Object Name: Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a mythical lion (singha)
Culture: Balinese peoples
Place of Origin: Bali, Indonesia
Date/Era: 19th century
Medium/Materials: Iron, gold, quartz
Dimensions: L: 21.2 cm, W: 9.6 cm, H: 3.0 cm (L: 8.3 in, W: 3.7 in, H: 1.1 in)
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg.
Accession Number: X95.38.177
Object Name: Shirt and pants
Culture: Bagobo peoples
Place of Origin: Mindanao, Philippines
Date/Era: 19th to early 20th century
Medium/Materials: Abaca fiber, natural dyes
Dimensions: L (pants): 71 cm; W (shirt): 110 cm
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA.
Accession Number: X2002.22.19ab
Object Name: El Arbol de la Muerte: Maquilando Mujeres (The Tree of Death: Factory Women)
Artist: Veronica Castillo Hernández (b. 1967, Izúcar de Matamoros, Puebla, Mexico; lives and works in San Antonio, Texas, United States)
Place of Origin: San Antonio, Texas, United States
Dimensions: H: 87.0 cm, W: 70.0 cm, D: 29.0 cm (H: 34.3 in, W: 27.6 in, D: 11.4 in)
Medium/Materials: Ceramic, paint, wire
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Thomas Wortham.
Accession Number: X2004.20.1
Object Name: Aids Is a Killer
Artist: Kwame Akoto, a.k.a. Almighty God Art Works (b. 1950)
Place of Origin: Ghana
Dimensions: 121.2 x 75.6 cm
Medium/Materials: Paint, board
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Doran H. Ross.
Accession Number: X2007.12.10
Object Name: Likishi mask (pwevo)
Culture: Mbunda peoples
Place of Origin: Zambia
Date/Era: 20th century
Dimensions: H: 23 cm
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase with funds provided by Jay T. Last.
Accession Number: X2002.33.6