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Oceania at the Tropenmuseum

David van Duuren

Oceania at the Tropenmuseum

by David van Duuren

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Published by KIT Publishers in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Material culture,
  • Art,
  • Tropenmuseum (Amsterdam, Netherlands),
  • Ethnological collections,
  • Collectors and collecting,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid van Duuren ; Steven Vink ... [et al.].
    ContributionsVink, Steven
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN663 .D87 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination216 p. :
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24916518M
    ISBN 109068327526
    ISBN 109789068327526
    LC Control Number2010526314

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    Get this from a library! Curiosities from the Pacific Ocean: a remarkable rediscovery in the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam: thirteen ethnographic objects from the Bruny d'Entrecasteaux expedition (). [David van Duuren; Tristan Mostert; Tropenmuseum (Amsterdam, Netherlands)]. In the Tropenmuseum you can take a trip through the world and through time. Thousands of stories, splendid works of art and amazing objects bring a wide variety of cultures to life. Discover a world of art and culture in one of the most beautiful historical buildings of Amsterdam.

    Ethnographic Museum Artis (Dutch: Ethnographisch Museum Artis) was an ethnographic museum in Amsterdam, was situated at the Artis zoo.. History. The Amsterdam zoo and ethnographic museum were founded in by the Royal Zoological Society 'Natura Artis Magistra' (NAM). The Society focused on science in general and on presentation of the Dutch colonial territories in particular.   The Tropenmuseum does an excellent job of illustrating and explaining the immense blending process of cultural influence across the world. Although there is a clear focus on the connection between the Netherlands and in particular its former colonial territory, the scope of the exhibition does cover a vast portion of the globe.


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Oceania at the Tropenmuseum (Collections at the Tropenmuseum) [David van Duuren] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Oceania at the Tropenmuseum is not in the first place a book on art from Oceania, but rather a treatise on the coming into existence and growth of a well-known Oceanic collectionCited by: 1.

Beschrijving Description. Oceania at the Tropenmuseum is not in the first place a book on art form Oceania, but rather a treatise on the coming into existence and growth of a well-known Oceanic collection, which started at the beginning of the 20th century with the bringing together Oceania at the Tropenmuseum book the collection of the Colonial Museum in the Dutch provincial town of Haarlem and the ethnographic collection.

Oceania at the Tropenmuseum is not in the fi rst place a book on art from Oceania, but rather a treatise on the coming into existence and growth of a well-known Oceanic collection, which started. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

While titled Oceania at the Tropenmuseum, the predominant focus of this second volume is almost exclusively on neighbouring Dutch New Guinea, now the Indonesian province of Papua (Western New Guinea).

The preoccupation is forgivable given that the museum houses one of the most significant collections from this region in existence, and thus this Author: Natasha McKinney. The collection of the National Museum of World Cultures is a combination of the collections of the Tropenmuseum, Africa Museum, Museum Volkenkunde and Wereldmuseum.

The collection contains almostobjects andphotographic images that are part of the state or municipality collections, and another images of documentary value.

Oceania at the Tropenmuseum Oceania at the Tropenmuseum McKinney, Natasha Journal of the History of Collections () pp.

– Book Review Journal of the History of Collections () pp. – Abigail Harrison Moore, Fraud, Fakery and False which he readily admitted he knew nothing – is Business. The Tropenmuseum (English: Museum of the Tropics) is an ethnographic museum located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, founded in One of the largest museums in Amsterdam, the museum accommodates eight permanent exhibitions and an ongoing series of temporary exhibitions, including modern and traditional visual arts and photographic on: Linnaeusstraat 2, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The Tropenmuseum is an Anthropology museum in a fantastic historical building with a huge and beautiful Atrium. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund.

See all 10 Tropenmuseum tours on Tripadvisor/5(K). Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 49, likes talking about this 37, were here. Entree: Gratis voor kinderen onder 4 jaar, jaar 8 euro, 19 jaar en ouder euro/5(). Tropenmuseum, a museum about world cultures, located in one of the most beautiful museum buildings in Amsterdam.

Review: Oceania at the Tropenmuseum The most recent issue of the Journal of Museum Studies, published by theCollege of Liberal Studies at the University of Oklahoma includes a book review of Oceania at the Tropenmuseum. Oceania at the Tropenmuseum by David van Duuren, Steven Vink, Daan van Dartel, Hanneke Hollander, and Denise Frank (review) Article (PDF Available) in The Contemporary Pacific 26(1) According to Tripadvisor travellers, these are the best ways to experience Tropenmuseum: NEW: Evening Canal Cruise starting at Anne Frank House (From US$) I amsterdam Card - City Pass for Amsterdam (From US$) 1-Hour Luxury Canal Tour starting at Anne Frank House Amsterdam (From US$) Small Group Tour by Captain Jack 90 min/5(K).

Oceania at the Tropenmuseum. Recent studies have dramatically shortened the chronology of Lapita pottery production in Remote Oceania, allowing this easily identifiable, decorated ceramic ware. Discover the fascinating Tropenmuseum Amsterdam. The Tropenmuseum Amsterdam is located in the east part of the city, overlooking the Oosterpark, and near the Artis Royal Zoo and the famous open-air market ‘Dappermarkt’.

The Tropenmuseum was originally located in the city of Haarlem but was moved to its present location in Oceania at the Tropenmuseum, by David van Duuren, Steven Vink, Daan van Dartel, Hanneke Hollander, and Denise Frank.

Amsterdam: kit Pub-lishers, isbn ; pages, illustrations, photographs, endnotes, references, index. Cloth, us$ This volume is one in a series of cata-logs designed to showcase and docu. Knowles, Chantal () Review of: Oceania at the Tropenmuseum.

Journal of Pacific History, 48 (2). ISSN Full text not available from this repository. The Tropenmuseum Amsterdam houses ab textile objects that were collected over a period of years.

The majority of the objects were amassed during the time that Indonesia was a Dutch colony, the former Netherlands-Indies. This study presents the collection and the stories of the makers and users of the fabrics as well as those of 5/5(2).

The introduction of the great pustaha we are dealing with here was translated into Dutch by Father Promes in It proved to hold information of the priests who handed over the knowledge on magic. It contains the names of the priests, and the villages where they lived.

Book review: Oceania at the Tropenmuseum, by David van Duuren, Steven Vink, Daan van Dartel, Hanneke Hollander, and Denise FrankAuthor: Christopher Ballard.Book Review: Oceania at the Tropenmuseum by Dan C.

Swan Abstract. The book, Oceania at the Tropenmuseum, is reviewed by Dan C. Swan. The book presents a fascinating account on the origins of the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, one of .Housed in an impressive 19th century building, the Tropenmuseum is one of Europe’s leading ethnographic museums, with an impressive collection of objects and artifacts from around the world.

Divided in different sections, the permanent collection displays fascinating objects from Southeast Asia, Oceania, Africa and Latin America – from instruments to weapons, jewelry, textiles and much more.