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Art of world's Indigenous on display in Paris
by Dominique Godrèche
Indian Country Today Media Network Translate This Article
8 September 2012
On 8 September 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
The work is often referred to as naïve, primitive, or self-taught and often left out of exhibitions around the world, but for one exhibit some 50 artists from around the world, including Indigenous Peoples from Brazil, Mexico, and the United States, have the chance to showcase their work through 21 October. The exhibit Histoires de voir: Show and Tell at the non-profit Fondation Cartier in Paris, France welcomes a surprising mix of artists showcasing more than 400 works while launching a debate about naïve, traditional, primitive, or premier art.
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