Presentation and Interpretation of the Art of Others: the case of Amerindians
This article traces the history of Native people’s perception of art and its role in their own portrayal. It notes a significant change in this perception over the last thirty years, which has taken concrete form in the creation of new cultural institutions and in the texts accepted under international law on the specificity of these cultures.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2010