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A bronze casting demonstration at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum

FROM THE PRESS ENTERPRISE.

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Palm Springs Art Museum Commission

"CONTINUUM BASKET: PIVAT" commissioned for PSAM.

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Native Cahuilla identity 
meets U.S. culture and politics 
in Gerald Clarke’s artwork

Gerald Clarke is featured in an article entitled, THE ROOT CAUSE, by Carol Cheh.

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KCET Discusses Problematic Stereotypes of Native American Art

A nice article about contemporary Native American art issues.

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Gerald Clarke Featured on KCET Online Article

Article by Gordon Lee Johnson.

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TASK - My Response to 911

My first performance artwork!

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Palm Springs Art Museum "Lines in the Sand" Exhibition | PALM SPRINGS LIFE

Installation of one of my Continuum Baskets at the Palm Springs Art Museum.

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"Tuku, Eve'Ah, Tulaka"

Multimedia sculptural work.

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"ETHNOPOLY"

This interactive "artwork" is an actual board game that viewers can play.

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"Democracy For Sale"

Made in response to the Presidential Election of 2016, ...

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"One Tract Mind Series"

This series of works examines the the impacts of the Housing crisis of 2007-8, the loss of cultural and natural resources, and the human toll of loosing one's home.

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"Allure"

This work was made in response to the false claim by the U.S. of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) held by the Iraqi Regime that was used to justify the war in Iraq.

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The United States of Amnesia II

Paper, ink, a rubber stamp.....and the Internet.

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"LEAKS": My Experience at Standing Rock.

A response to my experience at the #nodapl protests.

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Continuum Basket Series

Cahuilla basket inspired sculptures created with hundreds of crushed aluminum cans.

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Gerald Clarke Featured in LA Times

Gerald Clarke is among several Native American artists featured in a Nov. 29, 2018 article by Dina Gilio-Whitaker. The following are excerpts from the article.

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Bronzes by Gerald Clarke

Throughout my career I've enjoyed foundry work.

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