Taku Transformer I/II
EXHIBITION:Alano Edzerza: MOVING FORWARD
The Taku River is a river running from British Columbia, Canada, to the northwestern coast of North America, at Juneau, Alaska. Its mouth coincides with the Alaska-British Columbia border. The Tahltan tribal nation–of which Edzerza is a part–counts tributaries of the Taku as part of their ancestral homeland.
Taku Transformer I and II sell separately.
This work will be on loan to the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) for their exhibition, “Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Re-Imagined in Glass”. The work is available to acquire through our gallery, but will remain on loan until the end of the exhibition.