Dealer Christopher Cardozo Replaces Gallery Space With The Curator's Eye The Curator’s Eye recently spoke with Christopher Cardozo of Christopher Cardozo Fine Art, based in Minneapolis, about the art dealing profession and how he goes about embracing change and expanding g
photographs are compelling and capture the essential nature of the Native American and the West, whether in landscape form like Canyon de Chelly, by close-up portrait as in A Zuni Governor, or a combination of the two like An Oasis in the Badlands - Sioux.
When asked to name his favorite piece by the artist he has spent so much time considering, Cardozo first acknowledged that it was an impossible question. Different works have stood out at different times, but “some continue to live well with him for forty years.” In particular, he “still looks at and still enjoys Canyon de Chelly,” a stunning Western landscape populated by small figures of Native Americans on horseback in iconic, sacred Navaho territory.
The online exhibition of photographs by Edward S. Curtis made available by Christopher Cardozo on The Curator's Eye can only continue to raise the profile of this extraordinary American photographer and invaluable documenter of the West.
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