First edition. 4to. Color, pictorial stiff wrappers, 24 pp., double column, acknowledgments, frontispiece, illustrated (many in color), Catalog of the items in the exhibit. An essay, by Sally Hyer titled Twentieth Century Painting From The Southwest in which she is concerned chiefly with art on paper as she draws attention th their power to evoke a sense of connectedness, one generation to another, the individual to the community,, and the ceremonial to the fabric of everyday life.
In the second essay, written by Melanie Herzog and titled Tradition, Continuity, and Change in American Indian Art, she urges us to discard the distinction between "art" and "craft," as entirely inappropriate to the cultures with which she is concerned.
Thought-provoking essays with each accompanied with some stunning art work. Fine, bright copy.
Inventory Number: 45978