6 edition of Gestures in African art found in the catalog.
Gestures in African art
Suzanne Preston Blier
Bibliography: p. 73-75.
|Statement||Suzanne Preston Blier ; [photography, Thomas Feist].|
|Contributions||L. Kahan Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||NB1098 .B58 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||82234714|
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BLIER. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blier, Suzanne Preston. Gestures in African art. New York (48 E New York ): L. Kahan Gallery, © b Gestures in African Art. Blier, Suzanne Preston. Kahan Gallery, New York, large 8vo paperback. Book Condition: cover wear otherwise very good. 68 books based on 6 votes: Flash of the Spirit: African & Afro-American Art & Philosophy by Robert Farris Thompson, African Art by Frank Willett, Colored.
Fall African American Art and Photo Books. Kara Walker: A Black Hole Is Everything a Star Longs to Be (born ) takes up questions of Black subjectivity and representation by examining the gestures, spaces and forms of nonverbal communication that underpin portraiture.
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