By Ezra Kate
African Ivories is in lots of methods a collective attempt. with no the generosity, goodwill, and exuberance of the creditors of African paintings within the ny region this exhibition couldn't were learned. The cooperation and counsel of my colleagues Diana Fane on the Brooklyn Museum, Anne Spencer on the Newark Museum, and Enid Schildkrout and Evelyn Feld on the American Museum of common background are vastly liked, as are the various priceless feedback provided by way of Suzanne Preston Blier, Francesca Fleming, Clifford LaFontaine, Holly Ross, and Virginia-Lee Webb. i'm particularly thankful to Susan Vogel, who shared her wisdom of African artwork with me. eventually, I owe many because of Julie Jones and Douglas Newton for his or her suggestion and belief.
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