Native American Art Magazine's first ever 'Paint, Paper & Photography issue dedicated to 2-dimensional art. Painter Ben Pease explores his culture as he moves his work into a more contemporary realm.
Native American Art Magazine Issue #32
University of North Carolina Press
With Pease's work on the cover this pathbreaking book documents the transformation of reproductive practices and politics on Indian reservations from the late nineteenth century to the present, integrating a localized history of childbearing, motherhood, and activism on the Crow Reservation in Montana with an analysis of trends affecting Indigenous women more broadly.
In der Prärie der Burgwiesenschule
"In the prairie of the Castle Meadow School"
During Ben's travel to Germany, he visited a school to preform and speak on Indian-ness. He then gifted an original painting to the school to act as a conduit for education on Native Americans.