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When I Remember I See Red: California Native American Contemporary Art

September 21, 2016

Art Exhibition

Saturday, September 17, 2016 to Thursday, October 13, 2016

Fine Arts Building, Fine Arts Gallery at San Francisco State University

From their website: “This exhibition is the first historical survey of California-based modern and contemporary Native American art. When I Remember I See Red shows how contemporary Native American artists in California are reclaiming their identity and culture through provocative work that emphasizes the paradox of living in contradictory worlds, environmental issues, a commitment to remembering and more.”

Artists: Rick Bartow, Bob Benson, George Blake, Charley Burns, Richard Bluecloud Castaneda, Dalbert Castro, Kevin Cata (Mooshka), Gerald Clarke, Spencer Keeton Cunningham, Frank Day, Lewis de Soto, Mercedes Dorame, Harry Fonseca, Jaque Fragua, R.C. Gorman, Patrick Swazo Hinds, Jean LaMarr, Frank LaPena, James Luna, L. Frank Manriquez, Richard Mayhew, Leatrice Mikkelsen, Geri Montano, Rye Purvis, Wendy Red Star, Lyn Risling, Catherine Nelson Rodriguez, Fritz Scholder, Camille Seaman, Rabbett Strickland, Brian D. Tripp, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, Franklin Tuttle, Frohawk Two-Feathers, Joe Waano-Gano

For more information go here.

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