5 edition of Our Land/Ourselves: American Indian Contemporary Artists found in the catalog.
Our Land/Ourselves: American Indian Contemporary Artists
June 1991 by State Univ of New York .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||78|
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IN THE OPENING PAGES OF THE EXHIBITION CATALOG OUR LAND/OURSELVES: American Indian Contemporary Artists (), curator Jaune Quick-to-See Smith offered the following caveats about the landscape imagery that the audience would encounter there: “The artists in this exhibit take multiple approaches to describing land/landscape.
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Our Land/Ourselves American Indian Contemporary Artists: An Exhibition Organized by the University Art Gallery, University at Albany State Universi by Deborah Ward, Paul Brach, Rick Hill, Lucy R. Lippard, Jaune Q. Smith, Richard W. Hill Paperback, 78 Pages, Published by University Art Gallery, University At Albany, State University Of New York ISBNISBN: I thought it would be great to create a book show in our community that would reach across the U.S.
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Heap of Birds describes his practice as continuing a warrior tradition, comparing his art to the “sharp rocks,” or stone projectile points, found on the ground of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Nation and elsewhere in North America. In order to counter the historical inaccuracies and biased viewpoints of those who celebrate the Quincentenary, Clairmont, along with fellow American Indian artists Susan and Kathryn Stewart (the former a recent collaborator in the Hammer, Nail and Brush installation, and both artists also part of the Our Land/Ourselves show) formed an.
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