Native American Reservation on the Moon by Yoshio Itagaki (2001) features incompatibility and rootlessness. Maintaining subtle humor, the series creates a hypothetical account of Native Americans that lost their original lands and were forced to settle on a distant satellite in order to carry on with their traditional culture and heritage. Yoshio Itagaki

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #1, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #2, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #4, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #3, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #5, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #6, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #7, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

Native American Reservation on the Moon #8, 2001 - Yoshio Itagaki
30x40 inches / 75x100 cm, color photograph

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

copyright 2001 Yoshio Itagaki