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Connective tissue : new approaches to fiber in contemporary Native art.

Evans, Lara, (contributor.). McGlennen, Molly, (contributor.). Dion, Wally, 1976- (artist.). Fields, Anita, (artist.). Galanin, Nicholas, 1979- (artist.). Jungen, Brian, (artist.). Kelliher-Combs, Sonya, 1969- (artist.). Watt, Marie, 1967- (artist.). Willard, Tania, (artist.). Institute of American Indian Arts. (Added Author). Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. (Added Author). Bear Robe, Amber-Dawn, (contributor.). Phillips, Patsy, (contributor.). Schild, Gracie, (editor.). Well-Off-Man, Manuela, (contributor.). Ball, Natalie, (artist.). Browning, Ashley, (artist.). Church, Kelly, (artist.). Cody, Melissa, (artist.). Craig, Velma Kee, (artist.). Johnson, William Merritt, (artist.). Gaussoin, David, (artist.). Hannan, David, (artist.). Katoney, Marlowe, (artist.). Luger, Cannupa Hanska, (artist.). Malbeuf, Amy, (artist.). Melero-Moose, Melissa, (artist.). O'Brien, Meghan, (artist.). Preston, Mark, (artist.). Vickers, Charlene Adrienne, (artist.).

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Summary:

"This exhibition catalog features contemporary Native American artists who integrate various forms of fiber art media and methods to make their statements and to attain their visions ... The contemporary artists in Connective Tissue are respectful of the rich traditions and history of this art form and medium."--Patsy Phillips (from Introduction of Connective Tissue : New Approaches to Fiber in Contemporary Native Art).
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Circulation Modifier Age Hold Protection Active/Create Date Status Due Date
Columbia Gorge Community College Library 709.011 CONN 2017 (Text) 39705000044114 New Book Shelf Book None 08/06/2020 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780988779167
  • ISBN: 0988779161
  • Physical Description: 143 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Santa Fe, NM : Art Guild Press, ©2017.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Exhibition catalog for "Connective Tissue : New Approaches to Fiber in Contemporary Native Art," showing July 7, 2017-January 21, 2018 at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction / Patsy Phillips-- Essays-- Connective Tissue : New Approaches to Fiber in Contemporary Native Art / Manuela Well-Off-Man-- Connective Tissue's Material Threats / Lara M. Evans and Amber-Dawn Bear Robe-- Fibrous Futures : Beyond Erasure in the Works of Brian Jungen, Velma Kee Craig, and Ashley Browning / Molly McGlennen-- Shifting : The Immateriality of Cultural Continuity / Tania Willard-- Artist Statements, Biographies and Artworks (Natalie Ball, Ashley Browning, Kelly Church, Melissa Cody, Velma Kee Craig, Wally Dion, Anita Fields, Nicholas Galanin, David Gaussoin, David Hannan, Merritt Johnson, Brian Jungen, Marlowe Katoney, Sonya Keliher-Combs, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Amy Malbeuf, Melissa Melero-Moose, Meghann O'Brien, Mark Preston, Charlene Vickers, Marie Watt, and Tania Willard)-- Illustrated Exhibition Checklist-- Contributor Biographies-- Selected Bibliography-- Photo Credits.
Summary, etc.:
"This exhibition catalog features contemporary Native American artists who integrate various forms of fiber art media and methods to make their statements and to attain their visions ... The contemporary artists in Connective Tissue are respectful of the rich traditions and history of this art form and medium."--Patsy Phillips (from Introduction of Connective Tissue : New Approaches to Fiber in Contemporary Native Art).
Subject: Art, Modern.
Fiberwork > 21st century.
Textile artists > North America.
Indian art > North America > 21st century.
Indigenous art > North America > 21st century.

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