Pow wow, images along the red road

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Abrams, 1996 - Photography - 112 pages
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Photographer Ben Marra has captured the romance of American Indian life in a series of striking portraits of the men, women, and children who embody the proud spirit and intensity of the multi-tribal celebrations of native song and dance. Spoken or written from the heart, the subjects' sincere words add another dimension to the stunning portraits. 105 full-color photos.

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About the author (1996)

Photographer Ben Marra owned a photography studio for over 20 years, and has a successful career in commercial photography. By chance, he became involved in photography Native American dancers and eventually decided to document this subject on film. Powwow: Images along the Red Road records Native American life with over one hundred color photographs and narratives by the subjects. Marra's works have also appeared in numerous galleries and magazines.

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