For the Guna women of Panamá, the mola, a hand-sewn cotton blouse and a key component of traditional dress, is a powerful symbol of culture and identity.
Acclaimed Indigenous artist Bob Haozous has installed his newest sculpture – one that speaks to the various forms of racism.
Three internationally renowned artists who represent the extraordinary vitality of contemporary drawing will be featured in a special exhibition beginning in November at the Toledo…
Conceived during this pandemic era, the immersive video work depicts the American flag in unsettling stillness, as a marker of territory, and projected onto bodies, while set to a heartrending soundtrack.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will exhibit Each/Other: Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger, from May 23, 2021, through Aug. 22, 2021.
In June of 1964, floods ravaged the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana killing 31 people. It has been called the state’s worst natural disaster. The flooding swept Jay Laber and his family all the way to New Hampshire where they relocated after losing everything to the water.