Half Indian/Half Mexican
36 in HIGH x 24 in WIDE
(91.44 cm HIGH x 60.96 cm WIDE)

Gelatin silver print on fiber matte Ilford paper shows a self-portrait of artist James Luna in triptych form. The work is composed of three half-length portraits of the artist wearing a black sleeveless T-shirt. From left to right: (A) right profile view of the artist with long hair and no mustache; (B) frontal view of artist with both long hair and short hair and partial mustache; (C) left profile view of artist with hair cut short and no mustache.

per KTS: "James Luna is known as a performance and installation artist who explores how people are perceived in different cultures. In this work he explores his Mexican and Native American identity. Provenance: purchased from the artist. Triptych printed from artist's original negatives by Bob Hill, San Diego. See email correspondence from James Luna to Karen Tsujimoto, March 14, 2007 for display instructions.

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