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Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer—the first major museum exhibition of the artist’s work—chronicles a pivotal moment in Gibson’s career when his contemporary artistic practice converged with his Native American heritage.
About 57 objects created from 2011 to the present are featured including wall hangings, beaded punching bags, painted works on rawhide and canvas, and video.
Join John Lukavic, curator of Native arts, for a special tour of the exhibition.
Doors open at 5:40 pm.
Tickets are $5 FoNA members, $10 DAM members, $12 non-members, free for students.
Sponsored by Friends of Native Arts: The Douglas Society, a DAM support group.
Image: Jeffrey Gibson (Mississippi Band Choctaw/Cherokee), Like A Hammer, 2014. Elk hide, glass beads, artificial sinew, wool blanket, metal studs, steel, found pinewood block, and fur; 56 x 24 x 11 in. Collection of Tracy Richelle High and Roman Johnson. Courtesy of Marc Straus Gallery, New York. Image courtesy of Jeffrey Gibson Studio and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California. Photograph by Peter Mauney. ©Jeffrey Gibson.