This exhibition considers the development and stylistic diversity of Senufo
art, which comes from the region of northern Cote d'Ivoire and is notable for its influence on early 20th-century avant-garde art.
Pathways in Christian Music Communication: The Case of the Senufo
of Cote d'Ivoire, 34:114-15
She explains the country's religion and worldview, with discussion of Islam, Christianity, and Tuareg, Bamana, Dogon, and Senufo
religions and other traditions.
Among the items lost: pendants worn by the central Baule people in the seventeenth century, statuettes of the western We and northern Senufo
tribes, crowns and fly swatters with solid gold handles from the central and coastal regions, and sacred masks from the Dan people in the west.
It assigns agency to the Senufo
and Jula peasant farmers of Katiali in the Korhogo region of northern Cote d'Ivoire--mainstreaming them as key actors in the unraveling of an intricate cotton story.
Ethnic groups: 63 ethnic groups among which are Mossi (almost half of the total population), Bobo, Mande, Lobi, Fulani, Gourounsi, and Senufo
If something a little more dominant is needed to fill an empty corner, the 5ft wooden hand-carved Senufo
birds will do just this.
Picasso copied the style of the Itunba Region of Congo, Bernard Heilger copied pre-dynastic Egyptian art, Henri Laurens was influenced by the Dogons of Mali, Max Ernst studied the art of the Senufo
of Cote d'Ivoire, Paul Klee copied the style of the Bakota of Gabon, and so did Amedeo Modigliani copy Congolese art.
For example, the Mande and Voltaic groups, which include the Malinke and Senufo
people, are largely Muslim.
For instance, he draws on the imaginative vocabulary of the Senufo
religion that he learned as a child as well as modernist icons--the shorthand emblem for the atom, for example.
peoples of Cote d'Ivoire and Mali, for example, commemorate divine creation with large-scale carved wood figural pairs representing the primordial couple, the first man and woman.
LANCASTER - Historic masks from African peoples including the Baga, Baule and Senufo
go on display today in a Lancaster Museum/Art Gallery display called ``The Lure of Africa.