"Margot Real Bird" Print by Adam Sings In The Timber
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Celebrate the bravery, strength, and vitality of the Apsáalooke culture with Apsáalooke Women and Warriors, a special exhibition at the Field Museum. Created in partnership with the Apsáalooke people (also known as the Crow) from the Northern Plains of the United States, Apsáalooke Women and Warriors is an immersive exhibition exploring the history, values, and beliefs of this native community.
- Size: 11" W x 14" H
- Margot Real Bird, Apsáalooke by Adam Sings in the Timber, 2019
About Adam Sings In The Timber
Adam Sings In The Timber is an Apsáalooke/Crow photojournalist and portrait photographer currently based in Providence, RI. Originally from Billings, MT, Sings In The Timber travels all over the US documenting Native American people through photography while also making portraits for his "Indigenizing Colonized Spaces" portrait series.