Two Museums Show Native American Art, Then And Now (The Boston Globe)


The Boston Globe has given the Hood Museum of Art’s ongoing Native American exhibition a rave review, calling it one of “the most thrilling shows you are likely to see this year.”


Rebecca Belmore, Anishinaabeg (Chippewa/Ojibwa), born 1960 Fringe, 2007 Digital print on archival paper (Hood Museum of Art)

“Native American Art at Dartmouth” continues through March 11. It coincides with a similar exhibition at Massachusetts’ Peabody Essex Museum, which Globe art reviewer Sebastian Smee also praises. “Both [shows] are underpinned by the expertise and personal voices of Native Americans. And both will take your imagination to places it may never have expected to go,” he writes.

Read the full story, published 2/3/2012 by The Boston Globe.

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