In a time of bald-faced white supremacy and discrimination, the Nebraska exhibition Monarchs feels vitally relevant.
In My Country Tis of Thy People, You’re Dying, artists grapple with forcible resource extraction on indigenous lands.
With a major promised gift of 91 works of Native American art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will now include indigenous art in its galleries on American art.
On March 5, indigenous women creators will gather to celebrate the role of art in their fight for environmental and cultural justice.
The con gathered artists, writers, illustrators, and fans in one place to celebrate and discover contemporary Native nerd culture. It also served as a corrective.
Four artists at the Oceti Sakowin Camp at Standing Rock, North Dakota, have arrived to help stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. I interviewed them about the role of artists and art during protest.
Dozens of artists have converged at Standing Rock, and we interviewed many of them about what’s going on in the fight to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline and how they are getting involved.
Four paintings by Stephen Mopope, discovered a few years ago at Brown University, are on view for the first time.
The Newark Museum has rehung its exceptional collection of works by America’s indigenous artists, providing more contextualizing information, while also letting objects speak to each other across eras and regions.
The second edition of the SITElines biennial has a razor-sharp gracefulness that cuts with equal parts beauty and bitterness.
TULSA, Okla. — Willard Stone’s wood-carving style might be described as Art Deco Cherokee, with a distinct, streamlined movement and natural themes that reflect his indigenous heritage.
CONCHO, Okla. — Overgrown grass creeps up around the decayed remains of the Concho Indian Boarding School, its faded yellow walls pocked with gaping doorways and boarded windows.