TERA Gallery - Africa and the World

"Altering The Way You View The World Of Art"
Cameron, Elisabeth Lynn.  Isn’t S/he a Doll?: Play and Ritual
in African Sculpture.  
Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Fowler
Museum of Cultural History, 1996.

Caraway, Caren.
 African Designs of Nigeria and the
Owins Mills, MD: Stemmer House Publishers,

Chemeche, George, John John, and John Picton.
   Ibeji: The
Cult of Yoruba Twins.  
Milan: 5 Continents, 2003.

Clarke, Duncan.
 African Art.  New York: Crecent Books,
Avenel, NJ, Random House Value, 1995.

Clarke, Duncan.  
African Hats and Jewelry.  Edison, NJ:
Chartwell Books, 1998.

Cole, Herbert.
 Icons: Ideals and Power in the Art of Africa.
Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Instituion National Museum
of African Art, 1989.

Connah, Graham.
 African Civilizations: Precolonial Cities and
States in Tropical Africa: An Archaeological Perspective.  
New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.

Conner, Michael and Martha Ehrlich.  
Cutting to the Essence
Shaping for the Fire.  
Peoria, IL:  Lakeview Museum of Arts &
Sciences, 1994.

Cornet, Joseph.  
Art from Zaïre: 100 Masterworks from the
National Collection  an Exhibition of trTditional Art from the
Institute of the National Museums of Zaïre.
 New York:
African-American Institute, 1975.

Courtney-Clack, Margaret.
 African Canvas: The Art of West
African Women.   New York: Rizzoli, 1990.

Courtney-Clack, Margaret.  Ndebele: The Art of An African
 New York: Rizzoli, 1986.

Coulson, David, and Alec Campbell.  
African Rock Art:
Paintings and Engravings On Stone.
 New York: Abrams,

Dagan, Esther A.  
African Dolls For Play and Magic/Poupées
Africaines Pour Jeux et Magie.   
Montréal: Galerie Amrad
African Arts, 1990.

Dagan, Esther A.
  Emotions in Motion:  Theatrical Puppets
and Masks From Black Africa.  
 Montréal: Galerie Amrad
African Arts, 1990.

Dagan, Esther A.  
Man at Rest = L'Homme Au Repos: : Stools,
Chairs, Thrones ,Foot-rests, Back-rests, Benches = Siéges et
meubles De Repo. Catalog for an exhibition held Jan. 10-Feb.
14, 1985, in collaboration with Galerie Amrad art Africain.
  Montréal, Québec: Centre Saidye Bronfman, 1985.

Dagan, Esther A.  When Art Shares Nature’s Gift:  The African
Montréal: Galerie Amrad African Arts, 1988.

Danto, Arthur Coleman.  
Art/artifact : African Art in
Anthropology Collections.
New York: Center for African Art;
Prestel Verlag, 1988.

David, Ann Rosalie.
Conversations With Mummies: New Light
on the Lives of Ancient Egyptians.
 New York : Morrow, 2000.

Davidson, Basil.  
A History of East and Central Africa to the
Late Nineteenth Century.
 New York:  DoubleDay/Anchor,

Davidson, Basil.  
The Lost Cities of Africa.  Boston: Little
Brown, 1959.

Davidson, Basil, et al.
 African Kingdoms.  New York: Time-
Life Books, Inc, 1966.

Davison, Patricia.  
Lobedu.  New York: Rosen Pub. Group,

Dewey, William J.
 Sleeping Beauties: The Jerome L. Joss
Collection of African Headrests at UCLA.   
 Los Angeles:
UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, 1993.

Dietz, Betty Warner, and Michael Babatunde Olatunji.
Instruments of Africa; Their Nature, Use, and Place in the Life
of a Deeply Musical People.  
New York: John Day Co., 1965.

DjeDje, Jacqueline C.  
Turn Up The Volume!:  A Celebration
of African Music.
 Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of
Cultural History, 1999.

Draper, Robert.  
Black Pharaohs:  An Ignored Chapter of
History Tells Of A Time When Kings From Deep in Africa
Conquered Ancient Egypt.  
National Geographic, February
2008:  34-58.

Drewal, Henry John, and John Mason, Pravina Shukla.
Beads, Body, and Soul: Art and Light in the Yorùbá Universe.
Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, 1998.

Driskell, David C.
The Other Side of Color : African American
Art in the Collection of Camille O. and William H. Cosby, Jr.

San Francisco: Pomegranate, 2001.

Duerden, Dennis.
 African Art : An Introduction.  London:
Hamlyn, 1974.  

Durant, Judith, and Jean Campbell.
 The New  Beader's
Colorado:  Interweave Press, 2005.