Although it has become fashionable and commonplace to describe the appropriation of Native American, African and the arts of other cultures by European modernists, very little has been written about the appropriation of modernism by non-Western artists. This book presents more than 70 Native American painters and sculptors whose work draws on Euro-American conceptions of art as much as it does on Native American traditions.
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This catalog for an exhibition held recently at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Ariz., explores the ways in which Native American artists have appropriated modernism for their own purposes. Illustrations.
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