Tracing History 

Chris Pappan and Ryan Singer look at Native American history in remarkably different ways

Chris Pappan grew up in Flagstaff, and the map of Arizona undergirds much of his art. There's a reason for that. A map, the Indian artist says, is a "record of lands stolen and swindled." "Water No Get Enemy," one of 15…

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