The stunning imagery created at Piedras Negras was produced for cultural and ceremonial purposes, but Maya expert Clancy argues that its enduring artistic value cannot be ignored.
Subjects: AnthropologyArchaeologyHistoryLatin AmericaArt
In this lavishly illustrated book, Paglia focuses on the history of abstraction in Colorado, and Chandler's essays document the artistic development and vision of more than fifty contemporary artists.
This multidisciplinary study analyzes the visual, linguistic, and cultural significance of the imagery used by the Moche in their ceramics and murals.
The many contributions of this early expert on Pueblo Indian anthropology and art are highlighted by two of his descendants.
This beautifully produced catalog showcases the work of thirty-eight contemporary artists from northeast and central Florida.
A chronological overview of important art, sculpture, and architectural monuments of colonial Latin America within the economic and religious contexts of the era.
Subjects: ArtHistoryLatin America
Anna Tomczak's iconic tableaux have been featured in exhibitions and collections at numerous major photography and art museums.
This fascinating rediscovery of Josephine Foard highlights her work at Laguna Pueblo beginning in 1899 and her efforts to improve and market pueblo pottery for the Lagunas' economic benefit.
Subjects: American IndiansArtHistory
This overview of the rich vein of contemporary art in Colorado highlights the varied work created in response to the natural beauty of the state.
When you hold a Pueblo pot in your hands, you feel a tactile connection through the clay to the potter and to centuries of tradition. You will find no better guide to this feeling than Talking with the Clay.
Subjects: ArtAmerican Indians