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Volume 4  March 2011

Donna Karan collaborates with an indigenous artist as part of "Nomad Two Worlds'"art exhibit
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Innocence Triptych, an image from "Nomad Two Worlds."

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Innocence Triptych, an image from "Nomad Two Worlds."

Read More http://www.wmagazine.com/artdesign/2009/01/donna_karan#ixzz1Eedf2sjo


"Nomad Two Worlds"  is a decade-long art project launched by Australian photographer Russell James. James partners and collaborates with   indigenous artists to create new works of art. He is hosting an L.A. edition of the newest exhibition. It runs through March 2.

This exhibit features celebrity imagery that's been modified by indigenous collaborators from Australia, Haiti and Native American reservations. Fergie, Heidi Klum and Adriana Lima are among the featured celebrities.

But the exhibit is more than artwork. It boasts a fashion component by Donna Karan. Karan and "Nomad" artist Clifton Bieundurry, a Walmajarri artist from Australia, designed 10 one-of-a-kind cashmere-and-silk scarves.

Retailing for $6,500 each, four scarves are being sold in an LA boutique and the rest at the "Nomad" exhibit. Part of the proceeds from merchandise and artwork sales will benefit UrbanZen's programs and The Telethon Institute for Child Health Research.

Karan's foundation, UrbanZen, helps preserve native cultures, among other endeavors. The Telethon Institute for Child Health Research is dedicated to the prevention of childhood diseases and disability.

 

 Volume 1
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Saying NO to $1 Billion Dollars
New Images of Remote Brazil Tribe
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Australia's Aborigines to Launch Political Party
Irish Travellers to Shed Light on Indigenous Research

Volume 2
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Mentoring Program Coming to Kodiak
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Volume 3
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White House: Tribes Fare Well in 2012 Budget
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Top 5 Obama Regulations that American Businesses Hate Most
The Top 11 Corporate Cash Hoarders
Volume 4
Donna Karan Collaborates With an Indigenous Artist as Part of "Nomad Two Worlds" Art Exhibit
Alligator Wrestling and the Men Who Do It
Custer Flag to Be Sold by DIA
Museums Work to Credit the Individuals Behind Native American Artwork
All My Relations Gallery Showcase for Native Art
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