Shop Talk Tribal Plus Contemporary

J. L.
February 2010
American Craft;Feb/Mar2010, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p15
An interview with Douglas Dawson, owner of the Douglas Dawson Gallery in Chicago, Illinois, is presented. Dawson discusses how the presentation of African, Asian and American ethnographic art at his gallery is influenced by contemporary art galleries and notes the inclusion of work by artists Frank Conner, Kiff Slemmons, Michael Jones and Larry Snider. He comments on the popularity of ancient tribal art.


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