No Reservation: New York Contemporary Native American Art Movement

No Reservation: New York Contemporary Native American Art Movement
Library Shelf Location 14.USNY
Publication Date 2017

This publication marks the first time that a diverse group of Native painters, sculptors, photographers, installation and media artists, performing artists, filmmakers and writers has been defined as a movement or given a name.

The encounter of Native practices and in?uences with mainstream art created a community in which the relationship between art and indigenous sensibility was recognized and nurtured. These artists have shown in galleries in the heart of SoHo, written articles for publications such as Art in America, and produced work that incorporates the visual strategies of Abstract Expressionism, pop, conceptualism and various strains of postmodernism. Among the artists represented here are Leon Polk Smith, George Morrison, Jimmie Durham, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, G. Peter Jemison, Jeffrey Gibson, Brad Kahlhamer and Lloyd R. Oxendine.

ISBN 9780989856546
Quantity 1
Pages 260p; 15.2 x 1.9 x 22.9 cm
Editor Jennifer Tromski
Authors David Bunn Martine, Dore Ashton
Format Paperback
Publisher American Indian Artists Inc. (AMERINDA), New York
Category Art from a specific town/city/region
Keywords Native Americans, Indigenous peoples, American Indians
Related City/Region New York
Language English

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