In his lecture, “Out of Place: Art and History in Oceania,” Nicholas Thomas explores the art and history of the Pacific through a series of formative moments, from the late eighteenth century to the early twentieth century. Consideration is given to how we imagine cross-cultural encounters, how we interpret the art of this region, and what the legacies of these encounters are today. Part of the Indigenous Arts in Transition Seminar at the Bard Graduate Center. For more information, visit bgc.bard.edu.

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