9 edition of Native American art and the New York avant-garde found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-240) and index.
|Statement||W. Jackson Rushing.|
|Series||American studies series|
|LC Classifications||E98.A7 R87 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 250 p.,  p. of col. plates :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||94014250|
Celebrating the vitality of comtemporary Native art, Native American Art in the Twentieth Century traces the political context of Native American art production from the 's to the present, and engages with a range of concepts and issues such as the influence of spirituality in Native American art, and the struggle for artistic self. Native North American Art Janet Catherine Berlo and Ruth B. Phillips Oxford History of Art. Ranges from the early pre-contact period to the present day; Establishes the importance of the visual arts in maintaining the integrity of spiritual, social, political, and economic systems within Native North American societies.
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Native American Art and the New York Avant-Garde: A History of Cultural Primitivism (American Studies) by W. Jackson Rushing (). "Avant-garde art between and is well known for its use of "primitive" imagery, often borrowed from traditional cultures in Africa and Oceania.
Less recognized, however, is the use United States artists made of Native American art, myth, and ritual to craft a specifically American Modernist art. In this groundbreaking study, W. Jackson Rushing comprehensively explores the process by. Avant-garde art between and is well known for its use of "primitive" imagery, often borrowed from traditional cultures in Africa and Oceania.
Less recognized, however, is the use United States artists made of Native American art, myth, and ritual to craft a specifically American Modernist art.
Native American art and the New York avant-garde: a history of cultural primitivism / W. Jackson Rushing. Format Book Edition 1st ed. Published Austin: University of Texas Press, Description xii, p.: ill. ; 29 cm. Series American studies series Notes.
Native American art and the New York avant-garde: a history of cultural primitivism. [W Jackson Rushing] -- Avant-garde art between and is well known for its use of "primitive" imagery, often borrowed from traditional cultures in Africa and Oceania.
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