Visual Currencies: Reflections on Native Photography
Henrietta Lidchi, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie
National Museums Scotland, 2009 - Photography - 128 pages
'Visual Currencies' presents issues at the root of contemporary photographic practice, within and beyond Native American and first nations communities, exploring the values, or currencies attributed to photographs by practitioners and institutions.
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