Tag: Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists

<i>Hearts of Our People</i> Represents the Artistic Power of Native Women From Past to Present

Hearts of Our People Represents the Artistic Power of Native Women From Past to Present

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04/10/2020

Content warning: This article references sexual assault and suicide. On the wall of the Renwick Gallery there is “Sunshine on a Cannibal.” Rectangular canvases placed closely together create a jarring visual of distorted culture. In this piece, Andrea Carlson reexamines the definition of “exotic,” creating one image from the art of various civilizations. In this…

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