"Art for an Undivided Earth is a landmark in thinking about Native American art and offers a great deal to everyone working on the contribution of indigenous artists to the modernities that coexisted within twentieth-century modern art. An outstanding work." — Terry Smith, author of One and Five Ideas: On Conceptual Art and Conceptualism
"Art for an Undivided Earth reframes Native American art history in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, revising our understanding of modernism and contemporary art. Highlighting Native North American artists as key figures for imagining the global contemporary, Jessica L. Horton demonstrates that the much-celebrated ‘global turn’ has in fact characterized Native North American experience and cultural production since 1492. Based on exhaustive and imaginative research, this book should transform the field and help change the way that Native American artists are understood and taught." — Bill Anthes, author of Edgar Heap of Birds
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