Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation - Contemporary Native American Art from the Southwest

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Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation is a landmark new series of three titles that assembles, documents, interprets, and explores the rich diversity of craft, art, and design being produced today by contemporary Native American artists. Works included in the volumes have been selected on aesthetic merits rather than ethnological grounds, and so together form a notable contribution to the study of contemporary art in general. The first volume, which looks at Native American art of the Southwest, focuses on the ...
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Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation is a landmark new series of three titles that assembles, documents, interprets, and explores the rich diversity of craft, art, and design being produced today by contemporary Native American artists. Works included in the volumes have been selected on aesthetic merits rather than ethnological grounds, and so together form a notable contribution to the study of contemporary art in general. The first volume, which looks at Native American art of the Southwest, focuses on the work of nearly ninety of the most exciting and innovative artists of the region, working in a variety of media, from clay to glass, from fiber to jewelry, and from metal to wood, as well as mixed media. Over two hundred magnificent color images reveal the often provocative and satirical work of such artists as Diego Romero, Roxanne Swentzell, and Virgil Ortiz, as well as cutting-edge experimentalism from such potters as Tammy Garcia, such glass artists as Tony Jojola, and such jewelers as Dylan Poblano.

Personal statements by artists accompany the works, which are further illuminated by essays and commentaries from respected experts in the field, including David Revere McFadden, Ellen Napiura Taubman, Bruce Bernstein, and Dexter Cirillo. A bibliography of Native American art today has also been included. Above all, this series offers a unique opportunity to appreciate the dazzling work of pioneers defying traditional Native American cultural stereotypes, and of younger artists exploring their own new ground. With two further volumes planned, covering contemporary Native American art from California, Hawaii, the Pacific Northwest, the Great Lakes, the Plains, the Southeast, and the East Coast, this series will be an essential companion for collectors and anyone interested in Native American culture.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781858941882
  • Publisher: Merrell Publishers, LTD
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 9.36 (w) x 11.48 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 8
Foreword 11
Introduction 15
Changing Hands: A Metaphor for Our Times 19
I Historical Provocation 28
The New "Traders" and Their Influence on Southwestern Indian Art 57
Southwest Jewelry 68
II Form Beyond Function 70
A Story of Creation: Tradition and Authenticity at Santa Fe's Indian Market 103
Southwest Weaving 108
III Nature and Narrative 110
Native Art at Auction: The Role of the Commercial Marketplace in Developing Contemporary Native Art 155
Southwestern Ceramics 160
Zuni Fetish Carving 162
IV The Human Condition 164
Changing Hands: Changing Views 191
A Passion for Collecting Native American Art 196
V Material Evidence 198
Art Education 220
Bibliography 222
Index 224
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