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  • X2010.17.4 Séisme (Earthquake)

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    Evelyne Alcide (b. 1969, Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
    Séisme (Earthquake), 2010
    Beads, fabric
    Fowler Museum at UCLA, X2010.17.4; Museum Purchase, the Jerome L. Joss Endowment Fund

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  • X2011.32.1 Royal display cloth

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    Object Name: Royal display cloth

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Hausa peoples [Abakwariga]

    Place of Origin: Wukari, Nigeria

    Date/Era: Mid-20th century

    Medium/Materials: Cotton, indigo

    Dimensions: 456 x 156 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Harold Bergsma.

    Accession Number: X2011.32.1

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  • X2011.8.1 Embroidered textile

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    Object Name: Embroidered textile

    Artist: Elsie Maluleke, Mapula Embroidery Project

    Place of Origin: Winterveldt, Gauteng, South Africa

    Date/Era: 1990s

    Dimensions: 88.8 x 126.9 cm

    Medium/Materials: Cotton, acrylic, thread

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of William H. Worger and Nancy L. Clark.

    Accession Number: X2011.8.1

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  • X2013.35.1 Haiti madi 12 janvye 2010 (Haiti, Tuesday, January 12, 2010)

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    Object Name: Haiti madi 12 janvye 2010 (Haiti, Tuesday, January 12, 2010)

    Artist: Myrlande Constant (b. 1968)

    Place of Origin: Port-au-Prince, Haiti

    Date/Era: 2012

    Dimensions: 239 x 249 cm

    Medium/Materials: Fabric, beads, sequins

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase with funds provided by the Fay Bettye Green Fund to Commission New Work, Jerome Joss Endowment Fund, Shirly and Ralph Shapiro Fund in memory of Ethel Berns, and Charles and Carolyn Knobler.

    Accession Number: X2013.35.1

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  • X425.6 Chief’s hat

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    Object Name: Chief’s hat (botolo)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Ekonda peoples

    Place of Origin: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Date/Era: Early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Plant fiber, brass, fur, fiber cord

    Dimensions: H: 45 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X425.6

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  • X61.1 Geringsing Wayang cloth

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    Geringsing Wayang cloth
    Tenganan peoples, Bali, Indonesia
    Early to mid-20th century
    Cotton, red dye (Morinda citrifolia), blue-black dye (indigo)
    63.5 x 241 cm
    Fowler Museum at ucla X61.1, The Katharane Mershon Collection of Indonesian Art

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  • X61.61 Throne train

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    Object Name: Throne train

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Balinese peoples

    Place of Origin: Singaraja, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Probably early 20th century

    Dimensions: 546 x 74 cm

    Medium/Materials: Silk, metallic thread

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Katharane Mershon Collection of Indonesian Art.

    Accession Number: X61.61

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  • X61.77, X61.78 Rambut Sedana figures

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    Object Name: Rambut Sedana figures

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Balinese peoples

    Place of Origin: Bali, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Early to mid-20th century

    Dimensions: H: 45 cm

    Medium/Materials: Fiber, coin, paint, metal, wood, textile

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Katharane Mershon Collection of Indonesian Art.

    Accession Number: X61.77, X61.78

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  • X64.86 Beaded headdress for elephant mask

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    Beaded headdress for elephant mask
    Bamileke peoples, Cameroon
    Before 1880
    Fiber, textile, beads, wood
    H: 47.00 cm (18.5 in), W: 43.50 cm (17.1 in), D: 46.00 cm (18.1 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. William Lloyd Davis. X64.86

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  • X65.10283 Cloak

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    Cloak
    Maori peoples, Aotearoa, New Zealand
    probably 1880-1910
    Harakeke, feathers; double-pair weft twining
    L: 100 cm; W: 140 cm; D: 7.5 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA X65.10283; Gift of the Wellcome Trust

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  • X65.11856 Woman’s sash

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    Woman’s sash (mama chumpi?)
    Inca culture, highland tradition, likely preserved on the south coast of Peru
    Inca Period, 1438-1532
    Camelid-hair (Z-spun, S-plied) warp and weft; warp-faced plain weave with warp-float patterning; added twisted ties
    257 x 13 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X65.11856.

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  • X65.11861 Textile panel with corner design

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    Textile panel with corner design
    Nasca/Wari culture, south coast of Peru
    Circa 700-900 C.E.
    Cotton, natural and indigo-dyed; plain weave with weft-float patterning
    127 x 47 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X65.11861.

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