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Ciwara mask, Bambara, Mali
Ciwara mask, Bambara, Mali
€ 25,000.00

The Yoruba


The term Yoruba describes both a language and a tribe living between Nigeria and the Republic of Benin, in an area covered by forests and savannah. Their history can be traced from the beginning of our millennium, with the civilization of Ife. Following the collapse of the kingdom of Ife kingdom of a number such as Oyo and Ijebu emerged, they in turn disintegrated during the 18th and 19th, but were revived by the colonial powers, to the end of the 19th. Today they are still the basis of the Yoruba political structure. The slave trade touched heavily Yoruba people of Nigeria and he contributed to their diaspora and the release of their rites and beliefs.


The Yoruba are prolific craftsmen, most Yoruba art objects dating from between the late 19 th and the middle of this century, and can sometimes be attributed to known artists by their names, which is an exception in African art.


During the XVI, the Ijebu kingdom, ruled areas near the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. copper imported by sailors, was traded by the Portuguese Ijebu and many bronze objects were created by their artists. These objects reflect the influence of their neighbors, the Kingdom of Benin. Nevertheless, their bells and bracelets scepters are usually decorated with figures, half human, half animal with eyes bulging and curved scars on his forehead.

The empire of Oyo between the XVII and XIX was located in the northern territories or peoples

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The Luba


The Luba Empire was founded in 1585, in the depression of the Upemba by King Kongholo, his nephew and successor Llunga Kalala, enlarges rapidly until the kingdom territory on the left bank of the River Lualaba. At the height of the kingdom more than a million people live in tribes, various paid tribute to King Luba. At the end of XIX with DVANCED Ovimbudu of Angola and the raids of slave traders Islamic empire s'affiblit and collapsed when the Belgian colonists arrived.

The economy lm'empire Luba came from payment of tribute and redistribution of resources from agriculture, fishing and hunting, and mining.

Luba artists have created many objects related to the activity of the court, the prestige objects were usually decorated with female figures everywhere in Luba art. Because of the huge area covered by the empire there are wide variations in the corpus stylistic art Luba.


Masks:


Luba masks rare, are found mainly in the eastern part of the empire. One type of mask Luba, very similar to the masks of kifwebe Songye but has more rounded features. There are very few zoomorphic masks.


Statues:


Luba artists have sculpted female statues standing or kneeling Mboko called, cleverly taking a cut, and who served during the ceremonies of divination. The statues stand uncommon, and probably representing the forest spirits or ancestors are covered with a

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Image Songye people

Linguistically, the Songye form part of the Luba, world, itself part of the Bantu group. Indeed there is a century old inter relation between the Songye and Luba, and they therefore share many cultural traits. Some art forms are part of this, shared heritage, according to the oral tradition the founding chieftains of the first luba kingdom, were of songye origins, and it is the Songye who introduced the idea of social stratification to the Luba and consequently the first luba chieftains are said to be of Songye Ancestry.

 

ENVIRONMENT

The Songye used to live in a forest environment till the end of the first half of the second millennium. Slowly their habitat became more savannah-like. We can still find traces of this former forest habitat in some of the art they produce. For example the costume worn with the Kifwebe mask must be entirely made from products originating in the forest from such as bark, pelts fibers etc. Today the Songye mainly live in the savannah but pockets of forest remain in their territory.

The Songye occupy a very large area in the north of the southeastern quadrant of the republic democratic of Congo.

Due to the vastness of the songye territory, it is obvious that regional stylistic, iconic and typological, exist in the ritual art produced. Some of these are the result of cross influences with their immediate neighbors.

 

NEIGHBORS

To the North of the Songye territory, live the Sungu, Tetela, the western Kusu. In the northwest we will find a few luba chiefdoms. To the west the Luntu, Luba – kassaï Kete and Binji peoples resides; one can even find pockets of Chokwe people in the southwest of Songye territory. To the south of the Songye we find a variety of luba speacking, polities, the same is true, for eastern frontier where in addition to the eastern kusu, we find Luba, Hemba, Kunda, Lumbu and Buyu people. Judging from their

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Image mossi
The Mossi


The first Mossi empire was founded during the fifteenth, by invaders from northern Ghana, today the Mossi are the largest tribe in Burkina Faso. The number of two million, they are the only people in the region to have a centralized government, headed by former Zaksoba.

