Seeing

Compelling

The New Guinea Sculpture Garden at Stanford University, created by ten master carvers from the Middle Sepik River Region of Papua New Guinea in the summer of 1994.  “The project is not an attempt to recreate a traditional New Guinea environment but, according to Mason [the project director], ‘an opportunity to experiment with and reinterpret New Guinea aesthetic perspectives within the new context of a Western public art space.’ ” Read more here.


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