Guest Lecture | "Oceanic Art: Austroasian Origins and Indonesian Art" by Dr. Natasha Reichle at de Young Museum

 

Ceremonial Stone Seat | Osa-Osa | Nias
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Oceanic Art: Austroasian Origins and Indonesian Art

 

October 17, 2019 | 10:00 am – 11:30 am

de Young Museum | Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco

 

Dr. Natasha Reichle is the associate curator of Southeast Asian Art at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. She received her Ph. D. in Art History from U. C. Berkeley in 2002 with a focus on the art and architecture of Indonesia. Her publications include Violence and Serenity: Late Buddhist Sculpture from Indonesia (University of Hawaii Press; 2007) and Bali: Art, Ritual, Performance (Asian Art Museum of San Francisco; 2010).

This event is free admission. No reservations required.

 
 
 
Natasha Reichle Violence and Serenity
 
Natasha Reichle Bali Art Ritual Performance
 
 
 

Hanging Ancestor Figure of Mother with Child | Atauro
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Mamasa House Façade Figure | Toraja, Sulawesi
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Seated Male Ancestor Figure | Korwar | West Papua
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Batak Protective Statue | Pagar | North Sumatra
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Wandalai Dance Mask | West Papua
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Batak Shaman’s Container | North Sumatra
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