Through an Interior View
This chapter looks at depictions of the landscape and environment by Native artist around where the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) is situated. The artists' relationship to the land is multilayered, encompassing personal and collective memory, history, and narrative. Their sources of inspiration range from the profound to the mundane and the past to the present. The museum's collection of art aims to show this diversity.
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