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Iriabo [Woman] and Child press photograph

Photograph relating to a film, 1990
Published by: National Museum of African Art
Year published: 1990
Unpaginated.

image of Iriabo [Woman] and Child press photograph

Monochrome press photograph, in standard 10 x 8 portrait format, of Iriabo [Woman] and Child, 1987, by Sokari Douglas Camp. The following text runs along the foot of the photograph:

“Smithsonian World celebrates the excitement and diversity of Africa’s bounty in NIGERIAN ART - KINDRED SPIRITS, premiering Wednesday, May  2 at 8 p.m. (ET; check local listings) on PBS. Sculptor Sokari Douglas Camp -- creator of “Iriabo [Woman] and Child” (1987) (above) -- is one of many artists featured whose work is reshaping Western expectations of African art. A co-production of WETA, Washinbgton, D.C. and the Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian World is underwritten by Southwestern Bell Corporation, public television stations and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. (Photo credit: J. Ploskonka, National Museum of African Art)”

Related people

»  Sokari Douglas Camp CBE

Born, 1958 in Buguma, Nigeria