Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art From Indigenous North America presents works by contemporary artists working across the United States and Canada in a variety of mediums and modalities. The exhibition centers around works produced in the 21st century, highlighting the significant contribution Indigenous artists have made and continue to make to broader culture from 2000 to 2020. Indigenous artists from North America present work that addresses critical dialogues taking place globally, engaging with challenging mediums and modes of production, expressing a continuum of their respective cultural heritages while also entering into conversation with and interpreting the canon of art history. Artists in this exhibition include: Neal Inuksois Ambrose-Smith, Nanobah Becker, Nanibah Chacon, Lewis Desoto, Jeffrey Gibson, Elisa Harkins, Brian Jungen, Brad Kahlhamer, Ian Kuali’i, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Meryl Mcmaster, Kent Monkman, Laura Ortman, Mike Patten, Eric-Paul Riege, Cara Romero, Kali Spitzer, C. Maxx Stevens, Jock Soto, Jaune Quick-To-See-Smith, Marie Watt, Kathy Elkwoman Whitman, Steven Yazzie.
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