A photo essay by Gabriella Marks
Meet SWAIA artists who travel from
non-southwestern states to come to Market
Leading female Native American jewelers share their histories, techniques and inspirations
An act of kindness began painter Micqaela Jones’ first Indian Market and kindness is what she brings back year after year
After more than a century of ups—and downs—Native American filmmaking surges forward with old and new talent
SWAIA board member Daniel Crane has curated a dynamic contemporary Native American art collection
A groundbreaking new book based on the pottery collection of Eric S. Dobkin focuses on artists speaking about their own work
Preston Singletary’s glass totems are showcased at Blue Rain Gallery
Nancy Youngblood and Chris Youngblood show pottery at Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery
The work of Ramona Sakiestewa are exhibited in a solo show at TAI Modern
Zoe Urness and Lehi Growing Thunder Eagle collaborate on a new gallery in Santa Fe
American Indian antique experts gather in Santa Fe for the Antique American Indian Art Show
Antique Indian and ethnographic materials return to Santa Fe for the 39th annual Whitehawk show
The eighth annual Objects of Art Santa Fe presents historic and contemporary art from around the world.
The Great Southwestern Antique Show celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love.
Native American jewelry and Navajo weavings are showcased during an annual event at Inn and Spa at Loreto.
The second annual Zuni Show presents art and culture from the Pueblo
More than 70 lots of Native American art will cross the block during Altermann Galleries & Auctioneers’ two-day August sale.