Mossi sculptors are known for their polychrome masks that are worn during festivals, and to keep the crops. These masks that fulfill a function as totem, are carefully guarded when not worn, and their libations are offered in exchange for their protection and assistance.

Three different types of masks can be identified: they seem to correspond to different indigenous peoples living in this region prior to the invasion Mossi XV. The first type is found mostly in the western part of the Mossi, and includes masks decorated with small statues, animal or stylized face. The second type is included in the semicircular masks painted in white and representing positive spirits associated with the savanna. The third type of Mossi mask, called Karanga, is found mostly in the northern part of the country. It has a stylish rounded face topped by a large plate, a totemic animal or a human statue symbolizing an important ancestor. The statues are
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Image Gouro

Guro


Living among the Baule and Yaure west, the Malinke north and south wé and Bete. The Guro live in an area covered by savannah and forest. They migrated from the north during the XVI and is now number two hundred thousand, they were called but when Kweni were colonized between 1906 and 1912 the French invaders, gave them the name of Guro. Guro villages consist of round houses in the north and rectangular in the south. Each village is governed by a council of elders, representing each family, and secret societies. The Guru mainly grow cotton, rice, coffee and cocoa, men and women involved clearing plantations.

The Guro Art is an art and elegant masks consists mainly of elongated figures with a concave profile and almond eyes.


Masks:


Different types of masks can be noticed. In the western part of the country Guro masks have a pointed chin, a protruding mouth, almond-shaped eyes bulging and a high forehead sometimes decorated with scarification. They have an apotropaic function but are also worn by executioners during executions.

The southern style is influenced by that of the neighboring tribe, the Bete. Their masks are identifiable, thanks to their more naturalistic features, their scars on his forehead, triangular noses and eyes surrounded by incised scarification, they are sometimes called masks Guro-Bete

Another type of mask found in this region, has a bulging forehead, a snub nose

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Image baga

45000 Baga, live along the coast of Guinea Bissau in villages divided into two and four districts, themselves subdivided into 5 and 6 clans. According to tradition each village is headed by the oldest members of each clan were meeting in secret. Nowadays this system has been replaced by a mayor elected from each village.

The Baga worship a single god called Kanu assisted by a male spirit, Somtup, and a female spirit-A bowl. A spirit often represented by a snake, watch over the lower ranks of society to-Lom responsible for initiation rites.

The first sculptures Baga appeared in the West during the 50s, the impact of Islamization, and the abandonment of traditional rites and beliefs, the Western traders allowed to export the masks and headdresses Baga statues. Nowadays Baga trying to restore their culture with the help of their elders, they recreate ceremonies and celebrations that punctuated their traditional life.

Masks:

The mask is the most famous Baga Nimba called, is a mask shoulder supported by four pillars, it has large breasts, a large head with semi-circular ears, a chin and a pointy nose. He appeared at weddings, births, ceremonies related to crops and more generally in the ceremonies connected with joyful events. Two styles of Nimba masks have been identified, the first best known in the West has a concave face, whereas the second has a convex face.

The crest known as: Ziringen Wonde, was worn by dancers during ceremonies marking the end of the periods of initiation of girls,

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Lobi

The tribes living in Burkina Faso, Ghana and Togo, live the culture of millet, cotton and occasionally livestock in the northern parts of the region. religious activities are dictated by the seasons. For example, during the dry season, when crops were made for festivals and ceremonies are held.

LOBI:
the two hundred and fifty miles Lobi, inhabit a territory spanning 3 countries, Burkina Faso, Ghana and Ivory Coast, they revere the spirits called Thil who are honored on altars built according to the instructions of the sorcerers. Generally located on the roof or inside houses. These altars are filled with objects such as crockery, iron statues of abstract form, and statues of wood or stone known as the Batebi supposed to incarnate the spirits Thil. Batebi Lobi statues measure between 5 and 60 cm have legs slightly bent and a big head hair smooth or fluted Batebi two categories can be distinguished. the first includes Batebi apotropaic, known as the Batebi dutundora which typically measure 60cm in height, and whose main characteristic is a ferocious expression, showing their ability to chase the evil forces.
The second type of Batebi embodies Thil spirits, and includes statues of wood or clay, in various positions, each corresponding to a specific Thil.
For example, the statue with outstretched arms, or raised arms symbolizes a dangerous Thil, while couples in sexual positions or statues of motherhood are supposed to embody a spirit thil who

