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Guarani Filmmaker Sharing More Than Just Films
“We, Guaranis, consider ourselves a nation without frontiers; my work is to show through movies, what territory means to us,” explains filmmaker Ariel Ortega, whose name in Guarani...
Following the Calling: Brazilian Huni Xui shaman Iba Shares Peoples Culture Through Art
By Dominique Godrèche
Iba, a Huni Xui shaman from Amazonia, realized, over time, that he could not recall the ayahuasca songs that his father was transmitting him, and that this knowledge was going to b...
Virgil Ortiz Brings Pueblo Pottery to Paris
New Mexico artist Virgil Ortiz, from Cochiti Pueblo, recalls, “I learned pottery with my mother; my siblings and I never knew it was our work...
Art of World’s Indigenous on Display in Paris
The work is often referred to as naïve, primitive or self-taught and often left out of exhibitions around the world, but for one exhibit some 50 artists from around the world inclu...