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Latergram: Social distancing, vol 2. The Baxwana’tsi: Container for Our Souls by Marianne Nicholson at the Renwick Gallery is beautiful. Works from the exhibit can be viewed online (https://americanart.si.edu/exhibitions?museum%5Brenwick%5D=renwick) from the comfort of your socially distanced space. It will be a long haul but better to protect everyone and maintain quarantine for the weeks ahead. #Renwick#saam@americanart#latergram#artmuseumonline
I saw Hearts of Our People at the Renwick this weekend. So amazing! I mostly took pictures of clothing items, but the show featured so many amazing native female artists. .
1. Elk Tooth Dress, circa 1930; by an unidentified Apsáalooke (Crow) artist. These were a big deal, as only the eye teeth of the elk were used. So the dresses displayed not only the skill of the makers but also the hunting prowess of the men in her family.
2. Hummingbird Copper Dress, 1989; by Dorothy Grant (Haida), with Robert Davidson (Haida/Tlinglit). Beautifully made couture - the impossibly tiny stitches on the appliquéd motifs... 🤩
3. / 4. Seal Gut Parka, circa 1890-1910; by a Central Yup'ik, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska artist. The construction details and the minimalist decoration of dyed animal fur (polar bear and walrus) struck me as incredibly modern.
5. Infant's Buckskin Coat, circa 1890; by an unidentified Apsáalooke (Crow) artist. This little coat was so lovely and obviously made for a very special child. The beading! So gorgeous. 🧵
6. Adaptation II, 2012; Jamie Okuma (Luiseño/Shoshone-Bannock). Altered Louboutins. Need I say more?
7. Baxwāna'tsi: The Container for Souls, 2006; Marianne Nicolson (Kwakwaka'wakw/Dzawada'enuxw First Nations) One of many incredible installations. .
The sun is shining, the weather is bright, its a good day to go for a drive and visit Marlborough galleries.
The flags are out and Bonnie Coad is manning the gallery, call in and have a chat to this mixed media collage artist about her interesting works.
Tapestry. Textiles. Ceramics. Beadwork. Printmaking. Photography. Art. Women. The majority of Native art was, and is, female-made. It fills our hearts - and the @renwickgallery - through May 17. #DCITYstyle
Extra time in DC? Favorite stop: #renwick First is quilt made from stitched together film! Second looks like Native bead work, but is pointillist. 3 looks like fabric over clock - but no fabric; it is carved wood. All beautiful!!!
I cannot stop thinking about this installation at the Renwick Gallery!! If you’re out ogling at the cherry blossoms today, make a stop at @americanartmuseum to see this beautiful work by @hybycozo! 📷 by @syang ❤️✨
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truth and sushi 🍣 #tbt to last month at the opening party of No Spectators ✨✨ costuming by @pelonkey, shot by @nomad.ness
Have you guys ever been on a wine tour? How about by bike? I’ve written a review of the Renwick wine tour my partner and I did a couple of months ago and I would love for you to check it out if you have time! It seriously was the most fun I’ve ever had on a bike! 🙊 (Link in bio).
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This exhibition at #renwick made me want to go to Burning Man so badly!