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Author: James Luna
ISBN13: 978-0920159705
Title: James Luna: Indian legends, 1
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Language: English
Publisher: Walter Phillips Gallery (1993)
Pages: 25

James Luna: Indian legends, 1 by James Luna

Luna and James met at a party in October of last year. James was coming home from a year in Singapore and was ready to leave France again as soon as possible. On top of that they were both just out of serious relationships and only looking for fun. Nevertheless, every time they saw each other the connection between them grew stronger and they felt like they just wanted to spend all their time together doing the three things they enjoy most: traveling, cooking and fucking (of course). James moved in with Luna two months later.

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His work is best known for challenging the ways in which conventional museum exhibitions depict Native Americans. With recurring themes of multiculturalism, alcoholism, and colonialism, his work was often comedic and theatrical in nature James Luna. Luna was an active community member of the La Jolla Indian reservation. He served as the director of the tribe's education center in 1987, and the community was often a focal point of his photography and writing

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The Native American artist talks about his Take a Picture With a Real Indian performance. This past Columbus Day, performance artist James Luna stood in front of Washington, . s Union Station and invited people to take his picture. Katherine Fogden, NMAI, SI). By Jess Righthand. This past Columbus Day, he stood in front of Washington, . s Union Station and invited passersby to take.

He moved to the La Jolla Indian Reservation in 1975 and lives there today. Luna has taught art at the University of California, San Diego. Currently, he is a full-time academic counselor at Palomar College in San Marcos, California. I truly live in two worlds. This 'two world' concept once posed too much ambiguity for me, as I felt torn as to whom I was. In maturity I have come to find it the source of my power, as I can easily move between these two places and not feel that I have to be one or the other, that I am an Indian in this modern society

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