Oxendine, Lloyd E. “23 Contemporary Indian Artists.” Art in America 60.4 (July-August 1972): 58-60+.
Brief mention. See p. 60, a photograph of a mixed-media work by Lumbee artist Lloyd Oxendine. The latter founded American Art (the country’s first gallery dedicated to contemporary Indian artists) and directed Native North American Artists, the first national association for them. Some of his works are reproduced in Dial (entry 58).
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