LABOR OF LOVE
By Michael Clawson
Published in Western Art Collector, Issue #107, July 2016
Edward S. Curtis’ magnum opus, The North American Indian, gets a masterful republication in honor of the photographer’s sesquicentennial.
EDWARD S. CURTIS AND THE REALLY BIG DREAM
By Darren Quintenz
Published in Cowboys And Indians Magazine | February + March 2018 Edition
EDWARD S. CURTIS: ONE HUNDRED MASTERWORKS
A New Book And Exhibition Select The Best Of The Best From One Of The Great Achievements In Photographic History
By Mollie Jamison
Published in Cowboys & Indians, February 2016
His is one of the most well-known stories in the history of photography. His body of work is also one of photography’s greatest achievements. Edward S. Curtis spent most of his working life documenting what he feared were vanishing peoples, risking—and losing—nearly everything to see his opus, The North American Indian, to completion. More than a century later, his legendary work seems inexhaustible in the fascination and information it holds.