Scholars have called it “the most important rock art site in North America” on account of 290 prehistoric glyphs adorning its walls.
The Bureau of Land Management said the defaced boulder would “never be the same.”
This year, Romero will be installing photographs of California’s Indigenous peoples on billboards and public places throughout Los Angeles.
The appointment of Patricia Marroquin Norby is a historic milestone for the museum, which decided to display Indigenous art in its American Wing for the first time in 2017.
The University of California and campuses, including Berkeley, failed to comply with laws for returning stolen objects and remains, according to a new California auditor report.
Mary Sully’s artwork reflects her cultural moment, but it is also as a blueprint for rewriting history to include marginalized perspectives.
“I think they’re very eager to return,” said Lonnie Vigil of Nambé Pueblo, “and so are we to have them back.”
Inside a years-long effort to show a millennium’s worth of art by Native American women.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s series of talks and tours on Art of Native America: The Charles and Valerie Diker Collection helps visitors better contextualize artwork by Indigenous creators across the centuries.
As outsider art goes, you can’t get much further outside than Thunder Mountain Monument, built by Chief Rolling Mountain Thunder over many years, starting in 1969.
At Yale Union, visitors can preview the films Sky Hopinka has curated for the Biennial.
The US government attorney supports 18-month sentences and fines for the accused, but in many ways the damage is done, casting both real and fake Native American artworks into doubt.