Perspectives and parallels : expanding interpretive foundations with American Indian curators and writers / Tweed Museum of Art ; catalogue design and cover artwork by Catherine Meier.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Duluth, MN : Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth, [2014]
  • ©2014
Description
51 pages : color illustrations, color portraits ; 25 x 29 cm.

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Summary note
Perspectives and Parallels: Expanding Interpretive Foundations was conceived as the first programmatic steps to address the history of underrepresented indigenous populations in the artworld and to create a platform upon which Native Perspectives on the Tweed Museum Collection could be expressed according to the voices and vision of Native artists, scholars and curators. The catalog details three exhibitions curated by emerging Native American artists and scholars, along with the Symposium which wrapped up this three year project.
Notes
"This catalogue is printed in an edition of 1,250 as a culminating document of the Perspectives and Parallels: Expanding Interpretive Foundations with American Indian Curators and Writers program that included the exhibitions: Mni Sota: Reflections of Time and Place (May 29-August 26, 2012), curated by Dyani Whitehawk Polk; Encoded: Traditional Patterns/A contemporary Response (September 18, 2012-March 18, 2013), curated by John Hitchcock; Blood Memoirs: Exploring Individuality, Memory and Culture through Portraiture (September 13, 2013-March 17, 2014) curated by Amber-Dawn Bear Robe; and a collaborative symposium (March 4, 2014) with UMD Department of American Indian Studies, involving UMD Associate Professor Jill Doerfler, the project curators, and writers Joanna Bigfeather and Associate Professor University of California Santa Cruz Amy Lonetree"--Title page verso.
Contents
  • Origins of Perspectives and Parallels: Expanding Interpretive Foundations / Ken Bloom
  • On the Importance of Collaboration / Amy Lonetree
  • MNI SOTA: REFLECTIONS OF TIME AND PLACE. Curators' statement / Dyani White Hawk and Joe Horse Capture
  • ENCODED: TRADITIONAL PATTERNS/A CONTEMPORARY RESPONSE. Curator's statement / John Hitchock
  • Artist statements for Encoded artists
  • A curator's Perspective on the Exhibit Encoded: Traditional Patterns/A Contemporary Response / Joanna Bigfeather
  • Critical Engagements with Collections: Contemporary Indigenous Artists at the Tweed Museum / Amy Lonetree
  • BLOOD MEMOIRS: EXPLORING INDIVIDUALITY, MEMORY AND CULTURE THROUGH PORTRAITURE. Curator's statement / Amber-Dawn Bear Robe
  • Interview with Amber-Dawn Bear Robe with Amy Lonetree and Joanna Bigfeather
  • SYMPOSIUM. Perspectives and Parallels Symposium / Jill Doerfler
  • A Symposium Exchange
  • Participant Bios
  • Acknowledgements.
  • Exhibiting artists of Mni Sota: Angeconeb (Canadian, Lac Seul First Nation Ojibwe, born 1955)
  • Greg Bellanger (American, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, born 1968)
  • Todd Bordeaux (American, Sicangu Lakota and Dakota, born 1968)
  • Carol Charging Thunder (American, Oohenunpa and Oglala Lakota, born 1952)
  • Pat Kruse (American, Red Cliff Band and Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, born 1971)
  • Denise K. Lajimodier (American, Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe, born 1951)
  • Orvilla Longfox (American, Assiniboine Sioux, born 1956)
  • Melvin Losh (American, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, ca. 1952)
  • Cheryl Minnema (American, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, 1973)
  • Wanesia Spry Misquadace (American, Fond Du Lac Band of Ojibwe, 1973)
  • Norval Morrisseau (Canadian, Anishinaabe First Nations, 1932-2007)
  • Sandra Panachyse (American, Canupawakpa Dakota and Mishkeegogamang Ojibwe, born 1972)
  • Joe Savage (American, Fond Du Lac Band of Ojibwe, born 1954)
  • Chholing Taha (American, Cree First Nations, born 1948)
  • Cecile Taylor (American, Spirit Lake Dakota and Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe, born 1967)
  • Wanbli Koyake (Francis Yellow) (American Itazipco Lakota, born 1954)
  • Gwen Westerman (American, Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota, born 1957)
  • Delina White (American, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, dob unavailable)
  • Bobby Wilson (American, Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota, born 1984).
  • Exhibiting artists of Encoded: Emily W. Arthur
  • Tom Jones
  • American Meredith
  • Henry Payer.
  • Exhibiting artists of Blood Memoirs: Lynne Allen (American, Standing Rock Sioux, born 1948)
  • Jamison Charles (Chas) Banks (American, Seneca-Cayuga and Cherokee of Oklahoma, born 1978)
  • Naomi Bebo (American, Ho-Chunk and Menominee, born 1979)
  • Frank Big Bear (American, White Earth, Minnesota, born 1953)
  • David P. Bradley (American, Ojibwe/Sioux, born 1954)
  • Federico Castellón (Spanish American, 1914-1971)
  • Philip Howard F. Evergood (American, 1901-1973)
  • Chris Eyre (American, Cheyenne/Arapaho, born 1968)
  • John Feather (American, Yankton Sioux, born 1956)
  • Vance Gellert (American, born 1944)
  • Cynthia Holmes (American, Ojibwe, born 1953)
  • Wing Young Huie (American, born 1955)
  • Sue Johnson (American, born 1957)
  • Anne Labovitz (American, born 1965)
  • Annie Liebovitz (American, born 1949)
  • Clara Gardner Mairs (American, 1878-1963)
  • Kent Monkman (Canadian, Cree, born 1965)
  • Luis González Palma (Guatemalan, born 1957)
  • Erik Quackenbush (American, born 1969)
  • Dieter Roth (Swiss, 1930-1998)
  • Fritz Scholder (American, Luiseno Pueblo, 1937-2005)
  • Sylvia Schuster (American, born 1944)
  • W. Eugene Smith (American, 1918-1978)
  • Adrian Stimson (Canadian, Siksika Nation (Blackfoot), born 1964)
  • Sarah Stone (American, born 1976)
  • Kay WalkingStick (American, Cherokee, born 1935)
  • Star Wallowing Bull (American, Ojibwe/Arapaho, born 1973)
  • Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987).
Other title(s)
  • Mni sota : reflections of time and place.
  • Encoded : traditional patterns/a contemporary response.
  • Blood memoirs : exploring individuality, memory and culture through portraiture.
ISBN
  • 1889523399 ((pbk.))
  • 9781889523392 ((pbk.))
OCLC
903057342
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