TUAREG POSTS, Niger

TUAREG
Ehel Posts
 
 

TUAREG
Posts

TUAREG  Igem
Entrance Posts
 

 

TUAREG
Forked
Posts

 

 TUAREG
Bela
Posts

 

TUAREG
Bowls and
Supports

   

TUAREG
Platform
Legs

Photographs © Hamill

TUAREG Posts, Niger

The Tuareg are fiercely independent nomadic people. On the move with their herds and camels over vast areas of the southern Sahara, they produce no masks or figures but instead create an impressive world of traditional, abstract, beautiful, functional objects of leather, wood and metal.

The intricate forms of their wooden tent posts juxtapose wonderful abstract patterns in negative and positive space.

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