restricted access   Number 2, Spring/Summer 1995

Table of Contents

From the Editor

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and occasionally a floating white boy

pp. 8-11

Uzo Egonu: A Discourse of Reversals

pp. 12-17

Apparent signatures: Vivienne Koorland Remaps Postmodernism

pp. 18-23

Ouattara: Beyond Shamanism

pp. 24-29

The Modernist Experience in African Art: Visual Expressions of the Self and Cross-Cultural Aesthetics

pp. 30-74

African American Artists on Issues of Museums and Representation of African American Art

pp. 34-41 One "Woodstack" Project For Nka

pp. 42-43

The Inverted Sign: Rereading Frédéric Bruly Bouabré

pp. 44-49

This Exhibition Was Made Possible by... (A Note on Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art)

pp. 50-52

When the Spirit is Dead

pp. 53-57

Amir Nour and Mohammad Omer Khalil: The National Museum of African Art, Washington, DC November 16-February 26, 1995

pp. 58-61

Emmanuel Jegede: Joy of the Living Race October Gallery, London November 17-Decmeber 17, 1994

pp. 62-63

Works in Black and White (review)

pp. 67-68

Grids & Circles (review)

pp. 68-69

A Salute to the Withered Rose (review)

pp. 69-70

Critical Interventions:Beyond Abjection (review)

pp. 70-71


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