Photographing Native America, featuring works by Zig Jackson
This spotlight features works by photographer and member of the Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara Nation, Zig Jackson (b. 1957) in conversation with early 20th-century photographs by Edward Curtis (1868-1952) and Adam Clark Vroman (1856-1914). In his work, Jackson challenges deeply ingrained popular concepts of Native Americans and encourages viewers to embrace the narratives that people tell us about themselves.
Curated by Mac Chambers ’19
This collection spotlight is made possible by a grant from The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation and the gifts of individual donors in support of Mount Holyoke College Art Museum's Diverse Voices Initiative