The Hand of Native American Women, Visible at Last

Julie Buffalohead, shown with her work on paper, “The Garden,” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, which lays a painful event — the controversy over Sam Durant’s “Scaffold” at the Walker Art Center — to rest. Credit Jenn Ackerman for The New York Times

Julie Buffalohead, shown with her work on paper, “The Garden,” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, which lays a painful event — the controversy over Sam Durant’s “Scaffold” at the Walker Art Center — to rest.
Credit Jenn Ackerman for The New York Times

“The role of women art-makers in Native communities has gone widely ignored. Now a bold museum show, by and for these women, is shining a light on 1,000 years of their art.” - NY Times

The newest Exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Art focuses on artwork created by Native American women. Featuring work from Highpoint Editions Artists Julie Buffalohead, Andrea Carlson, and Dyani White Hawk, the exhibition was curated by a large group of Native American women including Highpoint Editions Artist Dyani White Hawk.

Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists
At the Minneapolis Institute of Art
On view June 2, 2019 – August 18, 2019

Find more information on the exhibition at MIA’s website….

Read the full article from the New York Times here…