Met Plans a Gut Renovation of Its Modern WingNew York Times“Right now, it feels like an add-on to the 19th-century galleries or an exit from the tribal art collection.” A version of this article appears in print on May 20, 2014, on page A1 of the New York edition with the headline: Met Pla
Native Art In the News
The loyal 'Compadre'Thegardenisland.comHANALEI — Each year, North Shore resident Dylan Thomas spends a month or so sailing the Pacific and collecting authentic, handcrafted Oceanic and tribal art — masks, tikis, paddles, bowls, weapons, jewelry, you name it.
The stories behind 3 items in SAM's permanent collectionThe Seattle TimesThe four mighty house posts that anchor SAM's Hauberg Gallery for Native Art of the Americas have a completely documented history — and it's fascinating.
Santa Fe: Free things for visitors to enjoyMonroe News Star... for residents who needed to gather firewood. Now, it's lined with more than 100 fine art galleries and studios that welcome visitors for free.
Rebecca Belmore: Kwe, at the Justina M. Barnicke GalleryToronto Star“I didn't want this show to be about identity,” Nanibush, the curator of Kwe, a new exhibition of the work of renowned native artist Rebecca Belmore, declared earlier this week.
May 16, 2014 Community HappeningsSitka Daily SentinelAs part of the Native Artist Demonstrators Artist Residency Program, Tsimshian artist Mark Sixbey of the Wolf Clan will work in the museum gallery 10 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. May 24-29.
Late Collector's Dream of Making Townhouse an Art Gallery Becomes RealityDNAinfoHARLEM — Frank Hall died before he had the chance to see the landmarked Strivers' Row townhouse he was renovating turned into an art gallery and salon filled with his massive collection of Africa
Re-visioning Native America: Matika Wilbur's 'Project 562' kicks off at Tacoma ...TheNewsTribune.comWhen Northwest artist Matika Wilbur was at an airport with her 9-year-old nephew, they happened upon a display case of Swinomish tribal art — their own people.
Lyle Wilson to discuss his Whatcom Museum exhibit of Northwest Coast native artBellingham HeraldLyle Wilson, who has spent years exploring Northwest Coast native painting, talks about the work in his current exhibit, "Paint," at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 18, 2 at Whatcom Museum's Old City Hall, 121 Prospect St.