Spellbinding Beauty: Selections from the Lehmann African Art Collection

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Sun, Oct 3, 2010 through Tue, Nov 23, 2010

This exhibition of powerful sculptural objects and brilliantly colored textiles from the Lehmann African Art Collection is divided into three areas emphasizing devotional, honorary, and utilitarian objects to highlight a range of aspects of African culture. Monique Kerman, an instructor at Western who specializes in African Art, has selected powerful sculptural objects and brilliantly colored textiles from Hans and Thelma Lehmann's collection to highlight a range of aspects of African culture.

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