Seattle Art Museum

"The bags themselves are about struggles and power." – Jeffrey Gibson

Did you know that almost all of Jeffrey Gibson's materials are sourced from a vendor that serves the powwow circuit?…

The tagline is: what if—what if Indians invented photography? Would there be a different set of protocols or ideas or notions of exchange in relation to this kind of image-making…

In This Imperfect Present Moment is the title of a portrait by Toyin Ojih Odutola. She is one of 15 artists who live in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Cotonou/Rotterdam, Luanda/Lisbon,…

Now at the Seattle Art Museum, Double Exposure juxtaposes the work of iconic early American photographer Edward S. Curtis with contemporary Indigenous artists Marianne Nicolson, Tracy…

150 years after Edward S. Curtis' birth, his haunting portraits of Native Americans have an indelible place in the American consciousness. This major exhibition of more than 100 works by Curtis,…

As industrialization brought sweeping and dehumanizing changes to 19th-century England, a small group of artists reasserted the value of the handmade. Calling themselves the Pre-Raphaelites, they…

Currently on view at the Seattle Art Museum, three garments from Jono Vaughan’s ongoing series "Project 42" combine beautifully crafted, often elaborate clothing with performance art in a…