To Sleep, Perchance to Dream, 2005, by David Bradley��_��__��_��__ Acrylic on canvas, 18 x 34 in.
David Bradley often creates his vibrant social critique by skewering the commodification of Indian culture in art. In this, his take on Henri Rousseau��_��__��_s 1897��_��__��_��__Sleeping Gypsy, an Apache Indian��_��__��_s land is devoured by tourist development as he sleeps. Above, ��_��__��_��__��_��__Ghost Riders��_��__��_ herd clouds of cattle across the sky. Bradley is an enrolled member of the Minnesota Chippewa tribe and received training at the Institute of American Indian Art.
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