"But what is the value of these images as “records” of our people, our way of life, or our history? We take a step back in this exhibit to ask this question because we think it is important to understand where these images come from. In a sense, we are trying to tell our own story while using someone else’s words."
Time Exposures: Picturing a History of Isleta Pueblo in the 19th Century (NMAI Exhibit)
"The exhibit is narrated by current tribal leaders, with commentary about how the photographs often reveal more about the photographer and their preconceived ideas of American Indians than it presents an authentic portrait of the culture."