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"Fernando Uicab Pech, Potter, 1971" by Macduff Everton

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Pre 1980   item# 1231908 (stock# ME0004)

"Fernando Uicab Pech, Potter, 1971" by Macduff Everton
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Fernando Uicab Pech, a potter who uses the ancient coil technique to produce earthenware vessels. Ticul, Yucatan, Mexico, 1971. This original black and white photograph is part of the publication by Macduff Everton entitled "The Modern Maya: Incidents of Travel and Friendship in the Yucatan," University of Texas Press, 2012.


"Dario in his Milpa, 1974" by Macduff Everton

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Pre 1980   item# 1231905 (stock# ME0003)

"Dario in his Milpa, 1974" by Macduff Everton
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Dario Tuz Caamal planting his milpa with the repetitive moves of a practiced dancer. Taken in 1974 in Chichimila, Yucatan, Mexico. This original black and white photograph is part of the publication by Macduff Everton entitled " The Modern Maya: Incidents of Travel and Friendship in the Yucatan," University of Texas Press, 2012. Available as individual prints or as a triptych.


"Christmas Day Devil Masker" by Macduff Everton

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Pre 1980   item# 1229380 (stock# ME 0001)

"Christmas Day Devil Masker" by Macduff Everton
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Photographed in the village of Dzitnup, Yucatan State, Mexico, 1975. Christmas Day as celebrated in the Maya village of Dzitnup. The devil sweeps through the village, stealing something from every household. The dancer is followed and the loot is eventually recovered and given to the church. Small boys play the masked roles, which helps assure that the villagers control the amount the devil takes. Tribute is usually paid in corn. From the book "The Modern Maya: Incidents of Travel and Frien ...click for details


Mario Algaze silver gelatin print "Encuentro"

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Contemporary   item# 1209417 (stock# MA00026c)

Mario Algaze silver gelatin print "Encuentro"
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On an ancient street in the ancient city of Cuzco, Peru. A classic single frame narrative, taken by the artist in 2002.


Mario Algaze silver gelatin print "Copan"

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Pre 1990   item# 1183148 (stock# MA00025c)

Mario Algaze silver gelatin print "Copan"
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The somber elegance of the ancient Maya site of Copan, in Honduras, is definitively captured in this 1988 image by Mario Algaze. It shows structure 10L-22 as restored in 1935-1942 by the Carnegie Institution under the guidance of Field Director Gustav Stromsvik.


"Yame" by Malcolm Kirk

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Pre 1990   item# 1093771 (stock# K0003)

"Yame" by Malcolm Kirk
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A Chimbu Province man named "Yame" is wearing a circular forehead ornament made from the base of a conus shell. Strands of nassarius shells hang down on either side of his red painted nose. The red and black feathers of a Pesquet's Parrot and the green feathers of a lorikeet are positioned in a whisker-like manner. Part of the "Man as Art" series taken in highland Papua New Guinea between the years of 1967-1980.


"Samo Tribesman" by Malcolm Kirk

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Pre 1990   item# 1011036 (stock# K0002)

"Samo Tribesman" by Malcolm Kirk
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A male in ceremonial, avian-like costume, completely bedecked with organic materials and handmade accouterments. This splendid image, part of the "Man as Art" series, was taken by Malcolm Kirk in Sokabi village, Western Province of Papua New Guinea, between the years of 1967-1980. "It strikes me that of all the animals that have influenced mankind, we have felt the greatest affinity with birds".....Malcolm Kirk, from the foreword in "Man as Art," 1993, Chronicle Boo ...click for details


"Huli tribesman" by Malcolm Kirk

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Pre 1990   item# 993699 (stock# K0001)

"Huli tribesman" by Malcolm Kirk
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From the "Man as Art" series taken in Papua New Guinea during the photographer's 13 years of travel into that area of the South Pacific, starting in the 1960's. A large-format book, entitled "Man as Art", was first published in 1981. At that time, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis wrote that she considered it "one of the most beautiful books I have seen in my life." Malcolm Kirk was assistant to Irving Penn while in New York City, 1964. He has traveled on assig ...click for details


Mario Algaze silver gelatin prints-3 images of Ecuador

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Photographs: Contemporary   item# 955994 (stock# MA008-9-10c)

Mario Algaze silver gelatin prints-3 images of Ecuador
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These three images were taken in the Ecuadorian Highlands about 20 years ago. "Though Latin American life, like life everywhere else, is rapidly slouching toward modernity, its predominant note is still traditional. A tradition-oriented society affords a certainty about family and relationships absent from the more modernized world." - Enrique Fernandez, "Runaway's End" from the catalog "Mario Algaze: Portfolio Latinoamericano" Gina Kehayoff, Munich, 1997.

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