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EL ANATSUI - October Gallery

EL ANATSUI - October Gallery

Detail from the work of El Anatsui at Kunstbanken/Hamar (Norway). Photo: Åse Margrethe Hansen

Detail from the work of El Anatsui at Kunstbanken/Hamar (Norway). Photo: Åse Margrethe Hansen

Between Earth and Heaven, 2006 | El Anatsui (Ghanaian, b. 1944)  | Aluminum, copper wire Metropolitan Museum of Art

Between Earth and Heaven, 2006 | El Anatsui (Ghanaian, b. 1944) | Aluminum, copper wire Metropolitan Museum of Art

Africa | Details of Adinkra Printing. Adinkra cloth was originally only used as a mourning cloth. Today it is also worn on other special occasions.  | © Boakye family, Ntonso-Ashanti, Ghana

Africa | Details of Adinkra Printing. Adinkra cloth was originally only used as a mourning cloth. Today it is also worn on other special occasions. | © Boakye family, Ntonso-Ashanti, Ghana

A detail of El Anatsui's "Blood of Sweat" included now in the Royal Academy of Arts' Summer Exhibition through August 16th (London, UK)

A detail of El Anatsui's "Blood of Sweat" included now in the Royal Academy of Arts' Summer Exhibition through August 16th (London, UK)

Oasis by El Anatsui, on view @ NCMA March 18-July 29 in "El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You about Africa"

Oasis by El Anatsui, on view @ NCMA March 18-July 29 in "El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You about Africa"

Africa | Bark cloth from the M'buti people of the Ituri Forest, DR Congo | Bark that has been pounded and painted | ca. 20th century.

Africa | Bark cloth from the M'buti people of the Ituri Forest, DR Congo | Bark that has been pounded and painted | ca. 20th century.

This is a fine early mat, Bakongo culture – DRC.Early 20th cent.Woven from flat strands of cane, rare mats like this would have decorated the royal household. The design dates to a early period & found only in the lower Congo.Ex private UK coll.Ref plate x1 ‘African Design’ Margret Trowell. 59 x 127cm - Gallery - Tribal Gathering London - Bryan Reeves Tribal Gathering London – Bryan Reeves

This is a fine early mat, Bakongo culture – DRC.Early 20th cent.Woven from flat strands of cane, rare mats like this would have decorated the royal household. The design dates to a early period & found only in the lower Congo.Ex private UK coll.Ref plate x1 ‘African Design’ Margret Trowell. 59 x 127cm - Gallery - Tribal Gathering London - Bryan Reeves Tribal Gathering London – Bryan Reeves

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