Indigenous American Performance Art

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Alberta Indigenous artist, Adrian Stimson sold one of his contemporary paintings to the British Museum.  Event II, was acquired by the museum's extensive Blackfoot collection last year, but is not yet on display
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a woman in a gray ponchy with fringes on her shoulders and back
Cornell Council for the Arts
Maria Hupfield will retool the gallery space as a laboratory, as a performance venue, and as an archive that prioritizes and makes space for diverse bodies. The body is a major element to the work of this Canadian / Anishinaabek artist and is heavily represented in the exhibition; from wooden structures that suggest the form of the body to items meant to be worn on the body, it is an active reminder of the artist and of indigenous peoples in North America.
a woman wearing a silver mask and red hair
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Maria Hupfield, Artist in Bear Mask with Fringe Gloves, 2012
a woman is walking down the street with a large blanket on her back and fringes around her shoulders
Maria Hupfield ::: Jingle Spiral ::: 2015
two dogs are playing in the snow with one dog on its back and another laying down
Alberta's gender-bending 'Buffalo Boy' sells bison painting to British Museum | CBC News
Alberta Indigenous artist, Adrian Stimson sold one of his contemporary paintings to the British Museum. Event II, was acquired by the museum's extensive Blackfoot collection last year, but is not yet on display
a black chair sitting in front of a white wall with red squares on the back
Holding Our Breath | Adrian Stimson
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a woman dressed as a cowgirl holding a stuffed animal in front of her face
Adrian Stimson | Canadian Art
Adrian Stimson
two men standing next to each other in front of a painting
British Museum to show work of First Nations artist from Alberta | CBC News
Siksika nation artist Adrian Stimson, also known by his Blackfoot name Little Brown Boy Heavy Shield, stands next to his piece, Event Three, as it is unveiled at the British Museum in London.
a red shelf with a white string on it and the words holding our breath adnan stinson
Adrian Stimson - Holding Our Breath
grunt gallery | Holding Our Breath | Adrian Stimson
two dogs are playing in the snow with one dog on its back and another laying down
British Museum to show work of First Nations artist from Alberta | CBC News
Event Two
a man dressed in animal costumes walking across a desert plain with his back to the camera
Alberta's gender-bending 'Buffalo Boy' sells bison painting to British Museum | CBC News
Buffalo Boy is a key fixture in Adrian Stimson's performance art and a regular at the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada. The character is constantly shifting identities — from Pow Wow dancer to shaman to gay cowboy.
a group of people standing next to each other on a sidewalk near a tree and grass area
a man standing in front of a pile of cranberries on top of a hard wood floor
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a man sitting in the middle of a circle with an animal head on his face
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Marcus Amerman - Creations + Collaborations - Performance
a person with a furry animal on their head
Data Keluaran Togel Hongkong Togel Singapore Togel Sidney Pengeluaran HK SGP SDY Hari Ini 2024
The Man, The Myth, The Legend
a woman sitting at a black piano in front of a group of people standing around
Native American Post-Modernism on Display
Maria Hupfield and her performance art at the Wilmer Jennings Gallery's exhibit: "How to Catch and Eel and Grow Corn" (Photo by Dorian Geiger for Voices of NY) #NativeAmerican #Native