Eleven insiders offer perspectives on the current economy's impact on the art world
By Antonio Lopez Clark Tenakhongva, Palhick Mana (Water Maiden) , 20 x 13. Traditional Kachina Carving Clark Tenakhongva Although Clark Tenakhongva once carved more contemporary “action figure”-style kachinas, he takes a hard line regarding the religious purity of the art form. He started carving at 12 years of age when he was initiated into...
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The Renwick Gallery By Kenneth R. Trapp This essay by Kenneth R. Trapp, head of the Renwick Gallery, is excerpted from Skilled Work: American Craft in the Renwick Gallery, which was published earlier this year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC. A visitor to the...
The Masters of the American West exhibition at the Autry Museum of Western Heritage in Los Angeles is quickly becoming a tradition.
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An inside look at the home of noted collectors and authors Chuck and Jan Rosenak
The contemporary Northwest Coast Native American art market
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The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts honors four artists who have dedicated their lives to art