Meditations on African Art: Color (Baltimore Museum of Art)
- Meditations on African Art: ColorApril 18August 19, 2007Baltimore Museum of Art (http://artbma.org/index.html)Free exhibition"The second in a three-part series exploring light, color, and pattern in the BMAs distinguished collection of African art, Meditations on African Art: Color is the first exhibition of its kind to explore the symbolism of the African color trinity of red, black, and white. The exhibition showcases 30 rarely seen masks from the BMAs collection, grouped by color on the gallery walls along with a display of tri-color masks in the center of the gallery, and a site-specific installation by Tunisian-born Swiss artist Fatma Charfi."
This exhibition is curated by Karen Milbourne, BMA Associate Curator of the Arts of Africa, Asia, the Americas & Pacific Islands.
The Meditations series is generously sponsored by Polk Audio, Matthew Polk and Amy Gould.Below is a link to an article that was published in a Baltimore newspaper over the weekend about the new exhibition:http://media.www.thetowerlight.com/media/storage/paper957/news/2007/04/23/Arts/Color.Is.Focus.Of.African.Art.As.One.Of.Three.Parts-2872864.shtmlThe first part of this exhibition was:Meditations on African Art: LightInformation about the previous exhibition can be found in the link below:Cheers!RAND