Photographs by Andrea Geyer. Introduction by Janet Catherin Berlo.
Walther Konig, 2008. 138 pp., 40 black & white illustrations., 11½x8½".
This amply footnoted collection of black-and-white photographs and texts by the German artist Andrea Geyer investigates and deconstructs the histories of several Native American tribes. Essayist Janet Catherine Berlo writes, 'The pleasure of this work resembles the pleasure of travel through an unfamiliar landscape: sometimes arduous, and often filled with surprise and ephiphany.'
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