Erin Joyce

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SANTA FE, NM — The worlds of fashion and fine art often collide, both in the museum and on the runway.

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Post image for A Native American Artist Who Painted Pop and Challenged the Status Quo

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Super Indian: Fritz Scholder, 1967–1980, currently on view at the Phoenix Art Museum, features over 40 oil paintings and prints by the Luiseño artist.

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TUCSON, Ariz. — Underrepresentation of marginalized and minority communities in society is nothing new; neither is it in the art world.

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Post image for From Navajo to Arctic Landscapes, Exploring the Aesthetics of Sound

ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Sound often accompanies visual experiences, such as music set to film, dance, and performance. Yet it is less frequent to have a visual depiction of our auditory experiences.

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Post image for Six Decades of Betye Saar’s Personal, Political, and Mystical Art

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — There are few artists who have been able to become a household name in the art world and still maintain a modesty to their person and in their work.

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Post image for Queering the Feminine Through a Many-Layered Lens

Liss LaFleur’s work is at once in your face and delicate, choosing a mode of seduction that utilizes pastiche to lure the viewer in with a hint of familiarity — then jolting them into a world that questions the status quo.

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SANTA FE — An Evening Redness in the West explores the landscape of an apocalyptic world, investigating the doom of end times but also their promise of a new beginning.

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The Perks and Problems of Santa Fe’s Indian Market

by Erin Joyce on September 9, 2015

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SANTA FE, NM — Indian Market is a fixture of the Santa Fe community. Founded in 1922 by the Museum of New Mexico, the market brings over 150,000 people to Santa Fe each year to view the work of over 1,100 Native American and First Nations artists.

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Glimpses of a Pastoral Dystopia

by Erin Joyce on April 9, 2015

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Comprised of Kade Twist, Raven Chacon, Cristóbal Martínez, and Nathan Young, the artist collective Postcommodity is an interdisciplinary group.

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Post image for Traditional Craft Meets Conflict in Afghan War Rugs

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — War and conflict have long had a role in the production of art.

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