Exhibition Tour—Sahel: Art and Empires on the Shores of the Sahara

The Met – May 15, 2020

Exhibition credits:

Sahel: Art and Empires On The Shores of The Sahara is curated by Alisa LaGamma, Ceil and Michael E. Pulitzer Curator in Charge of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas at The Met with the assistance of Yaëlle Biro, Associate Curator and Hakimah Abdul-Fattah, Research Associate

Exhibition Design: Alejandro Stein
Graphic Design: Alexandre Viault and Gina Shin
Project Manager: Rachel Ferrante
Registrar: Mary F. Allen
Conservation and Installation: Christine Giuntini, Sara Levin, Carolyn Riccardelli, Fred Sager, Andrew Estep, Jacob Goble, Matthew Cumbie
Digital and Sound: Paul Caro, Peter Berson, Lamar Stephens
Installation Coordinator: David Rhoads
Departmental Technician: Damien Marzocchi
Buildings: Maria Nicolino
Lighting: Richard Lichte

Video production:

Managing Producer: Kate Farrell
Producer: Melissa Bell
Editor: Alex Guns
Installation photography: Anna-Marie Kellen
Footage from Living Memory: Six Sketches of Mali Today, directed by Susan Vogel, Produced by Susan Vogel, Samuel Sidibé, Eric Engles, and the Musée National du Mali, An Icarus Films Release, © Susan Vogel, Prince Street Pictures Inc., and Samuel Sidibé and the Musée National du Mali
Music: “Salaman” by Toumani Diabaté with Ballake Sissoko, from the album New Ancient Strings, courtesy Reservoir Media Management (Label) (on behalf of Chrysalis Records)

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