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Title:
Native American art in the twentieth century : makers, meanings, histories
Author:
Rushing, W. Jackson.
Publication Information:
London ; New York : Routledge, 1999.
Physical Description:
xxi, 214 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Fewkes and Nampeyo: clarifying a myth-understanding / Joseph Traugott -- America's Pueblo artists: encounters on the borderlands / David W. Penney and Lisa A. Roberts -- James Houston, armchair tourism, and the marketing of Inuit art / Kristin K. Potter -- Contexts for the growth and development of the Indian art world in the 1960s and 1970s / Bruce Bernstein -- Towards an aboriginal art history / Gerald R. McMaster -- Art history and the Native-made object: new discourses, old differences? / Ruth B. Phillips -- Hot dogs, a ball gown, adobe, and words: the modes and materials of identity / Charlotte Townsend-Gault -- Independent identities / Lucy R. Lippard -- Sanctioned scribes: how critics and historians write the Native American art world / Margaret Dubin -- The story as primary source: educating the gaze / Joe Feddersen and Elizabeth Woody -- Seeking the spiritual / Kay Walking Stick -- Garden of the evening star / Colleen Cutschall -- Honoring / Sara Bates.
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ISBN:
9780415137478

9780415137485
Format :
Book