Afterword: Looking back to Sakahàn

August 2013
Art Monthly Australasia;Aug2013, Issue 262, p13
Academic Journal
The article presents a reprint from an essay written by Greg Hill and presented in the exhibition catalog for the exhibition "Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art," which was held at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, in 2013. The article focuses on Indigenous contemporary art. Topics examined include art by the First Nations people of Canada, the work of the artist Teresa Margolles and the effects of colonialism on indigenous people.


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