DISCOVER NOW – Hideki Iinuma, Edouard De’ Pazzi, Jolande de Bouvrie, Raoul Hausmann

Hideki Iinuma and a selection of photographs by Edouard de’Pazzi, Raoul Hausmann and Jolande De Bouvrie

“It Took a While to Find These Things” Part Two

Between February 22 and May 24, 2014 the OMC Gallery, 7561 Center Ave #32 will be presenting

A Selection of Objects and Sculptures by

Amador (Spain)
Willie Bester (South Africa)
Ivo Dekovic (Croatia)
Hideki Iinuma (Japan)
Shany van den Berg (South Africa)
Takakazu Takeuchi (Japan)
Purvis Young (USA)
and
Anonymous Artists from South Africa, Central Africa, Mali, New Guinea and India

The exhibition presents objects and sculptures, which either were made with the intention to be considered a piece of art and / or to deliver a very, by the individual artist, driven perspective of the subject matter. Others have been created by their authors as ‘tools’ to be used in ceremonies and rituals and therefore were designed with the intention to provide a common, generally understandable (at least within the tribe) visualization of natural existing and /or imaginary phenomena.

Examples of objects in the exhibition:

Anonymous Artist, (West Africa)                                                                          Tribal Nwantantay Plank Mask, Decor Burkina Faso

Anonymous Artist, (West Africa) Tribal Nwantantay Plank Mask, Decor Burkina Faso

Anonymous Artist (Ivory Coast/ West Africa)) Baule Tribe - Black/White/Red Moon

Anonymous Artist (Ivory Coast/ West Africa))
Baule Tribe – Black/White/Red Moon

Takakazu Takeuchi - Sleeping Heads

Takakazu Takeuchi – Sleeping Heads

Anonymous - Storyboard-South Africa

Anonymous – Storyboard – South Africa

Shany van den Berg (SA) - Examinations  (2000)

Shany van den Berg (SA) – Examinations (2000)

HIDEKI, Iinuma (Japan) L’Endre (2002) Wood Sculpture

HIDEKI, Iinuma (Japan)
L’Endre (2002)
Wood Sculpture

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