Native American Art Magazine 22
August/September 2019Subscribe Now Purchase a Copy of Issue 22 of Native American Art Magazine
Galleries, event venues, museums and more—find your way around Santa Fe.
Make the most of Native Art Week with this detailed and comprehensive listing of events in and around Santa Fe.
Path to Market
A photo essay by Gabriella Marks
Our columnists dive deep into the world of artwork and artists who make it to Market.
Wool of the Earth
Raising sheep by hand and shearing them herself, Indian Market veteran Lola Cody is a self-sustaining powerhouse in the weaving world.
A central aspect of Pueblo jewelry design, the bead continues to play an important role in contemporary Native art
The Santa Fe Indian Market Haute Couture Fashion Show has been paving the way for Native fashion designers since its debut—and this year is no exception
Author Barry Walsh turns his attention to contemporary katsina carvers and offers insight on who to collect right now
Insubordination, Narration and History: Modern and Historical Ledger Art
A comprehensive look into the rich narrative surrounding ledger art, from its early beginnings to artists participating in this year’s Indian Market
Paint & Paper
Painters Jason Parrish and Tokeya Waci U Richardson share merchandise artist duties at this year’s market
Down to Earth
The friendships that Howard and Joy Berlin share with the artists they collect form the backbone of their collection
More previews of events happening as a part of Indian Market.
A complete guide to all of the categories Indian Market has to offer with insights from experts.
Connect directly with artists, including booth numbers, so you can start planning for your new acquisitions.
Blue Rain Gallery’s annual Native American art showcase brings together a range of works from top artists
Greyshoes (Upton Ethelbah Jr.) presents large-scale sculptures at an upcoming Manitou Galleries show
Eleven premier Native American artists come together for a celebration of traditional and contemporary art at King Galleries
Past and Present
An exhibition at Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery features utilitarian pottery and figurines from the 19th century and designs by contemporary artist Harlan Reano
Twenty-five historic Pueblo pots will be on display at Morning Star Gallery
Pottery in Paint
Authentic Traditions Gallery presents new paintings by Zuni artist Anthony Gchachu
Artistry and History
The sixth annual Antique American Indian Art Show highlights the traditions of Native American art.
The 10th annual Objects of Art Santa Fe Show opens August 8
The Whitehawk Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show brings world-class art and antiques to Santa Fe.
The Great Southwestern Antique Show unveils a new look and a wide array of antiques for its 21st year.
A two-day curated exhibition featuring Native American art and performances premieres at La Fonda on the Plaza this August