|Title||Buffalo Boy at Burning Man: Camp, Mourning and the Forgiving of History in the Work of Adrian Stimson|
|Created by:||Lynne Bell|
|Description:||Discusses the many themes, including forgiveness, which run through the versatile artist's work and discusses the exhibition held at the University of Saskatchewan entitled Buffalo Boy's Heart On: Buffalo Boy's 100 Years of Wearing His Heart on His Sleeve.|
|Citation:||Canadian Art, Vol. 24, No. 2, Summer, 2007, pp. 44-48.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Biography & Autobiography > Artists
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|Names:||Bell, Lynne [Find offline items]