Cara Romero

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Cara  Romero Kaa (Clay Lady with Mesa Verde Design)

Kaa (Clay Lady with Mesa Verde Design)
- Archival photograph , 2017
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50.5 x 44 in
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Cara  Romero Kaa (Clay Lady with Mesa Verde Design) Kaa (Clay Lady with Mesa Verde Design)
Archival photograph   2017
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50.5 x 44 in
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ROMC10988
Cara  Romero Jackrabbit and Cottontail Jackrabbit and Cottontail
  2016
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36 x 48 in
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ROMC10129
Cara  Romero Jenna (NM Native Boxer) Jenna (NM Native Boxer)
Archival photograph   2015
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45.75 x 44 in
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ROMC10130
Cara  Romero Nikki (Dine Woman in Birthing Pose) Nikki (Dine Woman in Birthing Pose)
Archival photograph   2014
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42.25 x 47.5 in
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ROMC10991
Cara  Romero Nuwuv Woman (Silhouette with Cholla)
Archival photograph   2017
66.75 x 44 in
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ROMC11378
Cara  Romero Oil Boom Oil Boom
  2015
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44 x 44 in
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ROMC10127
Cara  Romero Sheridan (reclining Chemehuevi woman in white clay) Sheridan (reclining Chemehuevi woman in white clay)
Archival photograph   2017
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66.75 x 44 in
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ROMC10990
Cara  Romero The Last Indian Market The Last Indian Market
  2014
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21 x 72 in
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ROMC10128
Cara  Romero Wakeah (Kiowa_Comanche Doll in Box) Wakeah (Kiowa/Comanche Doll in Box)
Archival photograph   2016
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44 x 57 in
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ROMC10125
Cara  Romero Water Memory Water Memory
  2015
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44 x 44 in
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ROMC10126

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Cara  Romero

Cara Romero

Cara Romero Biography

Cara Romero (b. 1977) is a Santa Fe-based visual storyteller with a distinctive lens shaped by years of study, personal experience, collective history and a visceral Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultural memory. She is the  mother of two boys and the wife of the highly regarded contemporary Pueblo artist Diego Romero, and the daughter of a Chemehuevi father and a German-Irish mother. Cara studied Photography at both the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe and Oklahoma State University and studied  Cultural Anthropology at the University of Houston. Her photography, a mélange of fine art and documentary style, is often whimsical and with a complex interplay of social commentary, adaptation and examination of modern culture with a distinctly modern Indigenous world view. It is multi-layered, meant to be experienced from a multi-verse of perspectives, and invites viewers to enter into its nuanced visual architecture with an open mind.

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