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Riassunto: During their colonial rule over Indonesia, the Dutch collected art objects. For each object they exported to The Netherlands they had to leave a similar object in Indonesian care. In most cases the best quality objects remained in Indonesia. Thus a collection was built that consists of two complementary parts.
This book describes the history of this collection and provides a unique insight into the way colonial powers collected art and at the same time tried to be just. In December 2005, the two halves of the collection were displayed together for the first time ever in De Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam. This book marks that historic occasion.
The Dutch and Indonesian collections are the top two Indonesian Art collections in the world. This book shows the highlights of both these collections in relation to each other. All objects were photographed especially for this book; many of the objects are unique and have never been photographed before.
Endang Sri Hardiati is a curator at the Museum Nasional Indonesia (MNI).
Pieter Ter Keurs is curator at the Royal Ethnological Museum in Leiden (RMV).
Titolo: Indonesia: Discovery of the Past
Casa editrice: KIT Publishers
Data di pubblicazione: 2006
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro KIT Publishers, 2006. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 9068324942