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by Hulleah J. Tshinhnahjinnie,Veronica Passalacqua

eBook Our People, Our Land, Our Images: International Indigenous Photographers epub
  • ISBN: 1597140570
  • Author: Hulleah J. Tshinhnahjinnie,Veronica Passalacqua
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Photography & Video
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heyday (April 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • ePUB size: 1420 kb
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Native American Studies.

Native American Studies. Whether probing personal identity or exploring the world around them, twenty-six indigenous photographers present images that are fresh, provocative, iconoclastic, surprising, and-in the broadest and deepest meaning of the word-authentic. Their works range from the artful Photography. Native American Studies.

Tsinhnahjinnie wrote the book, Our People, Our Land, Our Images: International Indigenous Photographers. Larry McNeil (Tlingit) is a fine art photographer and professor who has mentored many emerging indigenous photographers. Larry McNeil (Tlingit) is a fine art photographer and professor who has mentored many emerging indigenous photographers

Over 100 years of indigenous art photography.

Over 100 years of indigenous art photography.

Tsinhnahjinnie, H. J. and Passalacqua, Veronica, eds. Our People, Our Land, Our Images: International Indigenous Photographers. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 2008. ISBN 978-1-59714-057-7. Tsinhnahjinnie, H. "Our People, Our Land, Our Images. Native Peoples Magazine.

Contents Preface Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie Introduction Veronica Passalacqua PastÉ Benjamin A. Haldane (Tsimshian, 1874/1941) . Indigenous peoples in art - Exhibitions. Rites and ceremonies - Exhibitions. Portrait photography - Exhibitions. Haldane (Tsimshian, 1874/1941) Presented by Mique'l Askren (Tsimshian) Jennie Ross Cobb (Aniyunwiay (Cherokee), 1881/1959) Presented by Joan Jensen Mart¿n Chambi (Quecha, 1891/1973) Presented by Teo Allain Chambi (Quechua) Statement by Andr¿s Garay Alb¿jar Bertha Felix Campigli (Coast Miwok, 1882/1949) Presented by Theresa.

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Our People, Our Land, Our Images, on display June 16-August 11 at the Nebraska History Museum in Lincoln, presents the works of three generations of indigenous photographers from the North America, South America, the Middle East, and New Zealand. MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBIT Guest curator Veronica Passalacqua of The C. N. Gorman Museum at the University of California, Davis, originally organized this exhibition in conjunction with a conference for international indigenous photographers held at the Museum. For the past fifteen years, Passalacqua has been active in the field of Native North American art as a writer, curator, and scholar.

Our People, Our Land, Our Images represents the work of indigenous photographers from North America, South America, the Middle East and New Zealand. This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to view indigenous peoples through the eyes of indigenous photographers. This exhibition is organized by guest curator Veronica Passalacqua of the C. Gorman Museum at the University of California, Davis, and is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance, with the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Over 100 years of indigenous art photography

Whether probing personal identity or exploring the world around them, twenty-six indigenous photographers present images that are fresh, provocative, iconoclastic, surprising, and--in the broadest and deepest meaning of the word--authentic. Their works range from the artful studio portraits of Benjamin A. Haldane (Tsimshian), who photographed Native communities throughout southeast Alaska and British Columbia in the late 1800s and early 1900s, to the cutting-edge digital photographs of contemporary Native artists. Their cameras variously capture startled eyes, hidden laughter, misappropriated icons, and neon signs of cultural change.

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