Ways of seeing and exhibiting the amerindian archeological patrimony in two museums of Bogotá (1938-1953)

The following article presents an historical analysis about the creation and the first fifteen years of history of two archeological museums in Bogotá: The Archaeological National Museum, founded in 1938, and the Gold Museum, whose collection started in 1939. Based on the inquiry of how these two mu...

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Autor Principal: García Roldán, Daniel
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá-Colombia 2016
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Sumario:The following article presents an historical analysis about the creation and the first fifteen years of history of two archeological museums in Bogotá: The Archaeological National Museum, founded in 1938, and the Gold Museum, whose collection started in 1939. Based on the inquiry of how these two museums were built, and their ways of seeing, valuating and exhibiting what it was considered archeological patrimony in that time, we pretend to understand that recent past we inherit directly, and also gain a point of view that allow us to consider the ways those vestiges are exhibit today, within a critical perspective.