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NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith

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NeoHooDoo, a phrase coined by the poet Ishmael Reed in 1970, celebrates the practice of rituals, folklore, and spirituality in the Americas beyond the scope of Christianity and organized religion. The endurance of these centuries-old traditions of magic and healing are the unique focus of this book. Exploring how spirituality influenced artists in the late 20th century and ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published August 26th 2008 by The Menil Collection
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