For generations, Zuni people have carved tiny, intricate figures called fetishes. A new exhibition in Albuquerque explores one family’s artistic heritage.
Category - Art NM
Eveli Sabatie was road-tripping from San Francisco when master jeweler Charles Loloma took her on as an apprentice. Together they would reimagine what Southwestern jewelry could be.
Before Lloyd Kiva New co-founded the Institute of American Indian Arts in 1962, his collections put Native fashion design on the map. Three centennial exhibitions celebrate—and expose new facets of— his dynamic legacy.