Indigenous Americans: Maya with Inca and Native North American Indians, photography of Jeffrey Jay Foxx
T'chin of the Blackfoot Nation explains the traditional Tipi to Willow Hai.
A view of the exhibition hall at the Hunan Provincial Museum.
Jeffrey Jay Foxx (right) explains the stories behind the photographs.
Hunan Provincial Museum
April - June 2013
The Hunan Provincial Museum played an integral role in the development of this exhibition. Without their support and vision, this ground-breaking exhibition of Native American culture and Art would never have reached Chinese shores. This show includes 200 photographs by Jeffrey Jay Foxx, which were taken over a 40 year period. The exhibit also includes 3 educational movies as well as pieces of Mayan weaving. This project is the first of its kind to share the lives of Indigenous Americans with the Chinese people. Hunan Provincial Museum attracted 60,000 visitors during a 2 month period.