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Four Decades: an Innocent Gesture

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  • Medium: softcover
  • Size: 11 × 9 inches, 96 pages
  • Reference Code: RD2009-07

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Four Decades documents one of the most influential projects and events in modern Canadian art history: Robert Davidson as an emerging 22-year-old artist, assisted by his brother Reg Davidson, carved and erected the first totem pole in Masset in over 100 years. The pole is publicly carved and becomes the focal point for the community including input from elders on historical pole raisings, apprenticeships for younger artists and a process that led to a full-scale modern potlatch at the completion.

Since this event, Robert has hosted many cultural events at great personal expense, time and research to both recreate historical traditions and to acknowledge contemporary issues, events and the contributions of individuals.

The book is self-published and includes personal and archival photographs documenting the event.

Other available artwork you might like by Robert Davidson:

Robert Davidson

Robert Davidson

CM, OBC, RCA

Haida

Tsahl Eagle Clan

(1946- )

Robert Davidson is one of the most decorated Canadian artists today. He has received such prestigious awards as the Order of Canada, the Order of British Columbia, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Canadian Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, and was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

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