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a| 9780520300811 q| hardcover ; q| alkaline paper
a| 0520300815 q| hardcover ; q| alkaline paper
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a| E78.C15 b| W515 2019
a| 704.03/97 2| 23
a| When I remember I see red : b| American Indian art and activism in California / c| edited by Frank LaPena and Mark Dean Johnson with Kristina Perea Gilmore, associate editor ; with essays by Janeen Atoine [and seven others].
a| Oakland, California : b| University of California Press, c| 
a| 176 pages : b| illustrations (chiefly color) ; c| 30 cm
a| text b| txt 2| rdacontent
a| still image b| sti 2| rdacontent
a| unmediated b| n 2| rdamedia
a| volume b| nc 2| rdacarrier
a| Includes bibliographical references and index.
a| Foreword / W. Richard West Jr. -- Introduction : the continuity of change : the fifth world / Frank LaPena -- Artists section -- Still here / Malcolm Margolin -- Reflecting the creative spirit / Julian Lang -- San Francisco's American Indian contemporary arts, a personal narrative / Janeen Antoine -- A critical site : American Indian art in California / Nicolas G. Rosenthal -- American Indian art at the Crocker Art Museum / Scott A. Shields -- Identity matters in contemporary art by indigenous women / Kristina Perea Gilmore -- California's community-based American Indian artists / Mark Dean Johnson -- Timeline of selected governmental policies and Indian activism, community cultural development, and visual art milestones / Janeen Antoine and Mark Dean Johnson.
a| "This exhibition was initially conceived by Frank LaPena, a key figure in California's Native fine art movement since the 1960's. Co-organized with Mark Johsnon, and with the assistance of curatorial staff at the Crocker Art Museum and the Autry Museum, the catalogue will feature profiles of the artists, an art historical timeline, and contextual essays by Native American scholars including FrankLaPena, Julian Land, Franklin Tuele, and Janeen Antoine. The exhibition and its accompanying catalogue will spotlight the activisit dimension in California Indian art since the 1960's. Exhibition themes include: a political interest to address history and confront erasure, an environmental postionality that considers the subtle force of balance in nature in relation to contemporary imbalances; activist employment of symbols and language that signal indigenous difference in world view; an engagement with reanimating ideas drawn from myth and ritual; and a commitment to reflecting the real issues in contemporary society and the struggle to overcome internalized trauma. The catalogue will feature the work of 20 artists and will include discussion of an additional 20 artists within the essay content"-- c| Provided by publisher.
a| Indian art z| California y| 20th century v| Exhibitions.
a| Indian art x| Political aspects y| 20th century v| Exhibitions.
a| Art indien d'Amérique z| Californie y| 20e siècle v| Expositions.
a| Art indien d'Amérique x| Aspect politique y| 20e siècle v| Expositions.
a| Indian art. 2| fast 0| (OCoLC)fst00969029
a| California. 2| fast 0| (OCoLC)fst01204928
a| 1900-1999 2| fast
a| Exhibition catalogs. 2| fast 0| (OCoLC)fst01424028
a| LaPena, Frank R., e| editor.
a| Johnson, Mark Dean, d| 1953- e| editor.
a| Gilmore, Kristina Perea, e| editor.
a| 321344 b| 20191010 c| 50.00 d| 50.00 e| fine f| fin g| 1 i| Worldwide Books AP x| WAPF 10/10/2019