This item native american art in the twentieth century makers meanings histories by w jackson rushing iii paperback cdn5025 in stock sold by ayvax ca and ships from amazon fulfillment. Celebrating the vitality of comtemporary native art native american art in the twentieth century traces the political context of native american art production from the 1890s to the present and engages with a range of concepts and issues such as the influence of spirituality in native american art and the struggle for artistic self determination. Native american art in the twentieth century makers meanings histories edited by w jackson rushing format book language english imprint london new york routledge 1999 subjects indian art north america history 20th century. This illuminating and provocative book is the first anthology devoted to twentieth century native american and first nation art native american art brings together anthropologists art historians curators critics and distinguished native artists to discuss pottery painitng sculpture printmaking photography and performance art by some of the most celebrated native american and canadian first nation artists of our time. Native american art in the twentieth century makers meanings histories w jackson rushing this anthology assembles anthropologists art historians curators critics and artists to discuss pottery painting sculpture printmaking photography and performance art
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