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by Truman Lowe
Publisher: Natl Museum of the Amer Indian; First Edition edition (September 1, 2004)
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Native Modernism book. Sculptor and painter Allan Houser also forged a unique path that redefined the way art by Native Americans is viewed and understood.
Native Modernism book. Mission to the United Nations, has become a worldwide symbol of peace.
2 ARTISTS native modernism Grand Porch Band of the Chippewa. The argument of the book is that Native American artists can be modernists who use their heritage to create something new and in dialogue with modernism. Abstract expressionist. Allan Houser-Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache-1914 to 1994. George Morrison created wood paintings where the horizon line speaks to his connection to Lake Superior. Allan Houser sculptures united Native American content and the techniques of modernist sculpture. It's beautifully illustrated and includes a history on the emergence of Native Modernism.
art, Native American art history, and cultural identity
Native Modernism: The Art of George Morrison and Allan Houser Format: Paperback Authors: Truman Lowe ISBN10: 0295984678 Published: 2004-10-01 Native Modernism: The Art of George Morrison and Allan Houser showcases magnificent paintings, drawings, and sculptures by two highly acclaimed artists. In this groundbreaking, beautifully illustrated book, distinguished Native American writers and scholars provide a fascinating exploration of Morrison's and Houser's work in the context of contemporary art, Native American art history, and cultural identity
Apache Cradleboard is a bronze sculpture created c. 1994 by Allan Houser. The form of the sculpture is in Houser’s signature style-a blend of modernist styles and Native American art and subject matter.
Apache Cradleboard is a bronze sculpture created c. Houser’s figures are highly stylized and don’t represent any one particular person which allow them to represent Southwest and Plains Native American cultures as a whole.
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Native Modernism explores the work of George Morrison and Allan Houser, the most prominent . artists of a formative generation in Native American art. Working from the mid-1930s to the late 1990s, each rebelled against ideas of what Native art must look like to evolve a personal and original style. George Morrison was a painter of color and light. As he traveled from his birthplace in Minnesota to New York and beyond, his evolving interest in Euro-American art resulted in an individualistic and vibrantly colorful form of abstract expressionism. Allan Houser is best known as a sculptor, and.
The Art Of George Morrison And Allan Houser. Published September 2004 by National Museum of American Indian.
NATIVE MODERNISM AND THE ART OF GEORGE MORRISON AND ALLAN HOUSER - Friday at 6:30 . Museum curator Truman Lowe talks about the place of Native modernism in the American art canon. A reception and gallery viewing follows. In conjunction with a full-day symposium on the same subject: Saturday, 9 .