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The Senufo

scattered between the Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso, Mali, one million five hundred thousand Senufo, live off agriculture and occasional hunting. they live in villages ruled by councils of elders, who elect a leader. cohesion of the tribe is reinforced by the Poro society initiates, and educates the Senufo men from lâge 7 years. Senufo theology based on the presence of a powerful god, Koulotiolo, and a mother goddess Katielo, which through the rites of the Poro society ruled over the world.
The Senufo art is one of the first to have been admired by Westerners, their artistic production is abundant, and their statues and masks are characterized by a mixture of realistic detail, allied to pure geometric forms. playing on the empty and full.

Masks:

the Senufo, use different types of masks, according to the occasion. mask called Kpéliyée used by members of the Poro society has a heart shaped face surrounded by fins. mask helmet représentatnt janiforme a buffalo head is used for funerals and in times of crisis. its main function is to destroy the evil spirits, his power comes from a small cup placed on top of his skull containing magical substances. sometimes for dancing sparks out of his mouth that earned him the name "fire-eater." another type of helmet mask, a buffalo head, under a pair of antelope horns, are used primarily during initiation ceremonies poro.
Senufo artists have created three types of crest, the first

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Image SENOUFO

AFRICA COLORS

exhibition from September 30 to December 6, 2010

This new exhibition offers a unique ethnic landscape through the theme of color in African art. Masks of War Dan masks Ibibio of Nigeria, Armand Auxiètre,

Gallery director "The eye and hand" presents a selection

representative works of customs or practices of these civilizations:

Pure and simple, the colors are chosen by the artists

to evoke in turn respect for ancestors, virility new initiates, death ... Gallery Eye and the Hand invite you to discover the symbolic

* Mask Anang, Language Arts Ibidio, Nigeria, XX, Wood and pigments.

According Fagg this hairstyle could mimic that of the wives of missionaries. This mask was probably made in the years 20/30 by famous sculptor Akpan Chukwu death in the early 50 or by one of his disciples.

Some features like the nose rounded chin bulging contours clearly defined eyes and lips that speak for attribution. Mask probably the same time and same sculptor is the Musée Barbier Muller.

Opening Thursday, September 30, 2010, from 6:30 p.m.

Art Gallery of eye and hand

41 rue de Verneuil

75007 Paris

contact@agalom.com

www.african-paris.com

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Image Africa colors

AFRICA COLORS

exhibition from September 30 to December 6, 2010

This new exhibition offers a unique ethnic landscape through the theme of color in African art. Masks of War Dan masks Ibibio of Nigeria, Armand Auxiètre,

Gallery director "The eye and hand" presents a selection

representative works of customs or practices of these civilizations:

Pure and simple, the colors are chosen by the artists

to evoke in turn respect for ancestors, virility new initiates, death ... Gallery Eye and the Hand invite you to discover the symbolic

* Mask Anang, Language Arts Ibidio, Nigeria, XX, Wood and pigments.

According Fagg this hairstyle could mimic that of the wives of missionaries. This mask was probably made in the years 20/30 by famous sculptor Akpan Chukwu death in the early 50 or by one of his disciples.

Some features like the nose rounded chin bulging contours clearly defined eyes and lips that speak for attribution. Mask probably the same time and same sculptor is the Musée Barbier Muller.

Opening Thursday, September 30, 2010, from 6:30 p.m.

