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"Don't Look Now" at Thread Waxing Space

Archives of American Art
A video walk-through of the exhibition by curator Joshua Decter. The exhibition was held at Thread Waxing Space between January 22 and February 26, 1994. Please note that at approximately 24 minutes and 21 seconds into the video, the camera's attention shifts to the work of an artist that was in another part of the exhibition space. This was a separate one-person (currently unidentified) artist's presentation and had nothing to do with "Don't Look Now". From the Thread Waxing Space records, 1980s-2001. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

"Dressing a deer, Pictured Rocks"

National Anthropological Archives
Pictured in an unidentified Ojibwa Indian man.

"Family of Crow Indians on the march"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 25 of an unidentified series.

"Feast of St. Stephen at Acoma"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number K92 of an unidentified series. The view is from inside the village.

"Feast of St. Stephen, Acoma"

National Anthropological Archives
A procession of Acoma is going through the village. The item is number J194 of an unidentified series. Number 1480 of Photo Lot 90-1 is the negative of this image.

"Feast of St. Stephen, Acoma"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is K93 of an unidentified series. The view is from inside the village.

"Feast of St. Stephen, Acoma"

National Anthropological Archives
A procession of Acoma is going through the village. The item is number J194 of an unidentified series. Number 1503 of Photo Lot 90-1 is the positive of this image.

"Four Bears, Sioux chief"

National Anthropological Archives
Studio view. The item is number 216 in an unidentified series.

"Gray Wolf and family in front of wigwam"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 319 (819?) in an unidentified series.

"Green Cloud, Winnebago Indian"

National Anthropological Archives
This item is number 223(?) in an unidentified series. Not sure if his name is Green because the item was damaged. He is posing with an American flag.

"Group of Indians on the Laramie River"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 49 of an unidentified series. Pictured are two males and a woman with a baby. One of the men is smoking a pipe.

"Group of Oglala Indians"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 86 of an unidentified series.

"Honani's daughter and child"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 102 in an unidentified series. The image was taken in August. The two people are peering out from a doorway.

"Indian Peace Commission staff at Fort Laramie"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 31 of an unidentified series.

"Indian Peace Commissioners"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 39 of an unidentified series. An unidentified Indian woman is posed with the commissioners.

"Indian chiefs, Pawnee"

National Anthropological Archives
Nine men are pictured, seven standing, two seated. The item is number 507 of an unidentified series.

"Indian children at Quapaw Mission, Indian Territory"

National Anthropological Archives
The photograph was taken in the vicinity of present day Quapaw, Oklahoma on the Quapaw Agency of Indian Territory. The item is number 118 of an unidentified series.

"Indian encampment near Fort Laramie"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 18 of an unidentified series.

"Indian encampment, Saratoga"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 273 of an unidentified series. The item is number 837 in the collection of Mrs. Hanson E. Weaver.

"Indian family"

National Anthropological Archives
Studio view. Pictured is an Ojibwa family dressed in European style clothing. The item is number 355 in an unidentified series.

"Indian girl and dog"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 48 of an unidentified series.

"Indian girl sewing in front of tipi"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 42 of an unidentified series.

"MINUTE MAID" Articulated Figure

Smithsonian American Art Museum

"Navaho blanket maker, New Mexico"

National Anthropological Archives
The item is number 759 of an unidentified series. The Navaho is working at the loom. His lodge is to the left.
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