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AUGUST 2018:
Major Cultural Legacy Donated To 12 U.S. Tribal Colleges >

JULY 2018:
The North American Indian Reference Edition Released >

AUGUST 2016:
The North American Indian Limited Edition Released >

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THE SPIRIT HUNTER By David Mahony

Published in Artful Living, May 2018
Forty years is a long time to devote to another person. A commitment of that intensity would be difficult to sustain if the relationship didn’t offer substantial rewards. Christopher Cardozo, who has dedicated the past four decades to collecting and disseminating the work of celebrated Wisconsin son Edward S. Curtis, has no doubt that the benefits he has reaped have more than repaid his efforts. VIEW ARTICLE >

 

 


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. VIEW ARTICLE >

 

 

 

 


EDWARD S. CURTIS AND THE REALLY BIG DREAM By Darren Quintenz

Published in Cowboys And Indians Magazine | February + March 2018 Edition
On the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great 20th-century photographer and ethnologist, and the landmark republication of his masterwork, we talk about the life and legacy of Edward Curtis with noted expert Christopher Cardozo. VIEW ARTICLE >

 

 

 

 


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. VIEW ARTICLE >