Huge attendance, gorgeous weather and consistent sales boost the 95th annual SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market
School for Advanced Research gives Native American Art magazine exclusive access inside its breathtaking campus and vaults filled with Native art.
The Tesuque, New Mexico, property of Marshall and Lee Ann Hunt, called Little Crow Ranch, honors Natives American art and heritage.
Navajo pictorials on view at Nizhoni Ranch Gallery in Sonorita, Arizona
The Micaceous Ceramics of Christine Nofchissey McHorse at Peters Projects in Santa Fe, New Mexico
An exhibition of pottery by Ambrose Atencio at Bischoff's Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona
Traditional and contemporary works come together in the 26th annual American Indian Arts Marketplace in Los Angeles
Oklahoma welcomes 150 artists from across the country to the 11th annual Cherokee Art Market.
For nearly 40 years, the Whitehawk Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show has offered collectors of historic Native art a chance to see the highest quality work from dealers across the country.
The Antique American Indian Art Show returns to Santa Fe to bring collectors top historical items from around the country.
Over 4,000 collectors and robust sales made the 2016 Objects of Art show one of the best in its seven-year history.
The first major event in August in New Mexico is always the Great Southwestern Charity Antiques Show, now in its 18th year.
Allan Houser exhibition at Crocker Art Museum reflects strengthened commitment to Native American art through partnership with Loren G. Lipson.
A new exhibition at the Booth Museum pairs historic Native artifacts with Edward S. Curtis photographs of women creating art.
Northwest Coast Native arts from the Richard and Joan Chodosh collection take center stage at Ralph T. Coe Foundation.
Cowan’s Auctions brings to market items from several important collections during its September 23 American Indian and Western Art sale.