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Artworks in Arcadja91
Some works of School AfricanExtracted between 91 works in the catalog of Arcadja
Auction: Ro Gallery -Jun 29, 2011 - New YorkLot number: 2
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African Tall Bird Figure Carved Wood and Paint 57 in. x 14 in. x 14 in. (144.78 cm x 35.56 cm x 35.56cm) Auction Location: 47-15 36th Street, Long Island City, New York, 11101, UnitedStates PreviewingDetails: Lots are available to bepreviewed at our Long Island City, New York location by appointmentup until the day of the sale. Please call to make arrangements.1-800-888-1063 Taxes: NYST (8.875%) Buyer's Premiums: From (Incl.) To (Excl.) Premium 0.00 Infinite 20% Shipping Details: No InfoAvailable Payment Details: No InfoAvailable Accepted Payment Methods: VISA Master Card AMEX Discover PayPal See Payment Details Rogallery.com Live Auctions Buyer’’’’s Terms & Conditions: Buyers must accept the following Terms & Conditions toparticipate in Rogallery.com Live Auctions. 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Auction: Bonhams -Mar 23, 2011 - LondonLot number: 54
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South African School (20th century) An assortment of black and white photographsfrom Drum Magazine , including works by Jürgen Schadeberg,Alf Khumalo, Bob Gosani, Peter Magubane, Christian Gbagbo, RanjithKally, Ian Berry, and others silver gelatin print 48.5 x 58.8cm (19 1/8 x 23 1/8in) and smaller unframed (28) Footnote: Drum magazine was started in 1951 and within a short timehad gained recognition for its emphasis on life in the vibrantblack townships during an era of tremendous social upheaval andchange. The magazine was also notable for its documentation of theburgeoning jazz scene. Drum 's history was particularly shaped by the photographerJurgen Schadeberg, who had arrived in South Africa from Berlin in1950 and became the magazine's Chief Photographer, Picture Editorand Art Director. He photographed some of South Africa's mostpivotal moments and people in the 1950s, including the DefianceCampaign of 1952, the Treason Trial of 1958, the SophiatownRemovals, the funerals following the Sharpeville Massacre, WalterSisulu and the young lawyer Nelson Mandela. During his time at Drum , Schadeberg also trained a generation of blackphotographers including Ernest Cole, Bob Gosani and PeterMagubane. " Drum was a different home; it did not have apartheid. Therewas no discrimination in the offices of Drum magazine. Itwas only when you left Drum and entered the world outside ofthe main door that you knew you were in apartheid land." (PeterMagubane)
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Item No. 1602780 : 33 Anonymous African American Portraits 1930's - 50's D5WD 34 vintage gelatin silver prints, some annotated and dated on the reerse. Provenance Measurements variable between 2 x 1 1/2" and 5 1/2 x 3 1/2" Condition The photographs are in excellent condition considering their age, many are tattered with small tears and rough edges. Please feel free to contact us regarding specific questions or condition report. Payment must be received within 10 days of end of auction.
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Tji wara antelope antler. Bambara, Mali. H. 35 cm. Provenance: The collection of Lau Sunde. Literature: Zahan, Dominique, 1980, "Antilopes du Soleil,Arts et Rites Agraires d'Afrique Noire", Edition A. Schendl, Wien, planche 100, III87, III88.Colleyn, Jean-Paul, 2009, "Visions of Africa, Bamana", 5 Continents.Colleyn, Jean-Paul, 2001, "Bamana, The Art of Existence in Mali", Museum of African Art New York.Goldwater, Robert, 1960, "Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan with an introduction", The Museum of Primitive Art, New York.
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AFRICAN DOOR. 20th century. Carved wood and copper. Hermaphrodite. H 155 cm. Some loss and damage. CHF 1 500.- / 2 000.- € 990.- / 1 320.- TRAVAIL AFRICAIN (20e s.) Porte Bois sculpté et cuivre. Hermaphrodite. H 155 cm. Manques et dégâts. CHF 1 500.- / 2 000.- € 990.- / 1 320.-