Dancing Sky Suite
Welcome to the world of the Iroquois, the Six Nations people who for centuries have lived a rich and proud history among the lakes, mountains, rivers and cities of southern Ontario, Quebec, and the American Northeast.
This innovative series of photographic portraits bring that history to life, showing
the Iroquois as they live today through the filter of their resilient traditions.
With Zabol's expertly captured images of faithkeepers, jingle dancers, chiefs, clan mothers, children, lacrosse champions, potters, teachers, award winning photographer Myron Zabol offers a unique view of the "People of the Longhouse" and their time-honored way of expressing spirituality through dress and decoration with their beliefs rooted in Nature and the ancient past.
THE BODY OF WORK
The body of work consists of fifty fine art prints from People of the Dancing Sky. These archival numbered limited edition prints are 20" x 24" in size and are produced on silver bromide fibre base paper, toned with selenium. The edition is limited to 15 prints and 5 artist proofs.
The exhibitions from this series of portraits are permanently archived and administered by Canada's National Gallery, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography in Ottawa, and curated by
The Iroquois Woodland Cultural Center in Brantford, Ontario.
The body of work has been accepted as part of the Cultural Properties of Canada.
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