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Buffalo for Dinner: Art All-Stars Pose for 'The Last Indian Market'
Chemehuevi photographer Cara Romero took on a daunting task with a recent project: Shoot 13 of Santa Fe's leading Native artists in a tableau based on Leonardo da Vinci's painting ...
What a Year! 11 Artists Tout the Triumphs of 2014, and Look Ahead to 2015
The resolutions have been broken and the best-of lists are done (perhaps), but we decided we'd take one last look at the year 2014 through the eyes of Natives in the arts...
Art, Decolonized, in 2014: 4 Shows, a Photo Project, a Film and the Battle for Santa Fe
Colonization takes many forms and so does de-colonization, this has been a major talking point in all areas Native and has moved from conference breakouts to national TV debates ab...
This Is Not a Stereotypical Documentary About Stereotypes
“Our biggest challenge was to get out as much information as possible without taking a stance,” says filmmaker Cannupa Hanska Luger...
He Killed His Art to Prove a Point. Now He's Making a Film About It
This is a Stereotype is a film project motivated by an art exhibition, installed by Cannupa Hanska Luger and further inspired by the vision of filmmaker Dylan McLaughlin...
Smashing! Watch Cannupa Hanska Luger Destroy his Stereotypes
In recent days, we at ICTMN have looked back at the bests, worsts , and most importants of 2013...
Kill the Art, Save the People: Why the 'Stereotypes' Had to Die
Don't feel bad for Cannupa Hanska Luger's ceramic boom boxes: They had it coming...
It’s Winter, it’s Santa Fe, it’s Santa Fe Winter Indian Market
SWAIA’s 8th Annual Winter Indian Market takes place, as always, after Thanksgiving, this year it’s November 30-December 1...
A Portrait of Gwen Stefani as a Boom Box: Sly Ceramic Stereotypes
Cannupa Hanska Luger, a 34-year-old Lakota conceptual artist born in North Dakota and based in California, has inherited much from his Cheyenne Lakota cowboy father and artist moth...