Living with American Indian Art: The Hirschfield Collection

Collections, Catalogs & Exhibitions
“Among the greatest private collections of Plains and Plateau Indian art in the world.” —Gaylord Torrence, Senior Curator of American Indian Art, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Living with American Indian Art: The Hirschfield Collection contains numerous masterworks, the great majority of which have never been published or exhibited. This book brings the collection into the scholarly domain as surely as any museum publication, making it accessible to the rest of the world for the first time. Alan Hirschfield built the collection primarily with an art-based view, focusing on pieces that he has found to be interesting and attractive. As a result, there is broad representation of many different tribes and regions, and includes textiles, leather pouches, war shirts, dresses, vests, cradleboards, beadwork, weaponry, pottery, toys, and basketry. Whether you are a collector, a scholar, or someone interested in decorating with American Indian art, inspiration will be found in Hirschfield’s approach. Alan J. Hirschfield, a foremost collector of American Indian art, has held many executive positions in the entertainment industry over the last 40 years, including chairman and CEO of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and president and CEO of Columbia Pictures. He currently serves as a director of several nonprofit institutions and public companies. Among their numerous philanthropic commitments, he and his wife, Berte, are dedicated to improving the opportunities for youth living on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming.

The Gun Digest Book of the AR-15, Volume 4

Shooting
You wouldn't do this to your AR, but Sweeney did it here!With manufacturers branching out into nontraditional calibers, and continual advances in optics, ammo and associated gear for the AR-15, Gun Digest Book of The AR-15, Volume IV brings you up-to-date on the latest developments in the AR industry, including chapters on:.223 vs. 5.56: What's the problem?Various .300s of the smaller-than-.308 sizeWilson 7.62X40The .17 HMR, ADCOR DI carbine, and SIG 516DelTon and Stag Arms? Oh yes. Plus, author Patrick Sweeney hits the range and subjects these guns to some serious testing. To find out just how much abuse they can withstand, he:Buried them in dirt and sandSubmerged them in waterDropped them from heightsRan them over with trucksFroze themBlasted them with a shotgun And then he fired them, documenting the entire process in photos!Kick back and watch in horror as events unfold—and find out which guns survive the torture.