Douglass Bailey, Andrew Cochrane and Simon Kaner
Published by: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and Sainsbury Institute (SISJAC)

This small booklet accompanied the exhibition unearthed, an exhibition comparing prehistoric figurines from the Japanese archipelago and the Balkan region.

The exhibition was curated by Professor Douglass Bailey, Dr Andrew Cochrane and Dr Simon Kaner with assistance from Dr Nagase Fumihiko, Handa Japanese Archaeology Fellow at the Sainsbury Institute. The exhibition was held at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts between 22 June and 29 August, 2010.

The exhibition was made possible with the support from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Henry Moore Foundation, Japan Foundation, British Academy and the Duke of Omnium Fund.

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