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Sign Language Contemporary Southwest Native America [ Signed By The Photographer]

McAuley, Skeet; Photographer; Introduction by N. Scott Momaday

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ISBN 10: 0893813338 / ISBN 13: 9780893813338
Published by Aperture, New York, 1989
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Price sticker remnant on DJ front. ; Signed by the photographer on the half-title page. ; 11.50 X 9.30 X 0.60 inches; Signed by Photographer. Bookseller Inventory # 256452

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Title: Sign Language Contemporary Southwest Native ...

Publisher: Aperture, New York

Publication Date: 1989

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Illustrated by McAuley,skeet; Photographer

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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Many excellent photographs. A fine hardcover copy with bright gilt spine front cover lettering. Tight binding. Clean, unmarked pages. Very good jacket; light corner wear and spine fading. NOT ex-library. 78pg. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Native Americans; ISBN: 0893813338. ISBN/EAN: 9780893813338. Inventory No: 002992.

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This book of 50 color photographs documents the lives and environment of Southwest Native Americans today. Aware of the stereotypes that poet Tapahonso describes in a short essay, McAuley focuses with ironic, deliberate wit on societal conceptions of the American Indian and of the "wild west." We see children practising archery with storebought bows; a motor-scooter stands outside a traditional hogan dwelling; tourists take snapshots of a tiny herd of bison fenced alongside an interstate highway; a group of six tepees picturesquely dot an Arizonan vistabehind a sign proclaiming "going out of business; everything price." The photos are punctuated by 10 short stories by Navajo "Medicine-person" Mitchell, who notes the continuity (rather than change) of Native American life. Sandweiss's ( Laura Gilpin: An Enduring Grace ) articulate, insightful essay describes the history of the American Indian as a photographic subject, and places McAuley's first book of photos in context.
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