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Buyer Beware
An Investigative Report
By Larry Barker
KRQE Albuquerque
Barker exposes the sale of fake American Indian Art at some unexpected places.

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2016 IACA Spring Wholesale Market.
Monday, April 4 and Tuesday, April 5
Isleta Resort and Casino, Albuquerque

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Join In the 2016 IACA Artist of the Year Celebration!
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For 33 years, the IACA has recognized a single American Indian Artist as the
IACA Artist of the Year.

Edward Charlie, IACA 2015 Artist of the Year

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This recognition is the most prestigious honor given to an American Indian Artist. Being recognized as an IACA Artist of the Year has helped to propel those very special few artists to new heights in their careers.

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Enjoy A Historic
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Entitled "Arts and Crafts of Southwest Indians" produced for the Santa Fe Railroad by
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4010 Carlisle Blvd NE, Suite C
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107
Phone: 505.265.9149, fax: 505.265.8251, info@iaca.com
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