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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.

Edited with introduction by Jeffrey Gibson. Text by Philip J. Deloria, Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil, Kite, Layli Long Soldier, Jarrett Martineau, Arielle Twist. Interviews with Candice Hopkins, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
Designed by Sébastien Aubin, Otami.

12 in H | 9.5 in W | 6.6 lb Wt
Hardcover, 448 pages, August 23, 2023