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‎Africa‎

‎Prestel 2005 In-4 relié 30,8 cm sur 24,9. 128 pages. Très bon état d’occasion.‎

Reference : 59339
ISBN : 3791325809


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5 book(s) with the same title

‎Schweinfurth George‎

Reference : bn1533

(1873)

‎The heart of Africa, three years' travels and adventures in the unexplored regions of central Africa from 1868 to 1871 translated by Ellen E. Frewer with an introduction by Winwood Read‎

‎London, Sampson Low, Marston Low, and Searle Reliure d'éditeur 1873 Rare édition originale de la traduction en anglais de ce fameux voyage, imprimé pour la première fois en Allemagne en 1874 chez le même éditeur anglais et chez F.A. Brockhaus à Leipzig, on notera qu'en 1874 il sort également une édition New-Yorkaise chez Harper & Brothers (Le décor du cartonnage est différent), ce qui fait de l'édition anglaise la véritable édition originale de ce texte important. 2 volumes In-8° reliés pleine percaline verte de l'éditeur décors dorés et estampés à froid sur les premiers plats et les dos. Premier volume : XVI pages (errata) 559 pages, 1 carte hors-texte dépliante à la page VII deuxième volume : X pages 521 pages, 1 carte hors-texte après la page X, nombreuses gravures in et hors texte (26 planches hors-texte), reliure de l'époque, bon exemplaire. Livraison a domicile (La Poste) ou en Mondial Relay sur simple demande.‎


Abraxas-Libris - Bécherel
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Reference : 131577

‎AFRICA ITALIANA.‎

‎Pubblicazione mensile dellIstituto Fascista dellAfrica Italiana. Roma, 1938-1941. In-4 p. (mm. 285x200), 3 volumi in mz. tela che contengono una raccolta completa dei primi 37 numeri di quesa rivista, ciascuno con proprio Bollettino di Supplemento. La raccolta (conserv. le copertine orig. figurate a colori), ben illustrata da immagini fotografiche in b.n. nel t., cos composta:- 1938 ( Anno I): N. 1 (novembre) Colonizzazione demografica, pp. 28 + XII (di Bollettino) - N. 2 (dicem.) Comunicazioni con lImpero, pp. 28 + XV. // 1939 (Anno II): N. 3 (genn.) Sahara Libico, pp. 32 + XX - N. 4 (febbr.) Impero e autarchia, pp. 28 + XX - N. 5-6 (mar./apr.) Cinque anni di progresso libico, pp. 40 + XXIV - N. 7 (magg.) Conoscenza scientifica dellA.O.I., pp. 32 + XXVIII - N. 8 (giu.) Poesia dellAfrica, pp. 24 + XXIV - N. 9-10 (lugl./ago.) Cinquantenario aereo, pp. 60 + XXVIII - N. 11 (settem.) Le isole italiane dellEgeo baluardo orientale dellImpero, pp. 32 + XXIV - N. 12 (ott.)Racconti dAfrica, pp. 20 + XVI - N. 13 (novem.) Clima e pioggie dellAfrica italiana, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 14 (dicem.) Strade di Roma in Africa, pp. 32 + XVI. - 1940 (Anno III): N. 15 (genn.) Disciplina e tutela delle razze nellImpero, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 16-17 (febbr./mar.) Donne italiane in Africa, pp. 64 + XVI - N. 18 (apr.) LAmara, pp. 44 + XVI - N. 19 (magg.) La Libia e lautarchia, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 20-21 (giu./lugl.) Conti da regolare, pp. 48 + XVI - N. 22 (ago.): Oltre le nostre frontiere, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 23 (settem.) La Germania in Africa, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 24 (ott.) Impero e levante, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 25 (novem.) La Somalia che fu britannica, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 26 (dicem.): La crisi imperiale britannica, pp. 32 + XVI.- 1941 (Anno IV): N. 27-28 (genn./febbr.) Forze armate dItalia in Africa, pp. 52 + XX - N. 29 (mar.) Richiami di passione africana, pp. 32 + XVI - N. 30 (apr.) Centri italiani di cultura coloniale, pp. 36 + XVI - N. 31-32 (magg./giu.) La Spagna in Africa, pp. 60 + XXIV - N. 33 (lugl.) Inframmettenze americane e russe in Africa, pp. 36 + XVI - N. 34-35-36 (ago./settem./ott.) I Savoia in Africa, pp. 32 + XX.A partire dal numero successivo, il 37 (novem./dicem./genn. 1941-42) Il trentennale della Libia: 1911-1941), di pp. 112, la rivista diventa trimestrale e senza il Bollettino.Tutta la raccolta molto ben conservata.‎


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‎Ekow Eshun‎

Reference : 59448

‎AFRICA STATE OF MIND : Contemporary Photography Reimagines a Continent‎

‎, Thames and Hudson , 2022 Paperback, 272 pages, ENG, 280 x 225 mm, NEW, with 276 illustrations in colour / b/w. ISBN 9780500296783.‎


‎Africa State of Mind gathers together the work of an emergent generation of photographers from across Africa, including both the Maghreb and sub-Saharan Africa. It is both a summation of new photographic practice from the last decade and an exploration of how contemporary photographers from the continent are exploring ideas of 'Africanness' to reveal Africa to be a psychological space as much as a physical territory - a state of mind as much as a geographical place. Dispensing with the western colonial view of Africa in purely geographic or topographic terms, Ekow Eshun presents Africa State of Mind in four thematic parts: Hybrid Cities; Inner Landscapes; Zones of Freedom; and Myth and Memory. Each theme, introduced by a text by Eshun, presents selections of work by a new wave of African photographers who are looking both outward and inward: capturing life among the sprawling cities and multitudinous conurbations of the continent, turning the legacy of the continent's history into the source of resonant new myths and dreamscapes and exploring questions of gender, sexuality and identity. Each of the photographers seeks to capture the experience of what it means, and how it feels, to live in Africa today.‎

