Published by: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
Imprint: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
96 Pages | 9 x 12 | 89 color and 1 b&w illus.
This publication explores how Hopi artists express the relationship between traditional protocol, cultural beliefs, and artistic license. The essays provide a helpful introduction to the artistic diversity that expresses the culture and beliefs of the Hopi people and a narrative context for the full-color images of selected works from the 2013 exhibition. Works for the publication were drawn from the FJJMA’s permanent collections, including those given by James T. Bialac, University of Oklahoma President and Mrs. David L. Boren, Richard H. and Adeline J. Fleischaker, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Mansfield, Tom F. Meaders, and Rennard Strickland, as well as the Eugene B. Adkins Collection, which is jointly stewarded with the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa.