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Bob Haozous: Indigenous Dialogue, edited by Joseph M. Sanchez

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Item Number: IAIAB002

Bob Haozous is a member of the Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache tribe.  His grandfarther was an interpreter and runner for Geronimo and was imprisoned with him at Fort Sill.  His father is the well-known artist, Allan Houser. Bob Haozous is a man with a mission - he wants the reader to reevaluate the work of Native American artists. His work, infused with the personal and societal conflicts inherent in the Native experience, brings the viewer to a new dimension in Native American art. This publication accompanies the exhibition, "Indigenous Dialogue," and shows sculpture, paintings, photography and jewelry by Bob Haozous that was shown at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 18, 2005 through July 16, 2006.

Institute of American Indian Art Museum, 2005
Paperback, 64 pages
PLEASE NOTE: This publication is a catalogue from the exhibit and the cover and bindings are not in perfect condition -- have some slight scuff marks as such found on glossy/matt combo paper covers.


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