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Spring, Christopher James
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This statement attempts to present a critical examination of my work and achievements as a curator and artist over a period of almost thirty years from 1987, when I joined the Africa section of what was then the Ethnography Department of the British Museum (BM), to the present day. In so doing I hope to convey my evolving understanding of my role as a curator - and the theoretical contexts that underpin the choices I was faced with during this period, played out against the backdrop of the momentous socio-political events taking place in the world.
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    • Communication Monographs, 58, 1991, pp 179-194 Savage, Polly, ed., 'Making Art in Africa 1960-2010', London , Lund Humphreys, 2014 Savage, Polly, (2006), 'Romuald Hazoumé and the Art of Alchemy', London, October Gallery Siegmann, William C. 2009, 'African Art: a Century at the Brooklyn Museum', Prestel Smith L. and Akagawa, N. (2009) 'Intangible Heritage', London, Routledge.
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