Kansas native and Louisiana State University photography assistant professor Jeremiah Ariaz’s exhibition “Staging the West” at the Volland Store in Alma, Kan., explores cultural appropriation through images of Buffalo Bill-like re-creations of the American West for contemporary audiences in Germany.
Kansas native and Louisiana State University photography assistant professor Jeremiah Ariaz’s exhibition “Staging the West” at the Volland Store in Alma, Kan., explores cultural appropriation through images of Buffalo Bill-like re-creations of the American West for contemporary audiences in Germany. Cindy Hoedel choedel@kcstar.com
Kansas native and Louisiana State University photography assistant professor Jeremiah Ariaz’s exhibition “Staging the West” at the Volland Store in Alma, Kan., explores cultural appropriation through images of Buffalo Bill-like re-creations of the American West for contemporary audiences in Germany. Cindy Hoedel choedel@kcstar.com

Kansas native’s photos examine Germany’s fascination with America’s Old West

August 06, 2016 06:14 AM

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