Native American Art Magazine 1
February/March 2016Subscribe Now Purchase a Copy of Issue 1 of Native American Art Magazine
The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University presents a rare exhibition of Red Horse’s drawings of the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Reflections of History
A retrospective of artwork by Kay WalkingStick is on view now at the National Museum of the American Indian.
Native American Art sits down for an exclusive interview with Chuck and Valerie Diker.
Guide to Market
Welcome to our annual Guide to Market in the official magazine of Santa Fe Indian MarketRead Article
Virgil Ortiz debuts new ceramic works at King Galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona.Visit Gallery
Kevin Red Star creates contemporary works with historical subject matter for show at Modern West Fine Art in Salt Lake City.Visit Gallery
Sacred and Modern
American geometric abstraction is the subject of new exhibition at John Molloy Gallery in New York City.Visit Gallery
Interpreting Daily Life
Harrison Begay’s classic “Studio Style” paintings displayed at Bischoff’s Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona.Visit Gallery
Art of Pottery
Arizona’s Heard Museum to celebrate pottery makers throughout the centuries at 58th annual Indian Fair & Market.Visit Gallery
Diversity of Material
Contemporary and historic materials are highlights of the 32nd annual American Indian Art Show – Marin in San Rafael, California.Visit Gallery
A diverse selection of offerings will be available from art dealers at Brian Lebel’s High Noon Show & Auction in Mesa, Arizona.Visit Gallery
An Evening for Collectors
Top-tier works and exhibitions on view at Native American art galleries during ArtWalk in Scottsdale, Arizona.
More than 100 pieces from the Nancy and Alan Cameros Collection now on view at the Rockwell Museum.Visit Gallery
Native American baskets collected during the late Victorian era are highlighted in a new exhibition at Montclair Art Museum.Visit Gallery
The Artist Who Sees with His Hands
Works by Michael Naranjo featured at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia.Visit Gallery
More than 70 Years of Collecting
The Van Kirke and Helen Nelson Collection of Plains and Plateau Indian Art hits the auction block at Skinner Auctioneers in Boston.Visit Gallery
Allan Houser bronze works are among the top lots available at the Scottsdale Art Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.Visit Gallery
Bonhams’ December Native American art auction brings in nearly $1.5 million in San Francisco.