Santa Fe New Mexican


Healers and Medicine People Oreland Joe (Diné) exhibits stone and bronze sculpture. Through Aug. 29. Manitou Galleries 123 Palace Ave. 505-986-0400 Let Beauty Surround You: 2022 Year of the Woman Paintings on canvas and paper by Brenda Kingery (Chickasaw); sculpture, prints and mixed media by Melanie A. Yazzie (Diné). Through Aug. 31. Glenn Green Gallery 136 Tesuque Village Road 505-820-0008 Activation/Transformation This site-specific installation, created by multidisciplinary artist Nathan Young (Delaware/ Kiowa/Pawnee), includes objects from the museum's extensive collection of silver jewelry and metalwork. Through Sept. 3. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian 704 Camino Lejo 505-982-4636 Experimental exPRESSion: Printmaking at IAIA, 19631980 The show features 51 works on paper from the Tubis Print Collection. Artists include Peggy Deam (Suquamish), Mary Gay Osceola (Seminole), Sandy Fife (Muskogee Creek) and other IAIA alumni. Through Sept. 4. Museum of Contemporary Native Arts 108 Cathedral Place 888-992-4242 Pueblo Historic Ollas, Dough Bowls, and Storage Jars This exhibit of beautiful utilitarian vessels from 1880 to 1920 runs through Sept. 9. Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550 Storytellers and Figurative Works from Cochiti Pueblo This show of figurative pottery features the work of Helen Cordero and others. Some pieces date to the 1800s. Through Sept. 16. Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550 Heidi Brandow & Friends This exhibit showcases the work of the multidisciplinary Santa Fe artist of Diné and Kānaka Maoli descent, as well as friends and mentors who have influenced her. Through Oct. 1. Form & Concept 435 S. Guadalupe St. 505-780-8312 Abeyta | To'Hajiilee K'é This exhibit includes paintings, sculptures and jewelry from the acclaimed Abeyta family of artists: Narciso Abeyta, his daughters Pablita and Elizabeth Abeyta, and his son Tony Abeyta. The family is from the Navajo band Cañoncito, or To'Hajiilee. The word k'é in the exhibit title refers to family connections, love and compassion. Through Jan. 7, 2023. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian 704 Camino Lejo 505-982-4636 Art of Indigenous Fashion Opening Aug. 19, this exhibit features 20 leading Indigenous designers from Canada and the United States, including Barry Ace (Odawa), Pilar Agoyo (Ohkay Owingeh/ Cochiti/Kewa Pueblos), Marcus Amerman (Choctaw), Jason Baerg (Métis), Pamela Baker (Squamish/Kwakiutl), Kay Bennett (Diné) and Catherine Blackburn (Dene). IAIA assistant professor Amber-Dawn Bear Robe (Siksika) guest curates this show, which is organized by the school's Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. Through Jan. 8, 2023. IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts 108 Cathedral Place 888-992-4242 Western Eyes: 20th Century Art Here and Now This exhibition explores regional developments of modernism, such as American realism, Indigenous modernism and Mexican modernism. The focus is on southwestern modernist painting and sculpture, including abstract expressionism, minimalism and pop, with works by T.C. Cannon (Kiowa), Fritz Scholder (Luiseño) and others. Through Jan. 8, 2023. New Mexico Museum of Art 107 West Palace Ave. 505-476-5072 Matrilineal: Legacies of Our Mothers Representing three generations of Mvskoke (Creek) mothers and daughters, the Fife family works in various styles and media, including shell carving, painting and sculptural textile work. They also collaborate as fashion designers. Through Jan. 15, 2023. Museum of Contemporary Native Arts 108 Cathedral Place 888-992-4242 Painted Reflections: Isomeric Design in Ancestral Pueblo Pottery This exhibit includes ancestral and contemporary artists, emphasizing the sophisticated aesthetic qualities of Pueblo art through the study of reversible optical illusions and ambiguous figure-ground relationships. Through March 12, 2023. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture 710 Camino Lejo 505-476-1269 ReVOlution: MIAC's 2022 Living Treasure, Virgil Ortiz With his murals and ceramic objects, Ortiz combines his Pueblo culture with sci-fi, fantasy and apocalyptic themes. His ceramics and photographic works put contemporary media in conversation with ancestral Cochiti ceramic methods. Through April 1, 2023. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture 710 Camino Lejo 505-476-1269 Honoring Tradition and Innovation: 100 Years of Santa Fe's Indian Market 1922-2022 The New Mexico History Museum and SWAIA trace the history of the historic market and explore the impact of federal Indian policies on the Native American art world. The exhibition celebrates the artists and collectors who have made Indian Market possible and includes more than 200 pieces of artwork, as well as historic and contemporary photographs and interviews with artists and collectors. Through August 2023. New Mexico History Museum 113 Lincoln Ave. 505-476-5200 Here, Now and Always This groundbreaking exhibition features more than 600 objects from the museum's extraordinary collection of ceramics, jewelry, paintings, fashion and more, focusing on the voices, perspectives and narratives of Indigenous peoples of the American Southwest. Through July 2, 2024. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture 710 Camino Lejo 505-476-1269