Traditional Sculpture from Upper Volta: An Exhibition of Objects from New York Museums and Private Collections The African-American Institute . - 42 pp. Photos with Artifacts in it. University Art Gallery. State University of New York at Binghamton. March 23 - Ap Art of the Upper Volta rivers by Christopher D. Roy, Françoise Chaffin starting at $ Art of the Upper Volta rivers has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. The Dogon of Mali and Upper Volta / Die Dogon Von Mali Und Ober-Volta by ROY, Christopher D. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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“Sculpture of Upper Volta,” with 40 examples drawn about half and half from private collections and the museum's own, is in no way a definitive show or even a cross section of the art of this region in the Western Sudan, a republic since . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roy, Christopher D. Art of the Upper Volta rivers. Meudon, France: A. et F. Chaffin, © (OCoLC) - Explore tibettenzin's board "Burkina Faso/Upper Volta", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about African art, African and Africa pins. Sory Sanlé: Volta Photo “Rich people, poor people, religious people, artists, musicians, everyone could become a hero at [Sanle’s] Volta studio.” —Florent Mazzoleni, The New York Times. Published by Steidl/The Art Institute of Chicago. Edited with text by Matthew S. Witkovsky. Text by Antawan Byrd, Florent Mazzoleni.