Native American Art Magazine 6
December/January 2016Subscribe Now Purchase a Copy of Issue 6 of Native American Art Magazine
Then & Now
Historic and contemporary works at Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
From Hand to Hand
The work of Tewa-Hopi potter Mark Tahbo at Thomas Lull Indian Art.
Historical photographs and work by contemporary artists at Stapleton Gallery in Billings, Montana.
Brian Lebel’s Mesa show and sale is a draw for sellers and buyers alike.
Going Home Again
The SWAIA Winter Indian Market announces new dates and location for 2016 edition.
The Aesthetic Challenge
The Heard Museum opens monumental exhibition Beauty Speaks for Us in the new Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Grand Gallery on January 12.
The Field Museum presents concurrent exhibitions for contemporary artists Rhonda Holy Bear and Chris Pappan.
Contemporary Native artwork takes center stage at new exhibition at the Phippen Museum in Prescott, Arizona.
New exhibition of historic beadwork from the collections of Millicent Rogers Museum and E. Irving Couse on view through January 31.
Parade of Pottery
The December 13 sale of ethnographic art at Heritage Auctions brings to market three collections of fine pottery.
Diverse & Dynamic
The December 5 auction of Native American art at Bonhams features strong selection of contemporary and historic items.
Plains Indian material leads Skinner’s December 1 sale of American Indian & Ethnographic Art.
Cowan’s Auctions sees multiple works shatter presale estimates during September 23 American Indian & Western Art Auction