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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Peeling Back
    Quinceañera Our Story Our Future Governor s Gallery Upcoming Exhibitions Assumed Identities Photographs by Anne Noggle Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Pluralism Peeling Back Peeling Back 2000 Judy Chicago Chromatic erosion by Vicki Leon San Diego CA etching and acrylic on laminated and mirrored glass 29 x 29 x 4 1 2 in Museum purchase 2007 2007 4 Ladder Flame Gas Can Viva La Fiesta Zozobra Peeling Back Double Take Untitled Shrine Yee Tah lee Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Indian High Tech Peace Pipe

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/past/past-exhibitions-2008-to-2008/how-the-west-is-one/pluralism/peeling-back1.html (2016-02-14)
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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Double Take
    Gallery Upcoming Exhibitions Assumed Identities Photographs by Anne Noggle Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Pluralism Double Take Double Take 2002 Diego Romero gold gilt paint ceramic Purchase with funds donated by the Herzstein Family Acquisition Endowment Fund 2003 Cochiti artist Diego Romero reinterprets the pictorial pottery tradition of the prehistoric Mimbres culture of southern New Mexico Ancient aesthetic traditions became a lively area of investigation at the end of the 20th century Artists freely employed this style to depict non traditional subjects icons and design elements in their contemporary art The scenes painted on the interiors of Romero s bowls often show comic book like figures to recount events from New Mexico s colonial history battles from World War II and scenes from local popular culture In this work Romero depicts the artists under the portal of the Palace of the Governos selling their art to tourists and does so in a manner that combines the ancient past with the present Listen to audio here Ladder Flame Gas Can Viva La Fiesta Zozobra Peeling Back Double Take Untitled Shrine Yee Tah lee Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi Washington Landscape with

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/past/past-exhibitions-2008-to-2008/how-the-west-is-one/pluralism/double-take1.html (2016-02-14)
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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Untitled (Shrine)
    Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Pluralism Untitled Shrine Untitled Shrine 2003 Maurice Dixon Jr tin paper glass Maurice Dixon Jr learned to make functional metal objects crafted in New Mexico s Hispanic tradition In 2000 his friend Steve Diamant a collector of historic tin frames and shrines made by Hispanic artists commissioned Dixon to make him a tin shrine Diamant left the nature of the work to Dixon but gave him three 19th century engravings of Catholic saints to be included in the sculpture Dixon s untitled shrine brings together many aspects of that tradition the use of punched tin and reverse painting on glass to enshrine historic engravings of Catholic saints Dixon is neither Catholic nor Hispanic yet he has fully mastered the aesthetic details and techniques of this long standing tradition To acknowledge Diamant s Jewish heritage Dixon included two smaller frames intended to hang on the wall each enclosing foil wrapped chocolate candies embossed with Hanukkah menorahs Ethnic preconceptions dictate expectations about artists and collectors Dixon and his Diamant contradict those expectations Ladder Flame Gas Can Viva La Fiesta Zozobra Peeling Back Double Take Untitled Shrine

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/past/past-exhibitions-2008-to-2008/how-the-west-is-one/pluralism/untitled-shrine.html (2016-02-14)
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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Yee Tah-lee
    Governor s Gallery Upcoming Exhibitions Assumed Identities Photographs by Anne Noggle Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Pluralism Yee Tah lee Yee Tah lee 2006 Teri Greeves tennis shoes size 13 cut glass beads seed beads Gift of the Dobkin Family Foundation 2006 Teri Greeves breaks the barriers between fine art and popular culture as well as the divide between traditional Native arts and contemporary art Greeves has been beading modern moccasins with designs that reflect her Kiowa heritage Yee Tah lee combines high top basketball shoes with images that reflect a Kiowan origin myth The beading on the sides of the shoes contrasts with silk screened comic book imagery on the tongue of the original shoes Greeves hopes that her mix of popular culture and Kiowa myth will help her children learn about their heritage and pass that knowledge on to another generation Greeves shoes defy simple categorization because they blur commonly held distinctions between art and craft design and architecture public and private art Ladder Flame Gas Can Viva La Fiesta Zozobra Peeling Back Double Take Untitled Shrine Yee Tah lee Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi Washington Landscape with

