1 edition of Bamana found in the catalog.
Jean Paul Colleyn
by 5 Continents Editions, Distributed in the United States and Canada by Harry N. Abrams in Milan, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 132-137).
|Series||Visions of Africa, Visions d"Afrique|
|LC Classifications||N7399.M3 C64 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||2009515723|
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There are some excellent examples Bamana book Bamana art, including Chiwaras in the Menil collection in Houston, some similar to those in this book.
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Hardcover. Brown boards with black lettering on spine, brown color-illustrated dust jacket with black and white lettering. xx, pp. 60 BW illustrations. This book describes the artistic techniques and rituals of the blacksmiths who create sacred Bamana sculpture in Mali, West Africa. VG/VG- dustjacket chipped at corners, faded at the spine.
The book's title, The Silence of the Women, encapsulates both Brett-Smith's thesis and the challenges Bamana book experienced in her field research, which began in and continued, off and on, until She found most Bamana women who made and used the cloths to be reluctant to speak to her about them, disavowing all but the most superficial knowledge of their designs and meaning.
The Making of Bamana Sculpture describes both the techniques and the rituals used by Bamana blacksmiths in Mali, West Africa, when they carve sacred sculpture.
Chronicling the process of decision-making that results in a commission, it provides a Pages: Summary: Part of the "Visions of Africa" series, which is devoted to the arts of Africa grouped according to the different populations. This book focuses on the aesthetic qualities of the masterpieces of "Bamana" (or Bambara) religious art in Mali and to resituate them in.
Younoussa Bamana (born April 1, in Kani Keli, Mayotte, and died J ) was a politician from Mayotte who served in the French National Assembly from to On Ja postage stamp showing Younoussa Bamana was issued.
Sincethere was a high school named Younoussa-Bamana (LYB) located in Mamoudzou. References. The Bamana believe that the male foreskin is feminine and removal of it allows a boy to mature into a man.
This belief is also reflected in their masks. The number of horns on a mask indicate the gender of the dancer’s role: females are represented by four or eight horns, males are represented by three or six horns, and androgyny is.
The Bartos staff figure is a rare example within the corpus of Bamana figurative sculpture. The Bartos figure can be compared to another in the collection of Dr.
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46 1/2 in. ( cm) Collection of Gustave and Franyo Schindler From the book. Bambara, or Bamanankan is a language in West Africa, mostly in Mali, where it is mother tongue of the Bambara people (30% of the population), and where 80% of the population can communicate in the language.
Bambara will also be useful in Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, and Gambia. Together with Dioulé and Malinké it belongs to the Manding dialect family, which itself part of the Mande group.
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The Bamana people adapted many artistic traditions. Artworks were created both for religious use and to define cultural and religious difference. Bamana artistic traditions include pottery, sculpture, weaving, iron figures, and masks.
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The Bamana Empire (also Bambara Empire or Ségou Empire) was a large West African state based at Ségou, now in state was established after the fall of the Mali Empire and the Keita dynasty, as a smaller Bambara Empire founded by other Bambara families related to the Keita was ruled by the Kulubali or Coulibaly dynasty established c.
by Kaladian Coulibaly also known as Capital: Ségou.This Bambara book is designed in the behalf of the Peace Corps Trainees learning Bambara to help them meet the needs of Peace Corps Mali in terms of their linguistic and cultural training as Volunteers. As this manual will be mostly used during the training that happens among the village communities, its contents are based upon the CBT style.Bamana peoples A rough, cracked surface obscures exact identification of the organic and inorganic materials assembled to create the boli (pl.: boliw), or power object, shown here.
Such objects play an essential role within Bamana spiritual life.