Native American Art Magazine 2
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Bob and Lora Sandroni’s collections in their Santa Fe and California homes maintain a connection to the people who made and wore them. By John O’Hern
Good Eye & Pie
Exhibition at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian explores Native American art through Ted Coe’s career. By Bruce Bernstein
Going Home Again
Forrest E. Mars Jr. ushers the Gallatin Collection to rightful home near the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming. By Donna Poulton
A new exhibition at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City focuses on the art of narrative storytelling on paper and beyond. By Michael Clawson
A Sacred Subject
The Woven Holy People exhibition is on view at Nizhoni Ranch Gallery.
Blue Rain Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, showcases new works by Richard Zane Smith.
Bischoff’s Gallery features the art of Jack To’baahe Gene and Frank Gene.
Tradition & Innovation
Works by mother-daughter artists Pablita Velarde and Helen Hardin on show at Adobe Gallery.
More than 200 artists exhibit during the annual Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival in Santa Fe.
The Indigenous Fine Art Market hosts inaugural East Coast event at Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center.
A Rich History
The Trail of Tears Art Show returns to Oklahoma’s Cherokee Heritage Center to feature a diverse group of artists.
More than 700 tribes to be represented at the 33rd annual Gathering of Nations event in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Bay Area Tradition
The 32nd annual American Indian Art Show – Marin saw record attendance and steady clients throughout the weekend event.
The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia presents the exhibition Cherokee Basketry: Woven Culture.
Cannupa Hanska Luger’s new exhibition, Reliquary, examines ceramic skulls as vessels of life, death and everything in between.
An estimated 250 lots will go to the auction block in Skinner’s American Indian & Ethnographic Art auction May 6.
Items from several large collections available at Cowan’s American Indian and Western Art auction in Cincinnati.
Nearly 300 museum-quality works of Inuit and First Nations art go on sale May 25 at Walker’s Fine Art & Estate Auctions.
Skinner, Inc.’s February 6 auction of The Van Kirke & Helen Nelson Collection sees strong prices across categories