"Lewis & Clark Territory: Contemporary Artists Revisit Place, Race and Memory"
"Lewis & Clark Territory: Contemporary Artists Revisit Place, Race and Memory"

"Lewis & Clark Territory: Contemporary Artists Revisit Place, Race and Memory"

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Foreword by Janeanne A. Upp

Essays by Thomas Haukaas and Rock Hushka

Tacoma Art Museum, in association with the University of Washington, released this full-color catalogue documenting Lewis and Clark Territory: Contemporary Artists Revisit Place, Race and Memory to commemorate the journey of Lewis and Clark from 1804 to 1806. To celebrate this historic journey, the museum organized this exhibition featuring 78 works by 30 artists. This collection of works inspires an intellectual exercise that asks viewers to consider how place, race and memory reverberate across the span of two centuries. Artists featured in this catalogue include Anne Appleby, Michael Brophy, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, and Terry Toedtemeier.

Published in conjunction with the exhibition Lewis and Clark Territory: Contemporary Artists Revisit Place, Race and Memory. The exhibition appeared at Tacoma Art Museum from February 12 through June 6, 2004 before continuing on a national tour.

80 pages

Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"

60 color illustrations

39 black and white photographs

Softcover, 2004

Published by Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma