Read the article “Julie Buffalohead on tricksters, colonizers, and the state of Native art” from Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Co Curator of the “Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists” , Teri Greeves shares an article on the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s newest exhibition., which features Highpoint Editions Artists Julie Buffalohead, Dyani White Hawk and Andrea Carlson.
Mia Celebrates Native Women Artists With "Hearts of Our People" Exhibit
“For centuries, Native American women’s art has been misappropriated, misinterpreted, and, generally, missing in action. A blockbuster, once-in-a-generation exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Art promises to rewrite that history.” - MSP Mag
Highpoint Editions Artist Julie Buffalohead’s solo exhibition, “You and I” begins November 6th at the Western Carolina University Fine Art Museum.
Highpoint is honored to present a group of captivating prints created in collaboration with Julie Buffalohead. A member of the Ponca tribe of Oklahoma and primarily known as a painter, Buffalohead’s new prints call upon a personal iconography of anthropomorphized animal protagonists. Themes are drawn from Native American legend and history, politics, contemporary culture, power, parenting, stereotypes, and identity.