This lushly illustrated book examines the cross-cultural influences and unique artistic dialogue between Hispano and Native American arts in the Southwest over the past 400 years since Spanish colonisation. Insightful essays by historians, artists, and scholars including Estevan Rael-Galvez, Lane Coulter, Enrique R Lamadrid, Marc Simmons, and others, explore the impact of cultural interaction on various art forms including painting, sculpture, metalwork, textiles, architecture, furniture and performance and ceremonial arts. Over 150 art works and photographs gathered from museums across the country are testimony to the unique South-western aesthetic that developed from this dynamic cultural exchange.
A propos de l'auteur:
William Wroth is the author and editor of numerous works on Hispanic and Indian arts, and a curator who specialises in the Hispanic and Native American traditional arts and cultures of the Southwest and Mexico. Robin Farwell Gavin is senior curator for the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art and consulting curator for El Rancho de las Golondrinas Museum in La Cienega, New Mexico.
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