Arturon y Antonio, únicos klóketen (jóvenes iniciados) de la ceremonia del Hain. Foto de Martin Gusinde, 1923. Pueblo aborigen de la Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego

Arturon y Antonio, únicos klóketen (jóvenes iniciados) de la ceremonia del Hain. Foto de Martin Gusinde, 1923. Pueblo aborigen de la Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego

Figure: Male Attendant Date: 18th century Geography: Nigeria, Court of Benin Culture: Edo peoples Medium: Bronze, copper

Figure: Male Attendant Date: 18th century Geography: Nigeria, Court of Benin Culture: Edo peoples Medium: Bronze, copper

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Head of an Oba  Date:     19th century Geography:     Nigeria, Court of Benin Culture:     Edo peoples Medium:     Brass, iron

Head of an Oba Date: 19th century Geography: Nigeria, Court of Benin Culture: Edo peoples Medium: Brass, iron

Hip Ornament with Human Face (Uhunmwun-ekue).      Culture: Edo.     Medium: Copper alloy, iron.     Place Made: Benin, Edo State, Nigeria.     Dates: 18th century (possibly).     Brooklyn Museum.

Hip Ornament with Human Face (Uhunmwun-ekue). Culture: Edo. Medium: Copper alloy, iron. Place Made: Benin, Edo State, Nigeria. Dates: 18th century (possibly). Brooklyn Museum.

Aegis Pendant, 15th–19th century  Nigeria; Benin, Udo (?)  Brass   This semicircular ornament was likely the property of a provincial chief allied to the Benin kingdom, in what is today southern Nigeria. As the Benin kingdom expanded its territory, it disseminated its courtly traditions among the ethnically diverse peoples who were incorporated into its political structure. Regional rulers frequently appropriated and reconfigured Benin's symbols of power for their own use at the local level.

Aegis Pendant, 15th–19th century Nigeria; Benin, Udo (?) Brass This semicircular ornament was likely the property of a provincial chief allied to the Benin kingdom, in what is today southern Nigeria. As the Benin kingdom expanded its territory, it disseminated its courtly traditions among the ethnically diverse peoples who were incorporated into its political structure. Regional rulers frequently appropriated and reconfigured Benin's symbols of power for their own use at the local level.

Selk´nam People - Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde.

Selk´nam People - Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde.

Hip Ornament: Face  Date:16th–19th century  Geography:Nigeria, Court of Benin  Culture:Edo peoples  Medium:Brass, iron  Dimensions:Height 7-1/2 in.

Hip Ornament: Face Date:16th–19th century Geography:Nigeria, Court of Benin Culture:Edo peoples Medium:Brass, iron Dimensions:Height 7-1/2 in.

Los Selknam, habitantes de Tierra de Fuego, durante sus ritos de iniciación a la vida adulta pintaban sus cuerpos y cubrían su cabeza con corteza de árboles.

Los Selknam, habitantes de Tierra de Fuego, durante sus ritos de iniciación a la vida adulta pintaban sus cuerpos y cubrían su cabeza con corteza de árboles.

Ancestor Figure (Ekpu), 18th–19th century  Nigeria, Calabar Province; Ibibio peoples, Oron group  Wood  H. 27 1/2 in. (69.9 cm)

Ancestor Figure (Ekpu), 18th–19th century Nigeria, Calabar Province; Ibibio peoples, Oron group Wood H. 27 1/2 in. (69.9 cm)

Diviner's Figure | 19th–mid-20th century | Central Côte d'Ivoire, Baule peoples | Wood, pigment, beads, iron

Diviner's Figure | 19th–mid-20th century | Central Côte d'Ivoire, Baule peoples | Wood, pigment, beads, iron

The most comprehensive exhibition of Chris Ofili's work to date, featuring over 40 paintings as well as pencil drawings and watercolours, is to go on display at the Tate Britain from 27 January 2010

Chris Ofili at Tate Britain

The most comprehensive exhibition of Chris Ofili's work to date, featuring over 40 paintings as well as pencil drawings and watercolours, is to go on display at the Tate Britain from 27 January 2010

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