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Museum of Mankind

London, United Kingdom

The Museum of Mankind existed between 1970 and 1997, and was a branch of the British Museum, located in Mayfair. Decidedly ethnographic and anthropological in its remit, it mounted exhibitions and delivered a programme accordingly. Its senior personnel were anthropologists and archaeologists, and the museum’s emphasis was very much on objects from Africa, Oceania, the Americas and Asia.

In 1995, the Museum of Mankind was the venue for Play and Display: Steel Masquerades from Top to Toe, an exhibition of Sculpture by Sokari Douglas Camp. 

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1995

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»  Sokari Douglas Camp CBE

Born, 1958 in Buguma, Nigeria