de l’Inde
-Peintures Adivasi

Section 3 – Les Artistes Contemporains

Cette troisième  section propose une sélection monographique dans l’oeuvre de deux artistes contemporains : Jivya Soma Mashe (tribu Warli / Thane district) et Jangarh Singh Shyam (peuple Gond / Madya Pradesh).

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MASKS OF THE HIMALAYAS

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MASK

(Inventory no 87)

Old Rajbansi crowned mask

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Old Rajbansi horse mask

(Inv no 57)

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Old metal Newari mask

(Inventory no.40)

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Ancient Rajbansi monkey mask
(Inventory no 79)

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WESTERN NEPAL

THE ARCHETYPIC ICONOGRAPHY OF AN ARTISTIC LIVING TRADITION I

 

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WESTERN NEPAL

THE ARCHETYPIC ICONOGRAPHY OF AN ARTISTIC LIVING TRADITION II

Photo courtesy of   Reto Niederhauser 

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WALKING ON THE ROADS OF WESTERN NEPAL I

Photo courtesy of  PARLERDELLES OVERBLOG

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/post/7709872/walking-on-the-roads-of-the-western-nepal-hum 

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WALKING ON THE ROADS OF WESTERN NEPAL II

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THE ARCHETYPIC ICONOGRAPHY OF AN ARTISTIC LIVING TRADITION III

Photo courtesy of  Paulo Grobel

Tibrikot village sketchs from Ethnoflorence Himalayan  Archive.

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HIMALAYAN METAL MASKS FROM PHIL MORVAN COLLECTION

 

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RICHARD LAIR COLLECTION A SENSITIVE SELECTION

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/post/7615096/richard-lair-collection-a-sensitive-selection

 courtesy of Richard Lair

Nepalese shaman pictures courtesy of    Josh Lustig   http://www.joshlustig.com/; Vincent Van den Berg http://web.mac.com/vincentvandenberg/shi/Index.html , Manishakya http://www.flickr.com/photos/manishakya/  Arts Premiers Collection Bruxelles http://sanza.skynetblogs.be/ , undated nepalese post card.

 

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NEPAL

SHAMANISM AND TRIBAL SCULPTURE

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/post/7575469/nepal-chamanisme-et-sculpture-tribale-chrisht

 Christian Lequindre, Marc Petit.

In collaboration with NEPAL TRIBAL ART

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In Jumla, one of the oldest cities in the western region of Nepal, a festival (Mela) is held in principle every year to celebrate the victory of Hindu gods against the Lakhey and Bhakkus, representing ancient tribal beliefs .

Document extracted from a documentary filmed in 2005 in Jumla district.

Photo courtesy  of Christian Lequindre. www.nepaltribalart.com

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-INDIAN TRIBAL ART, INDIAN TRIBAL MASK, A LOST ICONOGRAPHIC  AND ESTETHIC WORLD

 

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OLD FEATURES DEVOTED TO HIMALAYAN FOLK ART

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