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Exhibition Detail
Through Their Eyes: Paintings from the Santa Fe Indian School
704 Camino Lejo
Santa Fe, NM 87505


May 17th, 2009 - April 18th, 2010
 
Untitled - Narciso Abeyta (Ha So De), Narciso AbeytaNarciso Abeyta,
Untitled - Narciso Abeyta (Ha So De),
1935-36, 21" x 29 1/4"
© Wheelwright Museum
Basket Dance - Pablita Velarde (Te Tsan), Pablita VelardePablita Velarde,
Basket Dance - Pablita Velarde (Te Tsan),
1940, 13 ¾" x 21 ¼"
© Wheelwright Museum
Untitled- Fred Kabotie (Nayayoma), Fred KabotieFred Kabotie, Untitled- Fred Kabotie (Nayayoma),
1920-30, 16 ½" x 22 ¾"
© Wheelwright Museum
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Opening on May 17, 2009, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian presents Through Their Eyes: Paintings from the Santa Fe Indian School.

This exhibition focuses on paintings from the Charlotte G. Mittler collection created by students who attended the Santa Fe Indian School between 1919 and 1945. Featured artists include Fred Kabotie, Velino Shjie Herrera, Allan Houser, Andrew Tsinjinnie, Pablita Velarde, and Sybil Yazzie.

The Santa Fe Indian School has long been considered the birthplace of contemporary Native American easel painting. What has been written about the Santa Fe Indian School Studio and its place within the development of contemporary Native American painting concentrates largely on the patronage and the uniqueness of Santa Fe's non-Native artistic and intellectual communities.

The purpose of this exhibition is to give voice to a Native American perspective and to reveal how these paintings reflect Native American thought and life as seen through the eyes of the youth during the years between the two world wars. 

This exhibit will run through April 18, 2010.


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