Native American Art Magazine 23
October/November 2019Subscribe Now Purchase a Hard Copy of Issue 23 of Native American Art Magazine
More than Beautiful
The artwork that hangs in the home of Allan Lokos and Susanna Weiss reflects the meaningful, emotional experiences they’ve had in their lives.
The Meaning Behind Northwest Coast Art
A comprehensive dive into the elements that make up the captivating art of the Pacific Northwest.
Ceremony, Commerce and Art
The tradition of making Tlingit and Haida pipes is rich with history and cultural significance.
Form & Line
An informative primer on the diverse beauty of Northwest Coast Indigenous jewelry.
An Enduring Legacy
An inside look at the life and artwork of leading Pacific Northwest Coast carvers from the past and present.
The new state-of-the-art Burke Museum in Seattle opens in October and will feature an expanded and re-envisioned Bill Holm Center for the Study of Northwest Native Art.
A guide to Northwest Coast artwork available from dealers around the country.
The Cherokee Art Market gathers more than 150 artists for a weekend of sharing artwork, stories and culture
Los Angeles’ largest Native American art market returns this November.
Around the Plaza
With gorgeous weather and energetic buyers, SWAIA’s Santa Fe Indian Market returns for its 98th year.
Back in Santa Fe
Brian Lebel’s Cody Old West Show & Auction makes a triumphant return to Santa Fe.
For a number of dealers at the Great Southwestern Antique & Vintage Show, this has been the best year to date.
Enthusiastic collectors gathered for the 41st annual Whitehawk Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show.
Important sculpture works from the George Terasaki Collection will be offered at Sotheby’s in New York City.
History Comes Alive
Cowan’s Auctions’ two-day sale of Native American and Western artwork includes a single-owner segment of Plains material.
Bonhams hosts its inaugural sale dedicated to modern Native American artwork on September 16
Rare and Unusual
A wide range of tribal art and other artifacts will hit the auction block at Skinner’s American Indian & Ethnographic Art sale this fall.
Hindman’s Arts of the American West sale features standout pieces in both the historic and contemporary segments of the market.
Heritage Auctions’ June 25 sale of ethnographic art included solid results for significant items.