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In pictures: See works from the NGC's Sakahan exhibition

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Beau Dick Tsonokwa Mask, 2007 (red cedar, horse hair, acrylic paint) Collection of Michael Audain and Yoshiko Karasawa

Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery/ Sakahàn: Indigenous International Art

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Toru Kaizawa Identity 1, 2011 (Katsura tree), Foundation for Research and Promotion of Ainu Culture, Sapporo, Japan

NGC/Sakahàn: Indigenous International Art

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Jamasee Padluq Pitseolak Handcuffs, 2011 (stone, caribou antler), National Gallery of Canada

NGC/Sakahàn: Indigenous International Art

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Jimmie Durham Encore tranquillité (Calm Again) 2008 (fibreglass stone, airplane), National Gallery of Canada

Roman März/ Sakahàn: Indigenous International Art

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Richard Bell Life on a Mission, 2009 (acrylic on canvas) National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

NGC/ Sakahàn: Indigenous International Art

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Vernon Ah Kee Cantchant (wegrewhere), 2009 (video, 12 painted surfboards, nine acrylic paintings on canvas) National Gallery of Canada

NGC/Greg Hill/Sakahàn: Indigenous International Art

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Marie Watt Three Sisters: Cousin Rose, Sky Woman, Four Pelts and All My Relations/ detail, 2007 (stacked and folded wool blankets, salvaged cedar) Seattle Art Museum

Marie Watt/Sakahàn: Indigenous International Art

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