Question: Imagine you are a curator at your local city’s Museum of Art. You have been asked to organize a small exhibition of objects of art from the cultures of Asia, Africa, and Oceania. Your exhibition should include representative objects that highlight significant and essential ideas of each culture. You may plan to include actual objects in your exhibition, or photographs or models of larger structures or sculptures.
Survey your course textbook and reliable internet websites to locate two art objects from each of the following five cultures: India, China, Japan, Africa, and Oceania (the Pacific Cultures), that you would like to include in your exhibition. Your objects must date to the time period we are studying in this course (1300-Present Day). You will select a total of ten objects for display in your “Exhibition of World Art.”
Then, write a “museum label “for each object within a Microsoft Word document. The following should be on the “label “for each object:
- A photograph of the object
- Identifying information:
- Name of the artist (if known—otherwise, attribute the culture)
- Title of the work
- Date of the work
- Medium/materials used to create the work
- Current location
Answer: This image represents a box that was important in New Zealand culture…….