- ISBN 0981614213
- ISBN13 978-0981614212
- Publisher The Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History I
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The sculptures of world renowned Inuit artist Abraham Anghik Ruben. Arctic Journeys Ancient Memories – Smithsonian National Museum. 2012 Abraham Anghik Ruben at the Smithsonian National Museum.
The sculptures of world renowned Inuit artist Abraham Anghik Ruben. Exhibited at Smithsonian; collected by induviduals, corporations & part of public places. ART GALLERY OF ALGOMA June 6 to September 8, 2013. New ShawTV video – Art Gallery of Algoma Exhibition.
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Yet here she is, in a sculpture created by Abraham Anghik Ruben, a Canadian Inuit artist whose work has been collected in the exhibit Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian. The exhibit, which runs through Jan. 2, features 23 massive pieces rarely seen in the United States that depict the great seafaring legends of the indigenous Inuit and the Viking and Norse settlers, carved from soapstone, ivory and whalebones.
In 2012, the exhibition of 23 "massive" sculptures, "Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories: The Sculpture of Abraham Anghik Ruben" was organized by. .
In 2012, the exhibition of 23 "massive" sculptures, "Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories: The Sculpture of Abraham Anghik Ruben" was organized by the Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of the American Indian. It was shown at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian from October 2012 through January. In 2014–2015 his solo exhibition, Abraham Anghik Ruben "Moving Forward: Breaking Through" was shown at the Museum Cerny Inuit Collection, Bern, Switzerland
The art of Inuvialuit artist Abraham Anghik Ruben (b. 1951) portrays journeys of exploration, migration, and .
The art of Inuvialuit artist Abraham Anghik Ruben (b. 1951) portrays journeys of exploration, migration, and displacement through voyages across time and place, and into the spiritual realm. This beautifully illustrated title is published in conjunction with Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories: The Sculpture of Abraham Anghik Ruben, an exhibition on view at the National Museum of the American Indian through January 2, 2013.
Abraham Anghik Ruben grew up in Paulatuk, located on Darnley Bay in the Amundsen Gulf, 170 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle in Canada's Northwest Territories. His family included fourteen siblings who moved seasonally to hunt, fish and trap. Ruben attended residential school from the age of eight, about 400 kilometers away from Paulatuk. He and his siblings were allowed to go home only during summer months. He later attended the University of Alaska, where he obtained formal artistic training.
Items related to Arctic Journeys Ancient Memories: Sculpture by Abraham. Book Description Arctic Studies Center, 2012. Condition: Very Good. Arctic Journeys Ancient Memories: Sculpture by Abraham Anghik Ruben. ISBN 13: 9780981614212. The art of contemporary Inuvialuit artist Abraham Anghik Ruben explores the social, cultural, and spiritual lives of his Inuvialuit (Inuit) ancestors and the influences of Viking adventurers and Norse settlers who came to the North American Arctic.
Norse and Inuit traditions come together in Abraham Anghik Ruben’s sculptures. A collection of 23 of his culture-crossing works titled, Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories: The Sculpture of Abraham Anghik Ruben, opens Friday October 5th at the American Indian Museum. Memories: An Ancient Past, 2010. Photo by Daniel Dabrowski, American Indian Museum). In addition to working with Viking lore, Ruben also incorporates Celtic elements into his work to reflect his Irish heritage.