One of the most interesting problems of the "representations" of the prehistory in museums is constituted by the difficulty to make the images of the physical people. In some cases, the presence of contemporary artists has been useful to resolve the problem, in others the solution is submitted to the so-called “paleo-artists”, in others still it is the whole presentation that assumes, in its complex, evocative characters. This article examines some interesting examples, on the thread conductor of one of the great mysteries of the most distant prehistory: the anxious image of Neanderthal man.
|Titolo:||Il tempo perduto di neanderthal: preistoria e musei|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2010|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||7.1 Curatela|