An Indigenous Present

  • An Indigenous Present
  • An Indigenous Present
  • An Indigenous Present
  • An Indigenous Present
  • An Indigenous Present
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This landmark volume is a gathering of Native North American  contemporary artists, musicians, filmmakers, choreographers, architects,  writers, photographers, designers and more. Conceived by Jeffrey  Gibson, a renowned artist of Mississippi Choctaw and Cherokee descent, An Indigenous Present  presents an increasingly visible and expanding field of Indigenous  creative practice. It centers individual practices, while acknowledging  shared histories, to create a visual experience that foregrounds diverse  approaches to concept, form and medium as well as connection,  influence, conversation and collaboration. An Indigenous Present foregrounds transculturalism over affiliation and contemporaneity over outmoded categories.

Artists include:  Neal Ambrose-Smith, Teresa Baker, Natalie Ball, Laakkuluk Williamson  Bathory, Rebecca Belmore, Andrea Carlson, Nani Chacon, Raven Chacon,  Dana Claxton, Melissa Cody, Chris T. Cornelius, Lewis deSoto, Beau Dick,  Demian DineYazhi’, Wally Dion, Divide and Dissolve, Korina Emmerich,  Ka’ila Farrell-Smith, Yatika Starr Fields, Nicholas Galanin, Raven  Halfmoon, Elisa Harkins, Luzene Hill, Anna Hoover, Sky Hopinka, Chaz  John, Emily Johnson, Brian Jungen, Brad Kahlhamer, Sonya Kelliher-Combs,  Adam Khalil, Zack Kahlil, Kite, Layli Long Soldier, Erica Lord, Cannupa  Hanska Luger, Tanya Lukin Linklater, James Luna, Dylan McLaughlin,  Meryl McMaster, Caroline Monnet, Audie Murray, New Red Order, Jamie  Okuma, Laura Ortman, Katherine "KP" Paul/Black Belt Eagle Scout,  Postcommodity, Wendy Red Star, Eric-Paul Riege, Cara Romero, Sara  Siestreem, Rose B. Simpson, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Hulleah J.  Tsinhnahjinnie, Anna Tsouhlarakis, Arielle Twist, Marie Watt, Dyani  White Hawk and Zoon a.k.a. Daniel Glen Monkman. 

  • Editor: Jeffrey Gibson 
  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: DelMonico Books 2023
  • 448 pages, 12" x 9.5"
  • 387 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781636811024 
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