Santa Fe, New Mexico is one of the most awarded and beloved cities in the world for its astonishing culture rich in unique visual arts and without peer for indigenous arts and culture past and present. This in no small part due to the contributions of two arts visionaries and producers—John Morris and Kim Martindale—who together have over a century of profoundly successful expertise around the country and in The City Different.
This year, the duo’s two signature summer shows, "Objects Of Art" and "The American Indian Art Show: 100+ Years Of Indigenous Masters" not only return to full live and in-person but are presented together for the very first time from August 11-14 to provide visitors with a prime opportunity to discover a vast range of historic to contemporary, original, one-of-a-kind art pieces from paintings, sculpture, textiles and jewelry to furniture, books, and tribal folk art from both indigenous American masters and creators all around the word—all through the keen and discerning eyes of Morris and Martindale.
In conjunction with the two simultaneous shows, Morris and Martindale will feature two special exhibitions: Variations on a Loom, Master Navajo Weavers from Crystal Trading Post During the J.B. Moore Era and Looking Forward through the Past: Contemporary Native American Art.
This is one year you absolutely can't miss! Opening Night Celebration and Benefit for SWAIA Indian Market is Thursday August 11 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Objects Of Art & The American Indian Art Show: 100+ Years Of Indigenous Masters
- 555 Camino de La Familia
- Santa Fe, 87501
- Santa Fe Railyard
- Grand Opening Celebration Benefit for SWAIA: $100 Daily: $15 Run Of Show Pass: $25