Kent Monkman, Fisher River Band Cree, Lot’s Wife, 2012. Fiberglass, Styrofoam, wood, taxidermy deer, artificial grass, video projection. Gift from Vicki and Kent Logan to the Collection of the Denver Art Museum, TL-32451 (acc# pending). Photo courtesy Elaine Stocki of the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Sovereign: Independent Voices

September 15, 2013August 17, 2014
Hamilton Building - Level 3 — Included in general admission.

Sovereign: Independent Voices highlights the work of three leading American Indian contemporary artists, Kent Monkman, Rose Simpson, and Virgil Ortiz, who have received international acclaim. These artists challenge people to think more broadly about the place of native artists in the contemporary art world through a fusion of historic techniques with contemporary styles and ideas. The included works reflect meditations on the self and native histories in a variety of media, including painting, sculptural ceramics, and multimedia works. Organized and curated by the DAM's associate curator of native arts, John Lukavic, this exhibit is on view in the Mike and Suzy Leprino Gallery.

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