Native Art In the News
The Bidding Is Sluggish at a Special Estate SaleNew York TimesOn offer was everything from Picassos — his stock in trade — to tribal art and contemporary paintings, some from the dealer's personal collection, others from his gallery.
Reports: Incognito left racial slur, death threat on Martin's voicemailNBCSports.comAs more details emerge of the situation in Miami that caused Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin to leave the team and caused the Dolphins to suspend Richie Incognito, it's sounding more and more like Incognito's mistreatment of Martin went far ...
Puget Sound orcas circle state ferry carrying tribal artifactsPeninsula DailyThe Burke, a natural history museum on the University of Washington campus, is known for Northwest Coast and Alaska Native art.
The Art Market: New York's heavy-hitter auctionsFinancial TimesChristie's offerings are bolstered by consignments from the Krugier estate: a rather eccentric group of 63 lots by Picasso, Balthus or Kandinsky mixed with tribal art, which comes up on Monday, and further offerings in the day sale. As a result the ...and more »
Potlatch Fund Helps Change Lives in NorthwestIndian Country Today Media NetworkThe gala will include a celebration of Native art, cultural performances, and awards for leadership, philanthropy, and social innovation. It's as much a celebration of great work being done in Northwest Native American communities.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art 'O What a Night Gala' honors George RodrigueNOLA.comIn addition to the anniversary, the museum honored Louisiana native, artist George Rodrigue with its Opus Award — given to a leader in the art and cultural community — at the gala.
Orcas put on show as ferry transports tribal artifacts to Bainbridge IslandWalla Walla Union-BulletinThe Burke, a natural-history museum on the University of Washington campus, is known for Northwest Coast and Alaska Native art.
Zandi Original Designs: Bringing out the goddess in youtaosnewsThe Colorado native had lived before in Sydney, Australia, where she owned Gallery Nomad, a tribal art gallery, for 13 years. She traveled extensively throughout Asia, Africa, Indonesia, and Latin America acquiring antique textiles and jewelry.