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West African power associations are responsible for an array of arts, including masks, sculptures, and performances. The arts of kómó and kónó , two predominantly male institutions, have captured the attention of museum audiences in Europe and the United States. Communities across western West Africa support the two organizations and many others, including several belonging to women.
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Pour chaque histoire, découvrez des jeux, des enquêtes, un lexique et de nombreuses pistes pédagogiques... Les Petites Histoires de l’Art Sylvie Léonard
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Today Arthistory.CC has a very large Gallery, which contain all the big painters artwork, their history, their biographies and information about their paintings. Arthistory.CC also has a Timeline, where you can explore the history of art in a very educational and interesting way. There are also an Art-dictionary and finally a search-engine for all pages. Totally, can you review 1800 works of art. Make your selecion above!
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Editorial : La Tribune de l’Art se transforme La Tribune de l’Art aura dix ans exactement dans quelques jours. Le développement qu’elle a connu depuis ses débuts nous pousse à aller toujours de l’avant et à ne pas rester sur nos acquis. Or, j’ai été approché il y a peu par une grande compagnie française, leader (...) Lire la suite par Didier Rykner 01/04/2013 Expositions : Antoine Watteau, la leçon de musique
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