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Through January 5

Indian Country: The Art of David Bradley

David Bradley (Minnesota Chippewa) challenges stereotypes about Native people, places, and events with artworks that tell stories and histories not often heard by non-Native people nor understood from an Indigenous perspective. On view are approximately 35 pieces — paintings, mixed media works, and bronze sculptures — that span his career and illustrate his worldview with the hope of exposing sociopolitical realities relevant to Native people and overcoming social injustice. Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles, 323.667.2000,

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