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/past/past-exhibitions-2008-to-2008/how-the-west-is-one/pluralism/yee-tah-lee2.html (2016-02-14)
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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi
    Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Pluralism Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi 2005 Carol Sarkisian rhinestones gold leaf silver leaf glass beads glitter Purchase Prize Originals 2005 funded by the New Mexico Committee National Mu seum of Women in the Arts Carol Sarkisian s fascination with rhinestones led her to transform everyday objects into glittery glitzy images Her Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi is a jewel like sculpture made out of a model car and trailer This work speaks to her passion for highways vehicles and tourism by elevating popular culture to an exalted level Sarkisian s art also undermines distinctions between jewelry

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/past/past-exhibitions-2008-to-2008/how-the-west-is-one/pluralism/deluxe-samba-pulling-bambi.html (2016-02-14)
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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Indian
    Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Pluralism Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Indian Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Indian 1976 T C Cannon American Kiowa Caddo 1946 1978 acrylic on canvas Gift of Nancy and Richard Bloch 2001 2001 13 1 T C Cannon s experiences with racism in Oklahoma radicalized the young painter Cannon attack stereotypes of Native art and reinterpret the history of Native relations with non Indians He rejected conventional versions of American history in his painting Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Indian During the 19th century the federal government brought tribal leaders to Washington D C to sign treaties between Indian nations and the United States Tribal leaders were given top hats peace medals on ribbons and canes symbolizing their political authority as part of the peace ceremonies When pioneers and the federal government broke the treaties all that remained were these empty symbols of a failed peace and the posed photographs of Native delegations Cannon s flattened Pop style combines these symbols into a sarcastic commentary on the past The clashing reds blues greens and purples in Cannon s painting may serve as nonverbal expressions of the continuing political conflicts between Native peoples and the federal government Listen

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/past/past-exhibitions-2008-to-2008/how-the-west-is-one/pluralism/peace-medal-indian.html (2016-02-14)
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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - High Tech Peace Pipe No. 1
    Share Building the Museum of Art Quinceañera Our Story Our Future Governor s Gallery Upcoming Exhibitions Assumed Identities Photographs by Anne Noggle Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Pluralism High Tech Peace Pipe High Tech Peace Pipe No 1 2000 James Luna b 1950 metal plastic beads Museum purchase with funds provided by the Make A Wish Foundation James Luna addresses stereotypes of Native spirituality and politics with his contemporary peace pipe fabricated from plumbing fixtures and hand beaded decorations all resting on a push button telephone receiver The allusions of High Tech Peace Pipe No 1 are both humorous and profound The transition from traditional to industrial materials underscores the transformation of Native communities from self sufficient entities to components of a vast global economy The red phone base refers to the hotline used to avert international crises during the Cold War Luna s pipe speaks to the purported need for spiritual intercession to resolve political differences Ladder Flame Gas Can Viva La Fiesta Zozobra Peeling Back Double Take Untitled Shrine Yee Tah lee Deluxe Samba Pulling Bambi Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Indian High Tech Peace Pipe No

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/past/past-exhibitions-2008-to-2008/how-the-west-is-one/pluralism/high-tech-peace-pipe.html (2016-02-14)
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  • About the Juried Show | New Mexico Museum of Art | Art on the Edge 2010
    DesPlas Rebekah Potter Donna Ruff Joel Santaquilani Martina Shenal Derrick Velasquez Greta Young About the Juried Show Presented by the Friends of Contemporary Art Photography FOCA P Hosted by the New Mexico Museum of Art Juried by Toby Kamps January

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/exhibitions/virtual-gallery/art-on-the-edge-2013/about-the-juried-show/ (2016-02-14)
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