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Paul Jacoulet’s Vision of Micronesia (review)

Paul Jacoulet’s Vision of Micronesia (review) book and media reviews 513 Two other features of the cata- Paul Jacoulet’s Vision of Micronesia. log deserve mention. The fi rst is an Exhibition, Isla Center for the Arts annotated list of art objects from New at the University of Guam, 11 Octo- Ireland in museum and private collec- ber–24 November 2007. tions. The exhibition scholars located or received information about over Paul Jacoulet’s Vision of Micronesia, twelve thousand objects in 123 public by Donald Rubinstein, 2007. isbn museums and sixty-fi ve private muse- 978-0-9800331-0-6, 40 pages includ- ums and collections. Gunn estimates ing cover, text, notes, drawings, full- that probably another 8,000 pieces color watercolors, prints, and bibliog- exist, resulting in a total of about raphy. us$30.00. 20,000 objects from New Ireland in collections outside the Islands. These This exhibit pulled together 220 fi gures represent awesome evidence images of Paul Jacoulet’s original of the process of colonialism in the drawings, watercolors, and wood- Pacifi c. The second feature is the full block prints of Micronesian subjects, bibliography containing many books and the artist’s notes, which were and articles published throughout the shared by his adopted daughter, Mrs years on New Ireland. Bibliographies Thérèse Inagaki, with researcher http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Paul Jacoulet’s Vision of Micronesia (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 20 (2) – Aug 1, 2008

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Copyright © 2008 University of Hawai'i Press.
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Abstract

book and media reviews 513 Two other features of the cata- Paul Jacoulet’s Vision of Micronesia. log deserve mention. The fi rst is an Exhibition, Isla Center for the Arts annotated list of art objects from New at the University of Guam, 11 Octo- Ireland in museum and private collec- ber–24 November 2007. tions. The exhibition scholars located or received information about over Paul Jacoulet’s Vision of Micronesia, twelve thousand objects in 123 public by Donald Rubinstein, 2007. isbn museums and sixty-fi ve private muse- 978-0-9800331-0-6, 40 pages includ- ums and collections. Gunn estimates ing cover, text, notes, drawings, full- that probably another 8,000 pieces color watercolors, prints, and bibliog- exist, resulting in a total of about raphy. us$30.00. 20,000 objects from New Ireland in collections outside the Islands. These This exhibit pulled together 220 fi gures represent awesome evidence images of Paul Jacoulet’s original of the process of colonialism in the drawings, watercolors, and wood- Pacifi c. The second feature is the full block prints of Micronesian subjects, bibliography containing many books and the artist’s notes, which were and articles published throughout the shared by his adopted daughter, Mrs years on New Ireland. Bibliographies Thérèse Inagaki, with researcher

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Published: Aug 1, 2008

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