34th American Indian Art Show MARIN presents Special Presentation Of The Historic Work Of Edward Curtis
Exhibit & presentation of the work of photographer EDWARD CURTIS at the 2018 American Indian Art Show|Marin. Beginning in the late 1800s and continuing over the next thirty years, Curtis took over 40,000 images and recorded rare ethnographic information from over eighty American Indian tribal groups, ranging from the Eskimo or Inuit people of the far north to the Hopi people of the Southwest
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Curtis's birth, Paul Unks, of Mountain Hawk Fine Art will be exhibiting restored photogravures and gold tones of Curtis's masterworks at the 2018 American Indian Art Show|Marin. He will also give a special presentation on Curtis and the Native Americans, as well as a "How it's Made" printing workshop showing the art and craft of how Curtis made, and now Unks makes, highly specialized photogravures and gold tones.
Presentation; "The Life and Times of the Shadow Catcher" February 18th @ 10 am.
Printing Workshop; February 18th @ 2 pm.
The American Indian Art Show will open Saturday, February 17, from 9am to 11am, with a $35-per-person benefit preview for MarinLink, a community resource and nonprofit incubator. The show will then be open to the public from 11am to 5pm Saturday, and 11am to 4pm Sunday, February 18. General admission is $18 per person, with tickets available at the door. Special discounts are available by visiting American Indian Art Show website.