Faces at the National Museum of the American Indian

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Faces at the National Museum of the American Indian


This photo was taken on March, Sunday 4th, 2012, at the National Museum of the American Indian. This latter was surely, at least for me, the most outstanding museum that I had the chance to visit among others during my stay in Washington D.C., U.S. The museum's endeavors to rigorously preserve, expose, and educate its visitors about every single detail pertaining to the history, culture and stories of the natives. Contemplating the different areas of this museum was akin to enjoyably digesting the most cumulative, accurate and generously revealing book about the American Indian. Somewhere within the museum, in a quiet dimension, my eyes carefully examined every single face figuring on that wall, where every face tells a story that in turn constitutes the colossal mosaic that represents the American Natives' identity.


Youssef Sourgo


March 2012




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