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Shapeshifting : transformations in Native American art /

Karen Kramer Russell ; with Janet Catherine Berlo [and others] ; and contributions by Kathleen Ash-Milby [and others].

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Names: Kramer, Karen, | Berlo, Janet Catherine. | Ash-Milby, Kathleen E.
Published: Salem, Mass. : Peabody Essex Museum ; 2012.
Topics: Indian art - North America - Exhibitions. | Shapeshifting - Exhibitions. | Indian art - North America - Exhibitions. | Shapeshifting - Exhibitions.
Regions: North America.
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245 00|aShapeshifting :|btransformations in Native American art /|cKaren Kramer Russell ; with Janet Catherine Berlo [and others] ; and contributions by Kathleen Ash-Milby [and others].
246 30|aTransformations in Native American art
260 |aSalem, Mass. :|bPeabody Essex Museum ;|aNew Haven, Conn. :|bYale University Press,|c2012.
300 |a244 pages :|billustrations (chiefly color) ;|c30 cm
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500 |aCatalog of an exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass., Jan. 14-Apr. 29, 2012.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aRaising the bar / Karen Kramer Russell -- Changing. Expected evolution : the changing continuum / Bruce Bernstein -- Knowing. Time-honored expression : the knowing of native objects / Joe D. Horse Capture -- Locating. A shore without a horizon : locating by looking anew / Jessica L. Horton -- Voicing. Voicing : individuality, creativity, repetition, and change / Janet Catherine Berlo -- Famous long ago / Paul Chaat Smith.
505 8 |aArtists and their works included in the exhibition: 1. Kent Monkman (born 1965), Cree. Théâtre de Cristal, 2007 -- 2. Brian Jungen (born 1970), Dunne-Za Nation. Cetology, 2002 -- 3. Fritz Scholder (1937-2005), Luiseño. Monster Indian (from "Super Indians" series), 1968 -- 4. James Schoppert (1947-1992), Tlingit. Blueberries, 1986. -- 5. Nicholas Galanin (born 1979), Tlingit/Aleut. Tsu Heidei Shugaxtutaan (We will Again Open This Container of Wisdom That Has Been Left in Our Care), parts I and II, 2006 -- 6. Maria Martinez (1881-1980) and Julian Martinez (1879-1943), San Ildefonso Pueblo. Black-on-black jar, ca. 1938 -- 7. Awa Tsireh (1898-1955), San Ildefonso Pueblo. Koshare on Rainbow, ca. 1925-30 -- 8. Truman Lowe (born 1944), Ho-Chunk (Winnebago). Waterfall, 1999 -- 9. Charlie Willeto (1897-1964), Diné (Navajo). Pair of figures, 1960-64 -- 10. Pat Pruitt (born 1973), Laguna Pueblo. Hot Rod Fruit Bowl, 2009 -- 11. Virgil Ortiz (born 1969), Cochiti Pueblo. Untitled, 2005 -- 12. Ramona Sakiestewa (born 1948), Hopi. Nebula 22 and Nebula 23 (from "Nebula" series), 2009 -- 13. Kaigani Haida artist. Mask, ca. 1827 -- 14. Algonkian/Mi'kmaq artist. Side chair, 1860-80 -- 15. Roger John Tsabetsaye (born 1941), A:shiwi (Zuni). Coffee service, 1965 -- 16. Charles Loloma (1921-1991), Hopi. Cuff bracelet, 1982 -- 17. Oto artist. Faw Faw coat, ca. 1900-20 -- 18. Charles Edenshaw (ca. 1839-1920), Haida. Settee, ca. 1890 -- 19. Juana Basilia Sitmelelene (ca. 1782-1838), Barbareño Chumash (Santa Barbara). Basket tray, ca. 1820 -- 20. Unangax^ (Aleut) artist. Cape, ca. 1824-27 -- 21. John Hoover (born 1919), Aleut. Shaman's Tree of Life, 1985 -- 22. Dakota (Eastern Sioux) artist. Cradleboard, ca. 1840 -- 23. Nampeyo (ca. 1860-1942), Hopi. Polychrome jar, ca. 1925 -- 24. Rick Bartow (born 1946), Wiyot/Yurok. From Nothing Coyote Creates Himself, 2004 -- 25. Chaticks-si-Chaticks (Pawnee) artist. Double-sided drum, ca. 1890 -- 26. Hosteen Klah (1867-1937), Diné (Navajo). The Skies (from the Shootingway Chant), 1937 -- 27. Odawa (Ottawa) artist. Tabernacle, candlesticks, and antependium, 1840 -- 28. Hopewell artist. Hand, 100 BC-AD 400 -- 29. Algonquin artist. Pendant, 1500-1700 -- 30. Unangax^ (Aleut) artist. Hunting hat, ca. 1820s -- 31. Northeastern artist. Pouch, late 1600s-mid-1700s --32. Yup'ik artist. Mask representing walaunuk, early 1900s -- 33. Attributed to Arroh-a-och (ca. 1830s-1900), Laguna Pueblo. Jar, 1870-80 34. Harry Fonseca (1946-2006), Nisenan/Maidu/Hawaiian/Portuguese. When Coyote Leaves the Reservation (a portrait of the artist as a young Coyote), 1980 -- 35. Roxanne Swentzell (born 1962, Santa Clara Pueblo. Emergence of the Clowns, 1988 -- 36. Spiro Mound, Cahokian artist. Drinking cup, 1200-1400 -- 37. Upper Missouri River artist. Shield cover, ca. 1820 -- 38. Southeastern artist. Human-feline effigy, 