September 2012
Santa Fe Reporter;9/5/2012, Vol. 39 Issue 36, p16
The article discusses the evolving notion of Native art in New Mexico. It explores the criticism of young and innovative Native artists like Cannupa Hanska Luger to the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts' limiting notion of a Native box, which lumps all Native artists under a set of formal and cultural obligations. It also looks at a contemporary art dialogue, as part of a larger critical dialogue, to define boundaries among commercial, contemporary and traditional Native art.


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