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Contorsionista de Puémape. Ceramic, Cupinisnique style, Perú, 1500-500 BC. Museo de Arte de Lima

10 questions à Carol Rodríguez

Carol Rodríguez est une archéologue et illustratrice professionnelle péruvienne qui partage son intérêt pour l'art péruvien ancien à travers les illustrations qu'elle réalise et publie sur les médias sociaux. Elle...

10 questions à Carol Rodríguez

Carol Rodríguez est une archéologue et illustratrice professionnelle péruvienne qui partage son intérêt pour l'art péruvien ancien à travers les illustrations qu'elle réalise et publie sur les médias sociaux. Elle...

Stone sculpture of the Mississippian period depicting a chunkey player

Pipes sculptées et matériaux sacrés dans le mon...

With polished, ruddy hues and two piercing, wide eyes, the sculptural pipe known to archaeologists as “Big Boy” commands attention. Excavated from a mortuary context at the site of Spiro...

Pipes sculptées et matériaux sacrés dans le mon...

With polished, ruddy hues and two piercing, wide eyes, the sculptural pipe known to archaeologists as “Big Boy” commands attention. Excavated from a mortuary context at the site of Spiro...

Reliquary Fang figure, female wooden sculpture with shiny patina

Slow Fashion on the Art Market

The art market for the arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas is going through a crisis due to a loss of confidence on the part of collectors. The origin...

Slow Fashion on the Art Market

The art market for the arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas is going through a crisis due to a loss of confidence on the part of collectors. The origin...

Yoginī, Kāñcīpuram region, Tamil Nadu (India), late 9th-early 10th century Granite Musée Guimet (MG 18508) © Johan Levillain

Trois corps indiens dans un imaginaire occident...

The way in which a group of South Indian images representing fierce-looking female deities was dispersed in the West clearly exposes the colonial mechanisms that our museums are still largely...

Trois corps indiens dans un imaginaire occident...

The way in which a group of South Indian images representing fierce-looking female deities was dispersed in the West clearly exposes the colonial mechanisms that our museums are still largely...

J. F. Rock, Butter sculpture representing the bodhisattva Tchenrezi (1926) Chone Monastery © École française d’Extrême-Orient EFEO_CHI07973

Ornements blancs et beurre coloré: Devenir d’un...

Many are familiar with Tibetan butter lamps, whose soft light brings out the golden faces of metal Buddhas and lamas from the darkness of a shrine. Less known, however, is...

Ornements blancs et beurre coloré: Devenir d’un...

Many are familiar with Tibetan butter lamps, whose soft light brings out the golden faces of metal Buddhas and lamas from the darkness of a shrine. Less known, however, is...

View of the desert with the phrase "Beyond Land Acknowledgements"

Reconnaissance des territoires traditionnels:&n...

Land acknowledgements have become common in the world of academia in the U.S. and Canada, and especially in the Humanities. But, outside of that reduced sphere, many are still unaware...

Reconnaissance des territoires traditionnels:&n...

Land acknowledgements have become common in the world of academia in the U.S. and Canada, and especially in the Humanities. But, outside of that reduced sphere, many are still unaware...