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Musee de l’homme

by Bali
YEAR:
ca 1980
SIZE:
16 x 12 inches (41 x 30 1/2 cm)
REFERENCE NUMBER:
1824

DESCRIPTION:

The Musée de l’Homme – the Museum of Man – is one of the world’s most important museums devoted to anthropology, ethnology, and prehistory. Its collections are arranged – by in large – according to geographical region, and includes the Inca mummy (in fetal position) which inspired Edvard Munch’s painting The Scream.
Commissioned by TOTEM, a Communications and Advertising Company, Bali was given carte blanche to choose the subject matter for the piece. This is the artist’s proof.

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