In 1983, as the inland basin of southern California was being subdivided by developers and filled in with new waves of residents, a sign at its outskirts appeared that was unusual both in meaning and appearance. The sign, 'Indian Bingo,' came into view as you emerged from the basin traveling east through the San Gorgonio Pass into the Coachella Valley headed for Palm Springs. A book of four reproductions and one original photograph. Numbered in a edition of 500 on the colophon, with the print signed on the verso. The original print of Indian Bingo was made by Larry Danque at Cone Editions Press under the supervision of Joe Deal. Published by Nazraeli Press as part of their series of One Picture Books.