Marks in Place: Contemporary Responses to Rock Art
Marks in Place: Contemporary Responses to Rock Art. By Linda Conner; Rick Dingus; Steve Fitch; John Pfahl; Charles Roitz, University of New Mexico Press, 1988.
Prehistoric Native-American rock carvings as seen through the lenses of five contemporary photographers.
A photographic survey of the sacred carvings and paintings on rocks produced by pre-historic American Indian cultures--markings which remain powerful and beautiful today.
Originally funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the survey is a fascinating look at the magnetism of primitive markings and at their fragility in the face of modern development.
Secure binding and a lightly rubbed cover. 133 pages.