The narrative of American art is filled with stories of artists who were not part of the mainstream. Until the 1960s, Indigenous painters were viewed as folk or traditional art, Fritz Scholder and TC Cannon changed all that.
They changed the way we view Native American art by departing from a traditional approach and breaking into the realm of POP art and becoming part of a cultural revolution, but these two artists had a complex relationship that remains controversial. This talk examines the lives and work of two important figures in American 20th century painting.
running time: 50 min