|Victor Teicher: Harmonious Passion
by Florence Carrie
From: Art Tribal - Winter 2003 # 4
The American collector Victor Teicher collects objects such as a musician who strives to create a melodious
series of airs. He sometimes temporarily borrows them first in order to take note of their respective resonance
within his collection, all in the hopes of uncovering, in this transitory diversity, that one unit that will create the
harmony of the whole.
|Photos of his collection in their home
|1) Aripa sculpture, Korewori, Papua New Guinea. Photo Karin L. Willis.
2) Lega sculpture, Sakimatwematwe, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo Karin L. Willis.
3) Yam figure, Maprik, East of the Sepik region, Papua New Guinea. Photo Karin L. Willis.
4) Abelam figure, Maprik, East of the Sepik region, Papua New Guinea. Photo Karin L. Willis.
|This interview was published in Art Tribal.
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