For the past three decades, David Bradley (Minnesota Chippewa, born 1954) has been a recognized voice from Indian Country, confronting through his art questions of identity, self-determination, and self-representation, as well as definitions of “traditional” Indian art. Drawing influence from diverse sources such as Santa Fe–style painting of the 1930s–40s, Renaissance art, pop culture, advertising, and film, Bradley’s work is at once serious and fun, historical and contemporary.
This exhibition has been organized by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, NM, and circulated through Guest Curator Traveling Exhibitions.
Exhibition Date: Through January 5, 2020
Location: The Autry: Norman F. Sprague, Jr. Gallery
Autry Members: Free
Students (with current ID) and Seniors (60+): $10
Children (3–12): $6
Children under 3: Free
Free with current ID for active military personnel and veterans, peace officers, and park rangers.