An impressive new exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts details the history and culture of the White Clay People, otherwise known as the A'aninin or the Gros Ventre, who live on Montana's Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. "It breaks new ground," wrote associate curator Joe Horse Capture in the exhibition catalog. "This is probably the first time a major art museum has held an exhibition devoted to a specific Native American tribe and curated by members of that same tribe.
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