Art Gallery of eye and hand

41 rue de Verneuil

75007 Paris

contact@agalom.com

www.african-paris.com

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Image yaka

Arts of Africa first Black Arts Spring 1981 No. 77
When we examine the significance of an African mask, we do not seek to know what the "message" it provides, by virtue of some essential notion of disguise and by his presence, but rather what kind of continuum it belongs. The masks are at the confluence of pictorial traditions, oral and functional none appears (under secular unable to recognize the subjects and even less discernible. The understanding of pictorial code used requires not only a review but a review of developed components as needed through the original context. Let us offer an example of the image with respect to the buffalo in the region of Zaire Kwango-Kwilu South West (1).
Synceros caffer, the largest of African cattle is a massive animal, black, cropped hair, measuring 1.50 m at the shoulder and weighing nearly a ton (900 kg.) (Fig. 1). Its heavy horns have a spacing of one meter, are curved downward and inward and form large lumps to their bases. This animal, originally occupied the central, eastern and southern Africa, frequenting the open plains, open woods and river beds and marshes bordered by reeds. Commonly preview herds of a dozen to a hundred heads, he used to graze and graze the early morning and again at dusk, seeking shade during the hottest hours but sometimes moving at night . Females do not carry a calf for about eleven months.

Considered peaceful, was injured when he can become, for hunters, the most dangerous animal of any big game on the continent (Fig. 2). He is known for his

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Image Pavillon de l'union africaine
A l’accès du pavillon, on voit une sculpture africaine primitive colossale et des mots gravés qui fait un contraste avec une maquette de la Terre scintillante; cette image représente le rôle important de l’Union africaine dans la protection environnementale et la coordination des affaires internationales. L’exposition porte sur les transports, les installations, les écoles, les hôpitaux, les parcs nationaux, les projets des infrastructures, la mauvaise situation climatique de la planète , ainsi que la signification des énergies propres dans la gestion des villes africaines ,leur développement et l’amélioration de la vie du peuple.

A ne pas manquer 1

L’espace central du Forum rond passe des films présentant le développement urbain, la protection environnementale ainsi que l’utilisation des énergies propres de l’Afrique.

A ne pas manquer 2

Le couloir arqué autour de la «Terre» présente respectivement le développement des pays africains, leur évolution urbaine, leur redressement économique et leur transmission culturelle.

Journée de l'honneur de l'Afrique:


Le drapeau de l'Union africaine (UA) a été hissé jeudi 3 juin à l'Exposition universelle de Shanghai, et témoigne de la première participation de l'UA dans l'histoire de l'Expo.

Elisabeth Tankeum, commissaire chargée du Commerce et de l'industrie de l'UA, a salué, lors d'une conférence de presse à Shanghai, le grand soutien de la Chine envers l'UA et la quarantaine de pays
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Image le théâtre malien

Les plus ancien témoignages du théâtre de marionnettes se rencontrent en Inde et remontent à 4000 ans. On les trouve dans des pièces en sanskrit dont le personnage principal s’appelle sudrahada ou le teneur de ficelle. Elle existait en Chine il y a deux mille ans mais aussi dans la Grèce antique où des fouilles ont permis de retrouver de petites marionnettes à tringles en terre cuite qui si l’on se réfère à des textes anciens, étaient les protagonistes de spectacle joués à Athènes sur la scène du théâtre de Dyonisos. De nombreux auteurs latins dont Marc Aurèle, et Apulée font souvent référence aux marionnettes.

De tout temps et dans toutes les cultures les marionnettes ont joué un rôle important tant sur le plan des idées que sur celui de la création artistique. Source d’inspiration pour les uns métaphores pour les autres elles ont inspiré , Byron, Shakespeare , Goethe et Lorca ou encore Bonnard Vuillard Calder et Klee.

Le théâtre de marionnette est pour l’homme, un moyen de surmonter les crises par l’illusion, par leur puissance évocatrice , les personnages qui s’expriment ont le fascinant pouvoir de nous faire évader du monde terrestre pour nous emmener dans un univers fantasmagorique. Ces personnages nous plogent dans le monde de la métamorphose, du retournement de situation ou l’impossible devient réalité. Le quotidien se transpose dans un monde fantastique ou les rois côtoient les dragons,, où les animaux parlent pensent et agissent ou les ancêtres reviennent sur terre s’adresser aux vivants. C’est aussi un champ d’expression qui permet une approche

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Le crieur
En salle lors de la vente , il est l'écho du commissaire priseur, il court dans les allées lors de la vente, et distribue des billets aux acheteurs, en contrepartie des objets acquis. on en compte 17 Drouot.

crieur(adj. et n.)

1.qui pousse des cris fréquemment.

2.marchand ambulant qui annonce en criant ce qu'il vend.


