SANTA FE, NM
As we’re all well aware, COVID-19 has affected all aspects of our lives, including our jobs and businesses. The art industry is no exception, so in response to canceled art events, art dealers and gallery owners have come together virtually in Santa Fe, New Mexico, to bring the public Santa Fe Virtual. This online art event displaying historic Native and World Tribal Art by select dealers will run from January 14 to January 18, 2021.
Originally set up as an in-person art fair, and modeled after the Paris art event known as Parcours du Monde (Crossroads of the World), Santa Fe organizers Brant Mackley of Brant Mackley Gallery, Julie Kokin-Miller of Sherwoods Spirit of America, James Compton of James Compton Gallery, and Ted Trotta and Anna Bono of Trotta-Bono LTD, have transitioned to a strictly virtual event.
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Weaving History into Art
The legacy of Cherokee artist Shan Goshorn is honored during an exhibition at the Gilcrease Museum.
Briscoe Western Art Museum hosts a traveling exhibition dedicated to contemporary Chickasaw artwork through January 18.
Through the Kaleidoscope
The beauty of color and design are on full display in the exhibition Through the Kaleidoscope at Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts in Oklahoma City.
A new Native American-owned art gallery is set to open near the end of the year in Buffalo, New York, in the middle of the Allentown historic district.
Keeping Art Alive
Galleries and dealers come together to bring World Tribal and Native American Art to homes through a virtual event.
Every year near the holiday season, Adobe Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, holds its Native American Nacimientos exhibition.
Cherokee Art Market welcomes collectors from all over the globe to its website for a virtual event from December 7 to 21.
Larger Than Memory
The Heard Museum presents a large collection of contemporary art from Indigenous North America.
Navajo jeweler Boyd Tsosie brings his life and culture into his art.
On view now at King Galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is Charging Forward, a new two-artist show featuring the pottery of Kaa Folwell and the paintings of Derek No-Sun Brown.