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nomad bahané: photographs of the Trek by Venaya Yazzie (dine'/ hopi) in the Delaney Library
nomad bahané: photographs of the Trek by Venaya Yazzie (dine'/ hopi) in the Delaney Library

nomad bahané: photographs of the Trek by Venaya Yazzie (dine'/ hopi) in the Delaney Library

June 19, 2014 - May 2015

nomad bahané: photographs of the Trek by Venaya Yazzie, concerns the 21st century migration of a Navajo/Hopi woman’s nomad story. As an artist, Yazzie travels within the borders of many American Indian reservations in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado. Her images tell a visual story of her gaze at the natural environment, her Indigenous people and their ancient cultural adornment practices.

The exhibit at the Delaney Southwest Research Library was the inaugural exhibition of a series, which rotates annually and feature a regional artist whose works reflect the landscape, people and heritage of the Southwest.

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