The artist says she wants to “confront people with beauty and pride and complexity.”
A tight-knit community of art entrepreneurs in Albuquerque launched their businesses in the wake of the pandemic.
The exhibition is a compelling, if at times dissonant, examination of the formal and material possibilities at the heart of abstraction.
A suggested reading list from Red Planet Books and Comics highlighting Native American literary work.
Are ecological thinking and decolonial practice merely genres, or are they being used to transform all aspects of arts discourse?
Zefren-M and Morris Muskett find self-expression through contemporary weaving.
The artist’s work features heavily in Twin Cities museums, but new USPS stamps depicting his distinctive landscapes may help broaden his legacy.
Fashion designer Patricia Michaels prepares for SWAIA’s centennial.
Two artists exemplify the power of storytelling at the center of Native American art.
Art Indigenous Santa Fe aims to increase representation for contemporary Native American and First Nations artists.
Jaider Esbell showed us that future biennials will need to look to art activists and ethnic collectives not as contingent collaborators but as authoring agents.
In 1996, Nez Perce Tribe members had to fundraise hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay the Ohio History Connection to secure artifacts that were rightfully theirs.