#0040 The Sun Dancers, South Dakota, 2018 by Deborah Anderson
13" x 19"
One of twenty.
The photo was taken in 2018 on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation in South Dakota as part of a Feature Documentary film project called Women Of The White Buffalo and. The photo was taken.
This film has the capacity to shed light on the complex stories and increasingly urgent issues all Indigenous peoples face in todays society. It is a tangible call to action with the ability to engage audiences in this critical conversation, and to serve as a conduit for deeper understanding of the crisis Indigenous peoples - and ultimately all of us - are now facing in the current climate of the world.
Deborah Anderson brings together her achievements in every area of her creative body of work from over the past 15 years as a world renowned photographer, artist and art director to delve into the world of documentary film making. She is best known for her work as a photographic and film artist with the release of three fine art books to date - "A photographer whose distinctive sensuality is located somewhere between classic French erotica and Helmut Newton" (Los Angeles Times). Her work has graced the covers of albums and magazines, the walls of infamous hotels and private homes worldwide with an expansive A list clientele