For her first museum exhibition, Grace Rosario Perkins invited four other artists to ponder the definition of data, centering questions about how it’s collected, authenticated, documented, and distributed — and by whom.
A suggested reading list from Red Planet Books and Comics highlighting Native American literary work.
Relationships, not isolation, inform Kahlhamer’s ideas of identity
Two artists exemplify the power of storytelling at the center of Native American art.
“There was no call out to galleries to submit any specific work, only to submit their best work,” said fair director Mia Nielsen.
Kahlo’s aesthetic reflects the vogue of her time: the mythologizing of a homogenized Indigenous past afforded by her proximity to whiteness and wealth.
The initiative was led by curators Patricia Marroquin Norby and Sylvia Yount.
UCLA’s “Engaging Living Religion” will look at how religious beliefs are presented and explored in museum galleries.
These films tell stories of resistance, trauma, and healing without relying on tired stereotypes.
Also, a work by Paolo Uccello, sold in a Sotheby’s sale this July for $3.1 million, was revealed to be looted by Nazis.
This weekend, the collective COUSIN presents film by directors they’ve commissioned new work from, including Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, seth cardinal dodginghorse, and more.
Evo Morales made the Wiphala one of the country’s two official flags in 2009. Now, forces that have taken over Bolivia desecrate the emblem, while the resistance waves it proudly.