A month-long exhibition features six artists who address the untold stories missing from the national park.
A group show of women artists at The Contemporary Austin addresses the weight and urgency of the current political moment.
One of Red Star’s many strengths is her ability to examine both the past and what’s still to come.
“You don’t have to make things easy for them,” says Red Star about her new exhibition for children at MASS MoCA.
The debut exhibition at New Mexico State University explores the nuances of labor — in birth, in childrearing, and in intergenerational collaboration.
In Otherwise Obscured, effacement, redaction, and illegibility are positioned as tactics that artists can employ to combat, highlight, or heal sociopolitical invisibility.
With over 125 pieces on view, Half the Picture could have been refined, showing fewer works without compromising its curatorial punch.
A gem of a museum in Ohio known for European masterpieces, gains contemporary relevance.
PORTLAND, Oregon — What can a herd of headless deer painted gold with gaudy tinsel tails teach the 1% and the rest of us? The answer is a lot.
PORTLAND, Ore. — If you type the words “Native American” into Google image search, the majority of the results will be Edward Curtis photographs
OKLAHOMA CITY — With nearly 100 prints from artists around North America, Enter the Matrix: Indigenous Printmakers at the University of Oklahoma’s Fred Jones. Jr. Museum of Art (FJJMA) celebrates the medium’s rise in the 20th century.
My recent article on Bushwick Open Studios for Hyperallergic tried to discuss the influence of American Indian spirituality on the new age symbolism that I saw in many art works. However, the article didn’t capture this fraught process of appropriation and commodification well enough.