Northwest Coast representations : new perspectives on history, art, and encounters

Auteur(s) : Etges, Andreas (Éd.)
König, Viola (Éd.)
Hatoum, Rainer (Éd.)
Description matérielle : 219 p. : illustrations ; 24 cm.Publication : Berlin : Reimer, 2015.Cote : NA.70 Thématique : Ethnologie | Art | MuséeGéographique : Amérique du Nord | Colombie britannique | Canada
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Introduction / Etges, Andreas --

"One history - two perspectives": a research project on culturally specific modes of representation of the 'exotic other' at the Pacific Northwest Coast / König, Viola --

The Berlin Boas Northwest Coast collection: a challenging vocabulary for cultural translation / Hatoum, Rainer --

The past, present and future: encounters with the Tlingit and Haida collection at the Ethnologische Museum Berlin / Brüderlin, Tina --

What the treaty means to us: museums and treaties in British Columbia / Black, Martha --

Inside out and outside in: contemporary art, traditional knowledge, and the ethnology museum / Duffek, Karen --

Aanischaaukamikw: a museum, a collection, and a community / Inglis, Stephen --

Contemporary Northwest Coast art: the canon and beyond / Jonaitis, Aldona --

Exhibiting Kesu’: the art and life of Doug Cranmer / Kramer, Jennifer --

The Northwest Coast art market: an overview from past to present / Wyatt, Gary.

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