Kwaku Bempha (Asante artist) and unidentified blacksmith
Active early 20th century, Ghana
Double bell (dawuro, nnawuta) c. 1920
Fowler Museum at UCLA, X87.1312
Earring Aid, Bedazzled, 2014. Designed by Elana Langer. Swarovski crystals, e6000 glue, hearing aid. Gift of Elana Langer. Photo: © Hanna Agar.
COPYRIGHT:© Hanna Agar
The National Native American Veterans Memorial, Warriors' Circle of Honor, Harvey Pratt (Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma)
National Museum of the American Indian
T. C. Cannon (1946–1978, Caddo/Kiowa), Two Guns Arikara, 1974–77. Acrylic and oil on canvas. Anne Aberbach and Family, Paradise Valley, Arizona. Copyright 2018 Estate of T. C. Cannon. The exhibition “T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America,” organized by the Peabody Essex Museum, runs April 6 to Sept. 16, 2019, at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. Photo by Thosh Collins.
Credit: “Mother III” by Yun Suknam, acrylic on wood, 2018. Courtesy Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul. Photo by Yun Suknam.
Installation view of Arthur Jafa, “Love is the Message, The Message is Death,” 2016 in “The Message: New Media Works” at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 2017. Courtesy of Arthur Jafa and Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York/ Rome. Photo: Cathy Carver
The Native Art Market offers a unique shopping opportunity for visitors to purchase traditional and contemporary works—including silver and semiprecious jewelry, ceramics, fine apparel, handwoven baskets, traditional beadwork, dolls, paintings, prints and sculpture—by some of the finest Native American artists. Photo courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian.
Photorealistic rendering based off of concepts in the NACTO Blueprint for Autonomous Urbanism. Copyright © 2017 Bloomberg Philanthropies. Reproduced with permission by Bloomberg Philanthropies and the National Association of City Transportation Officials.
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