The Submuloc Show/Columbus Wohs: A Visual Commentary on the Columbus Quincentennial from the Perspective of America's First People
This enduring record of the Native American response to the Columbian Quincentennial includes poems, letters, short stories, artist biographies & artist statements. Black & white photographs illustrate the work of 37 artists from an exhibition organized by Atlatl, the Native American Arts Service Organization. Commentary by Native American writers Charlotte DeClue (Osage), Joy Harjo (Creek), Duane Niatum (Clallam), & Elizabeth Woody (Wasco/Warm Springs/Navajo). Critical commentary by Lucy R. Lippard, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith.
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