New Guinea Art Since 1875

On April 28, 2007, the de Young hosted the ground-breaking, day-long symposium New Guinea Art Since 1875, which addressed topics in contemporary art in Papua New Guinea. Please click on the thumbnails below to watch an individual presentation.

New Guinea Art Since 1875: de Young, April 28, 2007
New Guinea Art Since 1875: April 28, 2007
New Guinea Art Since 1875: John Buchanan
New Guinea Art Since 1875: John Buchanan Welcome
New Guinea Art Since 1875: Ambassador Evan Paki
New Guinea Art Since 1875: Ambassador Evan Paki Opening Remarks
Visual Expression in New Guinea Since 1875: The Jolika Collection in Context
Visual Expression in New Guinea Since 1875: The Jolika Collection in Context by Christina Hellmich
IL IAMB NAI? POMBRAL MOLGA KUNDUL AL? WHO IS THIS PERSON? BLACK OR WHITE?
IL IAMB NAI? POMBRAL MOLGA KUNDUL AL? WHO IS THIS PERSON? BLACK OR WHITE? by Michael Mel
Contested Transformations in the Institutionalization of Contemporary Papua New Guinea Art-making
Contested Transformations in the Institutionalization of Contemporary Papua New Guinea Art-making: From Creative Arts Centre to National Arts School to Faculty Creative Arts (1972-1990) by Pamela Rosi
Collections at the National Museum and Art Gallery, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Collections at the National Museum and Art Gallery, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea by Asi Sando
From Migu No. 1 Village: Mathias Kauage Artis, Papua New Guinea, 1969-2003
From Migu No. 1 Village: Mathias Kauage Artist, Papua New Guinea, 1969-2003 by Rebecka Hossack
New Guinea Art Since 1875: Credit (Afternoon Section)
New Guinea Art Since 1875: Credit (Afternoon Section)
The Indigenous Curation of Contemporary Art in Papua New Guinea: The Chimbu Painters of Port Moresby
The Indigenous Curation of Contemporary Art in Papua New Guinea: The Chimbu Painters of Port Moresby by Robert Welsch

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