- JUNE 2013 -
- Native Americans
- Apulian Americans
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- The beautiful West
- Let’s Eat Italian
- New York - New York
- Italian American World
- New York Exhibitions
by Emanuele Arciuli The artist, of Cherokee origin – who at the moment has a personal exhibition at the Teatro Margherita in Bari, until August 31 – is perhaps the only, among Native Americans, to have had success in Europe as an artist tout court, with participation in events such as Documenta Kassel and the Venice Biennale June 2013
by Emanuele Arciuli Born in Montana but resident in New Mexico, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith breaks the clichés of the traditional world and the way of depicting the horses of the Indians.
Art as political commitment and a unique pictorial trait, always pervaded with irony April 2013
by Emanuele Arciuli Born in an artistic family and with a great talent for drawing, Kevin Red Star received his education in the 60’s from the great teachers of the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe.
In his art we find an almost dreamlike dimension but also subtle irony March 2013
by Emanuele Arciuli Romero is one of the most successful painters in the South West and deals with various subjects: imperialism, war, the invasion of territory but also ceremonial scenes of the community or portraits of friends January 2013
by Emanuele Arciuli Starting this month in Bridge the portraits of Native American artists care of pianist Emanuele Arciuli, expert in Native American art.
An overwhelming passion which was born ten years ago of an encounter with the paintings of Gerald Cournoyer December 2012
Indian Market and Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival Art and music come together in the heart of New Mexicoby Emanuele Arciuli The pianist from Bari, specialist in pieces dedicated to Native Americans, comments on the great fair of Santa Fe which is dedicated to their art, and tells of his concert which opened the event October 2012
In Madeleine Gehrig's lovely photographic reportage of the 2012 edition of the Show dedicated to the Historic American Indian Tribal and Ethnographic Art: jewels, bags, clothes, blankets, vases and lots more… October 2012
by Lorena Carbonara His monumental photographic work documented a world heading towards extinction.
From the chiefs on horseback in their plumed headdresses to the life on the reservations July 2012
by Lorena Carbonara Nucleus expanded to include those who share the same vision of the world rather than the group of father, mother and offspring.
The proposal for a new model of society through the analysis of tribal cultures and pre-western ones in The Sacred Hoop, by the Native American writer Paula Gunn Allenb June 2012
by Lorena Carbonara She was the first Native American woman to master the language of the “whites” perfectly.
In 1883 she publishes her autobiography, a precious text in the understanding of the encounter/clash between a misleading culture and one which struggles to survive May 2012
by Lorena Carbonara A haircut, the substitution of traditional costumes with a uniform, a ban on speaking the native language or professing their creed were among the rules for the Native American children who, at the end of the 19th century, first set foot in Boarding Schools.
Practices aimed at eradicating or what historian D.W. Adams defined “education for extinction” April 2012