Native American Art

Using art as a means for social change, artivists can change the world
Prints from the Umatilla Indian Reservation
In the new special exhibition, Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles, individualism and a flair for experimentation of Navajo weavers are vividly expressed in textiles from the late…

What color is love? Fear? Desire? Richard Mayhew discusses the connection between emotion and color. Learn more about the mystique of his landscape paintings, how his work connects with his Native…

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the acquisition of a grand diptych by Kent Monkman, mistikôsiwak (Wooden Boat People), created by the Ontario-based Cree artist.
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.