NATIVE AMERICAN ART at DARTMOUTH
Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art
Publisher: University Press of New England
First Edition, hardcover with slip jacket, 2011, 196 pages. Beautifully illustrated. Excellent condition
From the slip cover
Native American Art at Dartmouth is the fourth in a series of comprehensive exhibitions and catalogues showcasing the permanent collection. This fully illustrated catalogue features contributions by the show’s guest curators—George P. Horse Capture Sr., Joe D. Horse Capture, and Joseph M. Sanchez—as well as Dartmouth professor Colin G. Calloway, Hood assistant curator Karen S. Miller, and a number of specialists in the Native American art and culture of various regions of the country. The book integrates traditional and contemporary art practice, and features work by former Dartmouth artists-in-residence Allen Houser, Fritz Scholder, T. C. Canon, and Bob Haozous, as well as a newly commissioned series of works by Dartmouth graduate Mateo Romero.
The catalog features art from the Artic/Subarctic; Northwest Coast; Plateau and California; Southwest; Plains; Woodlands, Southeast; and Basketry.