700-1500 -- 39. Thomas Joshua Cooper (born 1946), Cherokee. A Premonitional Work Plymouth Sound -- Looking S., S.W. -- Hopefully, Towards the New World The Mayflower Steps, Plymouth Devon, England 1998-2001 (The Pilgrim Settlers left England forever, for the hope of new lives in the New World, on the Mayflower from this site)((Part 1, the top part of a 2-part vertical work) A Premonitional Work Plymouth Bay -- Looking N., N.W. -- Back, Towards the Old World Just Below Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Plymouth County, Massachusetts USA 2000-2001 (The Pilgrim Settlers, finally, landed the Mayflower around this spot -- and, at last, "arrived" and began to settle in the New World) (Part 2, the bottom part of a 2-part vertical work), 1998-2001 -- 40. Michael Belmore (born 1971), Ojibway. Placid 2011 -- 41. D.Y. Begay (born 1953), Diné (Navajo). Pollen Pat, 2007 -- 42. George Morrison (1919-2000), Grand Portage Band of Chippewas. Structural Landscape, 1952 -- 43. Jeffrey Gibson (born 1972), Choctaw/Cherokee. Camouiflage, 2004 -- 44. Tsimshian artist. House frontal totem pole, 1800s -- 45. Maria Allison (born 1980), Laguna Pueblo. Mother and Father, 2008-2009 -- 46. Kevin Pourier (born 1958), Lakota. Spoon, 2008 -- 47. Tlingit artist. Chilkat blanket, ca. 1832 -- 48. Rowell (Tahote) (1880-1927), Kowa; or Saubeodle or Hoygyohodle. Cradleboard, 1903 -- 49. T.C. Canon (1946-1978), Caddo/Kiowa. Who Shot the Arrow ... Who Killed the Sparrow ...?, 1970 -- 50. Richard Ray Whitman (born 1949), Euchee/Creek. States of Pervasive Indifference: Earth, Air, Fire, Water 1993 -- 51. Marcus Amerman (born 1959), Choctaw. Postcard, 2002 -- 51. Allan Houser (1914-1994), Chiricahua Apache. Dawn, 1989 -- 53. Erica Lord (born 1978), Iñupiaq/Athabaskan. Binary Selves, 2007 -- 54. Bently Spang (born 1960), Northern Cheyenne. War Shirt #1 (from "Modern Warrior" series), 1998 -- 55. Nisga'a artist. Mask, ca. 1850 -- 56. Nora Naranjo-Morse (born 1953), Santa Clara. The Way She Leans into Him, 2007 -- 57. Kevin Lee Burton (born 1979), Swampy Cree. Nikamowin (song), 2007 -- 58. Bear's Heart (1851-1882), Southern Tsistsistas (Cheyenne). Drawing book, tipi with dragonflies, ca. 1876 -- 59. Diego Romero (born 1964), Cochiti Pueblo. Iwo Jima Pot (from "Never Forget" series), 2001 -- 60. Diné (Navajo) artist. Tapestry, 1885-95 -- 61. Marie Watt (born 1967), Seneca. Column (Blanket Stories), 2003 -- 62. aida artist. Mask, 1850 -- 63. Dennis Cusick (ca. 1800-1824), Tuscarora. Church collection box 1821-22 -- 64. Jessie Oonark (1906-1985, Baker Lake. Untitled, ca. 1972 -- 65. Donald Varnell (born 1973), Haida. Immaculate Conception, 2008-11 -- 66. Simeon Stilthda (ca. 1799-1889), Haida. Sphinx, ca. 1875 -- 67. Penobscot artist. Powder horn before 1815. -- 68. Possibly Pokanoket Wampanoag artist. Ball-headed war club, ca. 1675. -- 69. Bob Haozous (born 1943), Chiricahua Apache. Wheel of Fortune, 2005 -- 70. Inoka artist. Robe, ca. 1700-50 -- 71. Larry McNeil (born 1955), Tlingit. Sacred Power Pole (from "Sacred Arts" series), 1998 -- 72. Dwayne Wilcox (born 1957), Oglala Lakota. After Two or Three Hundred Years You Will Not Notice, 2009 -- 73. Kay WalkingStick (born 1935), Cherokee. La Primavera, 2005 -- 74. Rebecca Belmore (born 1960), Anishinaabe. Fringe, 2008 -- 75. Judith Lowry (born 1948), Mountain Maidu/Hamawi Pit River/Washo. My Aunt Viola, 1996 -- 76. Jaune Quick-To-See Smith (born 1940), Salish/Kootenai. The Red Mean: Self-Portrait, 1992 -- 77. James Luna (born 1950), Puyoukitchum (Luiseño). The Artifact Piece, 1987.
520 |aPublic perception of Native American art and culture has often been derived from misunderstandings and misinterpretations, and from images promulgated by popular culture. Typically, Native Americans are grouped as a whole and their art and culture considered part of the past rather than widely present. This work challenges these assumptions by focusing on the objects as art rather than cultural or anthropological artifacts and on the multivalent creativity of Native American artists. The approach highlights the inventive contemporaneity that existed in all periods and continues today. More than 75 works in a wide range of media and scale are organized into four thematic groups: changing, expanding the imagination; knowing, expressing worldview; locating, exploring identity and place; and voicing, engaging the individual. The result is a paradigm shift in understanding Native American art.
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