HOUSER and HAOZOUS—a Sculptural Retrospective


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Robert Breunig
  • Subject: Native American Art
  • Item # C4191G
  • Date Published: September 10, 1983 - May 1, 1984
  • Size: Softcover, exhibit catalog, 41 pages, illustrated, new condition
  • Price: $30.00

HOUSER and HAOZOUS—a Sculptural Retrospective

An exhibit at The Heard Museum, Phoenix

September 10, 1983 - May 1, 1984

Softcover, exhibit catalog, 41 pages, illustrated, new condition


From the Foreword:

The Heard Museum is pleased to present this catalogue and exhibition of the works of Allan Houser and Robert Haozous, two great American sculptors.

While each artist would merit a solo exhibition, we choose to put them together in order to experience their individualities and commonalities in the same physical setting. The combination of the two men's work encapsulates a range of themes relating not only to the Native American experience but also to the universal human condition.


“Human dignity is very important to me.  I feel that way towards all people, not just Indians . . . in my work, this is what I strive for—this dignity, this goodness that is in man.  I hope I am getting it across. If I am, then I am doing what I have always wanted.”

—Allan Houser


“I try to deal honestly and directly with reality in my art and that reality encompasses both ugliness and beauty.  I love the land and I love people and I hope that my work symbolizes this in my own individual way. My art is contemporary because I live in the present—but also adhere to the belief that one should be inner-directed and that art should reflect its pure source— the soul of its creator.”

—Robert Haozous

Robert Breunig
  • Subject: Native American Art
  • Item # C4191G
  • Date Published: September 10, 1983 - May 1, 1984
  • Size: Softcover, exhibit catalog, 41 pages, illustrated, new condition
  • Price: $30.00

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