People of the Dancing Sky
People of the Dancing Sky documents the Iroquois Six Nations Confederacy with its individual and unique traditions rooted in Nature and the ancient past.
The harmony between the Iroquois People and their natural environment are depicted in their ceremonial clothing, symbols, and activities. People of the Dancing Sky is a rare personal insight into the exclusive collaboration between photographer Myron Zabol and the Iroquois Six Nations Confederacy.
Travelling exhibitions from this series of portraits will be permanently archived and administered by Canada's National Gallery, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography and curated by the Iroquois Woodland Cultural Center in Brantford, Ontario.
The body of work consists of sixty fine art prints from the book, People of the Dancing Sky. These archival numbered limited edition prints, size 20" x 24", are printed on silver bromide fiber base paper, selenium toned. A series of limited edition prints are available.
84 Chemin du Vieux-Moulin