Native American Art

Throughout history, cultures and artists have faced upheavals and catastrophes and reflected them through their work. Here we look at ten great works of art created in uncertain times.
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s large-scale work on canvas holds its own in the National Gallery of Art's museum’s pop art gallery, where it currently hangs beside works by Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol.

Interviews with Pueblo artists Kathleen Wall, Linda Tafoya Sanchez, and Brian Vallo.

Created with watercolor and ink on handmade mulberry paper from Japan, "Carpe Fin" bursts with figures, landscapes, and action scenes inspired by a traditional Haida oral story: a sea mammal hunter…
Native American artifacts that were taken nearly 130 years ago are finally set to be returned to their sacred lands.
Monument Valley, an ambitious group exhibition, calls into question the complicated cultural legacy of the American West, confronting issues within the country's past that continue to affect politics…
In her genre-bending sculptures, Natalie Ball is playing with what we think we know. Subverting tropes about Native American identity and art by repurposing familiar materials, Ball points out the…
For nearly four decades, Chippewa aritst David Bradley has been a major participant in and critic of the Santa Fe art scene. Luckily, Bradley has a biting sense of humor, and he brings this and a…