ERIK TONEN BOOKS - ANTWERPEN

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EUR44.50 (€44.50 )

‎Conru, Kevin et al‎

Reference : 076910

(2002)

ISBN : 8874390017

‎The Art of Southeast Africa from the Conru Collection‎

‎Conru, Kevin et al: The Art of Southeast Africa from the Conru Collection. Milan: 5 Continents Editions, 2002. 226pp with 116 colour and 1 monochrome plate, 131 monochrome illustrations and 1 map. Cloth. 30x25cms. The nomadic lifestyles of the tribes of Southeast Africa (the Xhosa, Zulu, Swazi, Sotho, Tsonga, etc) have required that any possession must be small, easy to carry and, ideally, have a use. Those Southeast African art objects which survive have been somewhat overshadowed by the more commonplace art of the settled kingdoms of central and western Africa. Here, though, these rare objects from the Kevin Conru collection in Brussels are presented in superb photographs: rare figural sculptures, jewellery, regalia, headrests, snuff containers, walking/fighting sticks, carved staffs. With scholarly texts by two specialists on South Africa discussing the two main styles used: the geometric, which is based around symmetry and balance; and the figurative, inspired by natural forms; and the spiritual symbolism embodied within each piece.‎


‎The nomadic lifestyles of the tribes of Southeast Africa (the Xhosa, Zulu, Swazi, Sotho, Tsonga, etc) have required that any possession must be small, easy to carry and, ideally, have a use. Those Southeast African art objects which survive have been somewhat overshadowed by the more commonplace art of the settled kingdoms of central and western Africa. Here, though, these rare objects from the Kevin Conru collection in Brussels are presented in superb photographs: rare figural sculptures, jewellery, regalia, headrests, snuff containers, walking/fighting sticks, carved staffs. With scholarly texts by two specialists on South Africa discussing the two main styles used: the geometric, which is based around symmetry and balance; and the figurative, inspired by natural forms; and the spiritual symbolism embodied within each piece. Text in English‎

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‎PARK Mungo‎

Reference : 125181

‎TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR DISTRICTS OF AFRICA: PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1795, 1796, AND 1797.‎

‎With an account of a subsequent mission to that Country in 1805. To which is added an account of the life of Mr. Park. A New Edition. (Unito a:) THE JOURNAL OF A MISSION TO THE INTERIOR OF AFRICA IN THE YEAR 1805.... The second edition, revised and corrected, with additions. Murray, London, 1815-1816. In-8 gr. (mm 270x210), 2 volumi, p. pelle coeva con cornici dorate e a secco ai piatti, dorso a cordoni (in pelle moderna) con decoraz. e titolo oro, pp. XVIII,(2),458; XVII,(3),373. Lopera molto ben illustrata f.t. da incisioni in rame, i.e.: 1 ritratto dellA. in ovale, inciso da T. Dickinson su disegno di H. Edridge - 2 tavole di carattere botanico (Rhamnus Lotus - Shea, or the butter tree (karite) - 3 di vedute (Alis tent at the Camp of Benowm - Kamalia - A bridge over the Ba-fing or Black River) - 1 tav. di musica notata (Song from Mr. Parks Travels) e 4 grandi mappe, pi volte ripieg., con i confini colorati a mano (The route of Mr. Mungo Park - Map of North Africa - Chart of variations - Map to illustrate the last mission into Africa). - Il volume 1 (in una nuova edizione pubblicata nel 1816) contiene la relazione dei travels in 1795, 1796 and 1797. With an Appendix, containing geographical illustrations of Africa, by Major Rennell.- Il volume 2 ("The Journal of a mission.."), in seconda edizione (la prima usc separatamente nel mese di Marzo 1815), contiene other documents, official and private, relating to the same mission. To which is prefixed an account of the life of Mr. Park.Cfr. Gay,2788: Ldition de 1816 et celle de 1817, renferment le journal qui sest publi sparment sous le titre "The journal of a mission..", London, 1815. La relation de Mungo Park a t traduite dans presque toutes les langues europennes - Brunet,IV, p. 375 - Printing and the Mind of Man,253.Lesploratore scozzese Mungo Park (1771-1805) intraprese per conto della Societ africana di Londra un viaggio di esplorazione nel bacino del Niger (1795), penetrando dalla Gambia nel Bondu e nella valle del Senegal e seguendo quindi il corso del Niger fino a Segu, nel Bambara. Il resoconto del viaggio ("Travels in the interior of Africa", 1799) lo rese popolare in Inghilterra. Ripartito alcuni anni dopo dalla Gambia (1805), Park raggiunse di nuovo il corso del Niger proponendosi di seguirlo fino alla foce, ma, mentre cercava con un battello di superare le rapide di Bussa, veniva attaccato e ucciso dagli indigeni insieme a tutti i suoi campagni. Lardimento con cui penetr in regioni difficili e ostili e il valore delle relazioni scritte fin poco prima della morte, fanno di lui uno dei maggiori esploratori moderni dellAfrica. Cos Diz. Treccani,IX, p. 61. Esemplare ben conservato.‎


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