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le commissaire priseur :
est un officier ministériel dépendant du garde des sceaux. la compagnie parisienne regroupe une centaine de commissaire priseur judiciaires, dont les neuf dixièmes exrçent également dans des ventes volontaires.
le commissaire-priseur met en vente des objets d’art, des antiquités ou des articles provenant de successions ou de saisies chez des particuliers ou des entreprises. Il existe deux statuts de commissaires-priseurs selon qu’ils s’occupent de ventes volontaires ou judiciaires.
Le métier de Commissaire priseur
© Photo : Jacques Palut - Fotolia
Description des tâches / conditions de travail

Désormais, les ventes volontaires aux enchères publiques doivent être organisées et réalisées par des commissaires-priseurs exerçant au sein de sociétés commerciales. Dans ce cas, la vente est réalisée à la demande d’un particulier. Le commissaire-priseur bien qu’exerçant dans une société commerciale ne pratique pas le commerce : il n’achète pas pour revendre, il revend pour le compte d’un client : c’est un acte civil.

Le commissaire-priseur, en tant officier ministériel, est le seul habilité à diriger des ventes judiciaires, c’est-à-dire d’objets saisis lors de faillites ou de redressements judiciaires.

Le commissaire-priseur procède aussi à l’expertise des meubles, bibelots ou des marchandises et des matériels mis en vente. Les ventes effectuées par les commissaires-priseurs concernent donc toutes sortes de biens hormis les biens immobiliers.
Grande connaissance de l’art, bon contact avec le public et sens de la mise en scène sont des qualités requises pour devenir un bon
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L’exposition d’art africain et d’art océanien à la Galerie du théâtre Pigalle en 1930

        « L’exposition d’art nègre et océanien au théâtre Pigalle (…) a irrité la pudeur de tous les gardiens de la morale »(8), lit-on dans la revue Cahiers d’art en 1930. « Pour apaiser quelques pays soucieux de la vertu de leurs demoiselles », lit-on encore, « le propriétaire de la galerie, le baron Henri de Rothschild, fit expulser de la salle les quelques statues qui ne lui semblaient pas d’une tenue exemplaire »(9). Réagissant contre cette forme de censure, les organisateurs de l’exposition (Tristan Tzara, Charles Ratton et Pierre Loeb) demandèrent « au président du tribunal de la Seine de commettre un expert pour donner son avis sur "le caractère purement artistique des oeuvres exposées"». L’argument de l’art eut raison des réticences du Baron de Rothschild et les pièces furent réintégrées avant que la justice n’ait eu à intervenir(10). Qu’il s’agisse de l’art d’Afrique exposé à la Galerie Pigalle ou de l’art moderne qui s’en inspire, c’est le statut même de l’objet qui est mis en jeu à cette époque(11). L’idée d’altérité et de contraste, l’opposition presque dichotomique entre le Beau ou l’admis, et l’étrange ou le dégradé, est au cœur de la démarche d’un artiste comme Man Ray.


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Regards sur les arts primitifs
NICOLAS JOURNET

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Comment percevoir les arts primitifs ? Un colloque analyse les points de vue opposés des esthètes - l'objet est beau - et des anthropologues - l'objet est révélateur de la culture.

Un peu cachés par un intitulé exagérément neutre (« Art et anthropologie : perspectives »), les propos du colloque international qui s'est tenu au siège du CNRS parisien du 6 au 8 novembre 2002 ne pouvaient que tinter aux oreilles des responsables du futur musée du quai Branly, consacré aux Arts et Civilisations. Ce grand projet, que l'on peut dire présidentiel, a en effet soulevé ces dernières années quelques tempêtes dans le milieu de l'anthropologie, avant d'être - de bon ou mauvais gré - accepté par la communauté scientifique. A l'origine de cette querelle : le démantèlement du musée de l'Homme, établissement scientifique, au profit d'une autre structure, plus soucieuse de mettre en valeur les arts dits primitifs (ou « premiers », en langue châtiée). Quelle différence ? Soit une collection de magnifiques pagnes trobriandais, ouvragés et empourprés avec goût. On n'en fera pas la même exhibition selon qu'on y voit un objet rituel offert lors d'une cérémonie mortuaire, un « échantillon de culture », un exemple de technologie mélanésienne... ou une parure puissamment décorative, un « bel objet ».

