Jimmie Durham: The Pinkerton Men & Bishop’s Moose

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Thu, Feb 22, 1990 through Thu, Mar 22, 1990

An installation using found and fabricated objects such as animal skulls, feathers, and written texts that the Native American intermedia artist Jimmie Durham uses to challenge our ideas about authenticity, culture and “Indian-ness” and to critically comment on the postmodern mainstream history of Manhattan and the New York art world.

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