Alaska Native artists present traditional stories and aesthetics in innovative, contemporary ways in this new exhibition curated from the Anchorage Museum collection. The 31 artworks in “Re/Marks” span the 1970s until the present, following the development of contemporary Alaska Native art from early prints and paintings to recent photography and sculpture. The artists reinterpret images, reinvent methods and remark upon the intersections of history and identity, both personal and cultural.
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Anchorage, AK 99501
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