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Gallery C in Chickasaw Country features the work of five Native American photographers from various tribal backgrounds.
Oklahoma City Gallery C Gallery It features work by five American photographers representing different tribes, including the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Pataumeque, Kiowa, and Otto Missouria.
Visual Novels: The First American Depiction Artists profiles Philip Busey JrAnd the Peggy FontenotAnd the Lester HarragarAnd the Kelly LangleyAnd the Jim Trosper. The installation, which will be on view until February 28, explores First American heritage and culture from different perspectives of their different backgrounds and tribal influences.
“It’s often said that the camera doesn’t lie, and this exhibition certainly offers a powerful glimpse into every subject, whether it’s a rural landscape, a tribal ceremony, or a breathtaking destination. These artists have done an amazing job of capturing Moments in time that also tell a whole story.”
Get to know the photographers
in 2002, Philip Busey Jr, a Cherokee native, first picked up the camera while participating in the Washington Native Student (WINS) internship program at American University in Washington, D.C. That led to a solo exhibition at Southwestern Oklahoma State University, where he was enrolled, and his fling. To become a staff photographer for…
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