“Jaque is passionate and can express his aims with his mural far better than I could,” Shepard Fairey says of one of Jaque Fragua’s monumental pieces.
Stackable plastic drawers filled with her “stash”—beads in every hue known to man—dominate the studio of Teri Greeves (b. 1970).
A couple of years back, I became familiar with the art of Santiago X, which can best be described as equal parts transgressive and tongue-in-cheek.
A Plains Cree member of the Siksika Nation who is also of European
descent, the 27-year-old explored the topic of identity early on, along
with perception, memory and myth.
Onondaga/Nez Perce artist Frank Buffalo Hyde (b. 1974) sees Hollywood and the fashion industry’s attempts at appropriation and raises them.
While most fashion and pop culture trends in the digital age are quick to die out, that of appropriating elements historically associated with Native American culture seems to be holding strong.
The Summer of Color launched with a bang, but a
preliminary report on the campaign finds that despite enthusiasm
and marketing spending, citywide adoption of the
program limped through.
A proposal to create a municipal electric utility—aimed at making Santa Fe carbon neutral sooner than later—appears to be fizzling out.
Long before the conquistadors arrived, Native people in modern-day New Mexico survived, and thrived, living off the land. Our arid climate makes year-round growing challenging, so drying and storing foods was i...
Growing up and living in Santa Fe since the late 1980s, I’ve always associated Indian Market weekend with food more than anything else.