Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

Past Exhibitions

Rosalie Favell – Facing the Camera: The Santa Fe Suite»

May 25 - July 31, 2013;

Métis artist Rosalie Favell’s series, Facing the Camera (2008 – present), is a growing suite of photographic portraiture that documents individuals from a growing Indigenous arts community. Through these images, Favell sees the photograph as a performance space where identity is constantly worked and reworked, represented, and perhaps hidden. Facing The Camera: The “Santa Fe […]

Kade L. Twist – For Instance, Look at the Land Beneath Your Feet»

May 25 - July 31, 2013;

                  Kade Twist’s solo exhibition, For Instance, Look at the Land Beneath Your Feet, examines the language and rhetoric of real estate, commerce, development and commodification of space within the context of the recent financial crisis. The media-based work is comprised of a series of dialogues and […]

Apache Chronicle»

May 25 - July 31, 2013;

  Directed by Nanna Dalunde  in collaboration with Douglas Miles/Apache Skateboards41 minute video       “The paint brush, the camera, the loom — these are the new weapons.” – Lynette Haozous Apache Chronicle is an experimental documentary film about the life and art and the art of life of five bold women – Melissa […]

Golden: MoCNA’s Annual IAIA BFA Exhibition»

A p r i l 1 0 – M a y 1 2, 2 0 1 3;

Veronica Ayala | Terry Yazzie Begay | Derek Brown | Madelynn BoyiddleBrandee Caoba | Carolyn Conley | McKeon Dempsey | Teresa FieldsCrystal Worl | Teresa Kaulaity Quintana | Moira Garcia | David PecosJessica Manko | Betty Jean Parker | Sonsee’rae Sells | Saeko YamadaBrian Shemayme | Cameron Tafoya | Rhiannon Tafoya | Judith Vicenti  The […]

Thicker Than Water»

January 19 – May 12;

Artists: Brenda Croft, Tom Jones, Greg Staats, Anna TsouhlarakisCurated by Nancy Marie Mithlo and Ryan Rice The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts invited four photo/mixed media-based artists   Brenda L. Croft, Tom Jones, Greg Staats and Anna Tsouhlarakis to address the complexities of family, biography, and race that intersect through blood and memory. Portraiture, family […]

Jason Lujan | Summer Burial»

January 19 – May 12;

North Gallery The collected works and ideas behind Summer Burial references Eastern visualities in order to comment on Native American allegories and contemporary realities. Utilizing themes such as portraiture, adaptations of pattern, and historical crossover, the artist appropriates such diverse elements as origami paper patterns, military toys and models, and product packaging. For the solo […]

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