INDEX
Acculturation, 5, 48
Adventurer: as intellectual hero, 106;
as scholar in action, 106
Aestheticization:
and modernism, 70.
See also
Art
Ageron, Charles-Robert, 167 n.17
Allegret, Marc, 167 n.13
AmneSia, political, 152.
See also
History
AngkorWat,4, 13, 18, 19, 156, 157,
161 n.8; as Persepolis of the Khmer,
27; as reconstruction at World's
Fairs, 25-27, 85
Annaud, Jean-Jacques, 12, 133, 139-
45
Aragon, Louis, 10, 35, 52, 59, 63, 64
Architecture, 9; appropriation of na-
tive art forms, 32; as champion of
"I 'idee coloniale," 26; as mediator
with exotic civilizations, 24; as mir-
ror of reality, 24; as monuments, 4
(set
also
Palais d'exposition); policy
of association and, 15; style, 28; as
total art, 24; as trace of cultural so-
phistication, 27
Art, 97; Africa and, 59; and the avant-
garde, 53; consumption of, 101; ge-
ography and, 97; history and, 97;
modernism and, 56; nature of the
work of art, 97; as screen to pro-
jected deSire, 105; Surrealism and,
54-55; time and, 96; transfiguration
into myth, 98; as triumph over
death,97
Artifacts, 11; as advertising object, 66;
as "I'art des peuples opprimes," 66;
as authentiC, autonomous objects,
58; commodification of, 62; as eth-
nographic object, 55; as evidence of
indigenous intellectual life, 66; as
fine art, 55; as ideal or compensa-
tory signs of a culture, 100; market
for, 101; and modernist aesthetic,
11; plundering of native, 32-33,
101; as Surrealist fetish-object, 69;
traffic in Khmer, 71, 80-82,101; as
work of art, 62, 100
Asia, 75
Asiate,135
L'At/aIlUde, 145
Attenborough, Richard, 131, 133
Bal, Mieke, 10
Banteay Srei, 79
Bao Dai, 39
Barthes, Roland, 118, 122, 125, 128,
166n.5,180n.l
Bataille, Christophe, 132
Bausseurs d'emPire, 138
Bazin, Andre, 133
Benjamin, Walter, 22, 115, 156
BenOit, Pierre, 145
Berthon, Andre, 40-41
Bhabha, Homi, 12, 111
Biography, 77, 101
Black alld White
ill
Color,
143-44. See
also
La Victoireell cballtallt
Blanchot, Maurice, 100, 108, 173 n.3
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