Modern Art, Ancient Tradition, from Africa and the Diaspora

from the Newark Museum of Art

Epa/Elefon Headress with Warrior, ca 1920s, Bamgboye of Odo Owa, Nigeria
Epa/Elefon Headresss with Warrior, ca 1920s, Bamgboye of Odo Owa, Nigeria
Anima Mundi, video installation, 2014, Theo Eshetu, born London, raised in Senegal and Ethiopia.
URM Queen Najiya Hadizatu Ahmedu Magajiya of Knubwada, George Osodi
URM Queen Najiya Hadizatu Ahmedu Magajiya of Knubwada, George Osodi, 2012, Nigeria
Fragile Cargo XVIII, Serge Alain Nitegeka
Fragile Cargo XVIII, Serge Alain Nitegeka, 2014, born Burundi, lives Johannesburg
Outer and Inner Head, Osi Audu
Outer and Inner Head, Osi Audu, 2002, born Nigeria, lives in Woodstock, N.Y.
They Always Appear, Ibrahim El-Salahi
They Always Appear, Ibrahim El-Salahi, 1965, born Sudan, lives UK
Man With Bicycle, unkown
Man With Bicycle, unknown Yaruba artist, Nigeria, mid-20th century

More African art from the Newark Museum of Art.

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2 Responses to Modern Art, Ancient Tradition, from Africa and the Diaspora

  1. jmankowsky says:

    Wow, some striking pieces in that exhibit!

    Liked by 1 person

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