Conflit de registres
Cette tension est bien illustrée par le propos de Nathalie Heinich : entre « esthètes » et

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Image African Art Exhibition of 1923

This is a copy of the catalogue of the exhibition of 1923 in Brooklyn Museum, In 1903 Stewart Culin became the founding curator of the department of ethnology at the museum of the Brooklyn institute of arts and sciences, now the Brooklyn museum Culin a self taught ethnologist built the foundation of four curatorial collections for the museum, acquiring objects representing African Asian native American and estaern European culture

 

 

 

Culin was among the first curator to recognize museum installation as an art form, he was also among the first to display ethnological as art objects, not as ethnographic specimens. This approach is evidenced in his exhibition “primitive negro art”

 

 

 

The exhibition opened in april 1923 and displayed African objects he had acquired in Europe from dealers. Along with his colleagues Culin set the parameters for cultural representation in museum through his collection decisions and innovative installations.

 

 

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Extrait du monde diplomatique

DES EXHIBITIONS RACISTES QUI FASCINAIENT LES EUROPÉENS

Ces zoos humains de la République coloniale
Comment cela a-t-il été possible ? Les Européens sont-ils capables de prendre la mesure de ce que révèlent les « zoos humains » de leur culture, de leurs mentalités, de leur inconscient et de leur psychisme collectif ? Double question alors que s’ouvre enfin, à Paris, au c ur du temple des arts - le Louvre -, la première grande exposition sur les arts premiers.

Par Nicolas Bancel, Pascal Blanchard et Sandrine LemaireLes zoos humains, expositions ethnologiques ou villages nègres restent des sujets complexes à aborder pour des pays qui mettent en exergue l’égalité de tous les êtres humains. De fait, ces zoos, où des individus « exotiques » mêlés à des bêtes sauvages étaient montrés en spectacle derrière des grilles ou des enclos à un public avide de distraction, constituent la preuve la plus évidente du décalage existant entre discours et pratique au temps de l’édification des empires coloniaux.

« Cannibales australiens mâles et femelles. La seule et unique colonie de cette race sauvage, étrange, défigurée et la plus brutale jamais attirée de l’intérieur des contrées sauvages. Le plus bas ordre de l’humanité  (1). »

L’idée de promouvoir un spectacle zoologique mettant en scène des populations exotiques apparaît en parallèle dans plusieurs pays européens au cours des

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LES GRANDES EXPOSITIONS COLONIALES :

Les expositions coloniales furent organisées au XIXe siècle et dans la première moitié du XXe siècle dans les pays européens. Elles avaient pour but de montrer aux habitants de la Métropole les différentes facettes des colonies.
Les expositions coloniales donnaient lieu à des reconstitutions spectaculaires des environnements naturels et des monuments d'Afrique, d'Asie ou d'Océanie.
La mise en situation d'habitants des colonies, souvent déplacés de force, les fera qualifier dans les années 2000 de zoos humains.


La France compte alors 41,8 millions d'habitants et son Empire colonial, second derrière celui du Royaume-Uni, 67 823 000 personnes pour une superficie de 12 356 637 km².

1866 : Exposition Intercoloniale de Melbourne (Intercolonial Exhibition of Australasia)
1870 : Exposition Intercoloniale de Sydney (Intercolonial Exhibition)
1875 : Exposition Intercoloniale de Melbourne (Victorian Intercolonial Exhibition)
1876 : Exposition Intercoloniale de Brisbane (Intercolonial Exhibition)
1883 : Exposition Internationale et Coloniale d'Amsterdam (Internationale Koloniale en Untvoerhandel Tentoonsellung)
1886 : Exposition Coloniale et Indienne de Londres (Colonial and Indian Exhibition)
1894 : Exposition Internationale et Coloniale de Lyon. Elle vit l'assassinat du président de la République Sadi Carnot.
1894 : Exposition Insulaire et Coloniale de Porto (Exposição Insular e Colonial Portuguesa)
1898 : Exposition internationale et coloniale de Rochefort-sur-Mer
1902 : Indo China Exposition Française et Internationale de Hanoï
1902 :

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