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Hair in African Art and Culture

SKU: B- Hair
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Catalog to the recent show at the Museum for African Art and other American venues. "Introduces the role of hair as a mark of social identity and as aesthetic expression, with a selection of photographs, figurative sculptures and masks." Includes text and photographs on hairdressers' signs.
Edited by Roy Sieber and Frank Herreman
Contributions by Niangi Butulukisi, Elze Bruyninx, Els De Palmenaar, Kennell Jackson, Manuel Jordan, Babatunde Lawal, Karel Nel, Mariama Ross, William Siegmann, Barbara Thompson, and James H. Vaughan
Museum for African Art, New York
Published by Prestel Verlag
Munich, London, New York, 2000

$65 (hardcover)

$65 (hardcover)