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  • Africa Where it All Begins

    X2007.6.1 Africa Where It All Begins

    X2007.6.1 Africa Where It All Begins

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    Object Name: Africa Where It All Begins

    Artist: Wosene Kosrof (b. 1950, lives and works in Berkeley, California)

    Place of Origin: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Date/Era: 2006

    Dimensions: Canvas, acrylic, wood

    Medium/Materials: 141 x 122 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X2007.6.1

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  • Versatility

    X2007.7.1 Versatility

    X2007.7.1 Versatility

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    Object Name: Versatility

    Artist: El Anatsui (b. 1944, Anyako, Ghana, lives and works in Nigeria, 1975 – present)

    Date/Era: 2006

    Dimensions: 497 x 375 cm

    Medium/Materials: Metal

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase with Funds Provided by the Jerome L. Joss Endowment Fund, Jay and Deborah Last, Barbara and Joseph Goldenberg, Dena and Louis Marienthal, and an Anonymous Donor.

    Accession Number: X2007.7.1

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  • Cotton Women's shoulder cloth (sayut)

    X2008.10.12 Woman’s shoulder cloth (sayut)

    X2008.10.12 Woman’s shoulder cloth (sayut)

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    Object Name: Woman’s shoulder cloth (sayut)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Javanese peoples

    Place of Origin: Gendong, Kerek, East Java, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Late 1970s

    Dimensions: 324 x 59 cm

    Medium/Materials: Cotton

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Rens Heringa Collection. Purchased with funds provided by the Fowler Museum Textile Council of Indonesian Art.

    Accession Number: X2008.10.12

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  • Silver and Onyx inlay Necklace

    X2008.15.7 Necklace

    X2008.15.7 Necklace

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    Object Name: Necklace

    Artist: Antonio Pineda (1919 – 2009)

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Date/Era: Circa 1953

    Dimensions: H: 22.1 cm

    Medium/Materials: Silver, onyx inlay

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Stuart and Cindy Hodosh.

    Accession Number: X2008.15.7

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  • Wood and pigment Commemorative stool

    X2009.21.1 Commemorative stool

    X2009.21.1 Commemorative stool

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    Object Name: Commemorative stool

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Akan peoples

    Place of Origin: Ghana

    Date/Era: 1957

    Medium/Materials: Wood, pigment

    Dimensions: H: 40 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Doran H. Ross.

    Accession Number: X2009.21.1

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  • Kneeling female figure

    X2010.16.110 Kneeling female figure

    X2010.16.110 Kneeling female figure

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    Object Name: Kneeling female figure

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Yombe peoples

    Place of Origin: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Date/Era: 18th-19th century

    Medium/Materials: Carved wood, traces of blood, traces of kaolin

    Dimensions: H: 114.3 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA; Gift of Barbara and Joseph Goldenberg.

    Accession Number: X2010.16.110

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  • Wood and pigment Door panel (amitung)

    X2010.16.168 Door panel (amitung)

    X2010.16.168 Door panel (amitung)

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    Object Name: Door panel (amitung)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Telefolmin peoples

    Place of Origin: West Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea

    Date/Era: 1900 – 1920

    Medium/Materials: Wood, pigment

    Dimensions: H: 275 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Goldenberg Family Trust.

    Accession Number: X2010.16.168

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  • Songye Hermaphrodite figure

    X2010.16.57 Hermaphrodite figure

    X2010.16.57 Hermaphrodite figure

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    Object Name: Hermaphrodite figure

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Songye peoples

    Place of Origin: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Date/Era: Late 19th to early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Carved wood, horn, glass beads, shell, copper alloys, iron, plant fiber

    Dimensions: H: 29.5 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Barbara and Joseph Goldenberg.

    Accession Number: X2010.16.57

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  • Ibeji

    X2010.23.1 Ibeji

    X2010.23.1 Ibeji

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    Object Name: Ibeji

    Artist: Sokari Douglas Camp (b.1958, Buguma, Nigeria; lives and works in England)

    Place of Origin: Nigeria

    Date/Era: 1989

    Medium/Materials: Steel, copper

    Dimensions: H: 30.5 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Doran H. Ross.

    Accession Number: X2010.23.1

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  • The Forbidden Tree of Lawe's Parotia, Ömie Mountains, and Beaks of Blyth's hornbill (Mairi'e keke 'oho' darohu'e, buboriano'e)

    X2011.11.1 The Forbidden Tree of Lawe’s Parotia

    X2011.11.1 The Forbidden Tree of Lawe’s Parotia

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    Object Name: The Forbidden Tree of Lawe’s Parotia, Ömie Mountains, and Beaks of Blyth’s hornbill (Mairi’e jeje ‘oho’ darohu’e, buboriano’e)

    Artist: Ivy-Rose Sirimi (b. 1974)

    Culture: Ömie peoples

    Place of Origin: Duharenu Village, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea

    Date/Era: 2009

    Dimensions: 153 x 77 cm

    Medium/Materials: Bark fiber, natural pigment

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Purchased by the Fowler Textile Council.

    Accession Number: X2011.11.1

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  • Cotton and Indigo Royal display cloth

    X2011.32.1 Royal display cloth

    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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  • Silver, turquoise, and leather Belt

    X2011.6.4 Belt

    X2011.6.4 Belt

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    Object Name: Belt

    Artist: Helen Long (active circa 1920s, Navajo) and Philip Long (active circa 1940s, Navajo)

    Date/Era: Mid-20th century

    Dimensions: L: 110.5 cm

    Medium/Materials: Silver, turquoise, leather

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Lynn K. Altman.

    Accession Number: X2011.6.4

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