Citations with the tag: HOPI art
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- Indigenous cultures celebrated.
Petten, Cheryl // Windspeaker; Jun2002, Vol. 20 Issue 2, Guide to Indian Country p10
Highlights the celebration of Museum of Northern Arizona of the art and culture of Hopi, Navajo, Zuni and Pai people in Flagstaff, Arizona. Difference between the marketplaces and the festivals; Celebration of Hopi running tradition during the marketplace; Demonstrations of Navajo weavers...
- NATIVE NEWS EXCHANGE.
Petten, Cheryl // Eastern Door; 4/19/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 15, p3
The article discusses an auction of seventy sacred masks allegedly belonging to the Hopi people of Arizona at the Druout Richelieu in Paris, France on April 12, 2013.
- More Hopi masks on the block in Paris.
C. Bi. // Art Newspaper; Nov2013, Vol. 23 Issue 251, Special section p13
The article discusses a sale of Hopi art to be held at the Eve auction house in Paris, France, on December 9, 2013, which will feature masks and fresco paintings.
London, Phil; London, Anita // Metalsmith; Summer1991, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p22
A biography of Hopi jeweler Charles Loloma is presented. Loloma was born on January 7, 1921 in Hotevilla, Arizona to Rex and Rachel Loloma. His talent was realized by his teachers back in his day school at the Village of Hotevilla. It was in 1939 when he had his first major commission, which was...
- Tribes join forces to save petroglyph site.
Arrillaga, Pauline // Native American Times; 2/3/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p2
The article discusses the efforts of the Hopi Indian tribe to save a site known as Tutuveni in Arizona which contains nearly 5,000 petroglyphs of Hopi clan symbols, some of which date back to A.D. 1200.
- Stetson Honyumptewa (Hopi).
Arrillaga, Pauline // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p7
The article presents an image of a Bobcat Katsina doll designed by Hopi craftsman Stetson Honyumptewa.
- Souvenir Tiles.
Arrillaga, Pauline // Southwest Art; Jul2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p60
The article reports on the exhibition "Clay2: Southwestern Indian Pottery Tiles," on view at the Arizona State Museum in Tucson until October 14, 2007. The exhibition features 75 different tiles, including works from early 20th-century Hopi potters Fanni Nampeyo and Sadie Adams. According to the...
- THE Hopi Way.
Talahongva, Patty // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p50
The author shares the culture of Hopi in northeastern Arizona. She notes that the Spanish sent Catholic missionaries to the Hopi during the 17th century. She adds that Hopi religion is attached to daily life and every action. She furthers that Hopi rely on arts and crafts such as painting,...
- Hopi Sacred Artifacts Sold.
Talahongva, Patty // American History; Aug2013, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p16
The article reports that an April 12, 2013 auction held at the auction house of NÃ©ret-Minet Tessier & Sarrou in Paris, France of seventy Hopi katsinam, masks or headresses held sacred by the Hopi Indians who largely live in Arizona, drew protesters who claimed that such sacred objects should...
- Art in Daily Life.
Smith, Michael // Iowa Heritage Illustrated; Fall2009, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p100
The article reviews an exhibition of artifacts from the Native American Collections at the State Historical Society of Iowa, discussing exhibition pieces including a circa 1875 Lakota Sioux club or dance stick, a circa 1900 Hopi decorative plaque featuring a thunderbird design, and a circa 1900...
- Trading Post Treasures: The Verne Reckmeyer Collection of Southwestern Silver and Turquoise, Denver Museum of Natural History, 2001 Colon- do Bl.. Denver, CO 80205. Some six.
Liu, Robert K. // Ornament; Winter89, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p20
The article reviews the exhibition "Trading Post Treasures: The Verne Reckmeyer Collection of Southwestern Silver and Turquoise" jewelry at the Denver Museum of Natural History in Denver, Colorado.
- Pueblo Leggings.
Coleman, Ava T. // Piecework; Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p35
The article examines the history of leggings in the Pueblo Indian culture. Particular focus is given to how the leggings, which were produced out of materials including human hair, animal skin and wool, were incorporated into ceremonial outfits. Details relating to how the construction of the...
- LES 3 VENTES Ã€ NE PAS MANQUER.
DELUBAC, LUCIE // Beaux Arts Magazine; dec2012, Issue 342, p152
The article discusses three art auctions in Paris, France, in December 2012 including one by the auction house Artcurial featuring ancient illuminated manuscripts from the collection belonging to art collector Ernesto Wolf and his wife Liuba and two by the auction house Drouot Richelieu which...
- Selected Exhibitions.
DELUBAC, LUCIE // Native Peoples Magazine; May/Jun2003, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p62
The article reviews several exhibitions of Native American art works held across the U.S. in 2003 including "Hopi Tiles and Pueblo Plates" at Faust Gallery, a sculpture exhibit at Figarelli Fine Art and "Natuyetappiks--The Above Beings" at Lodgepole Gallery.
- RAINY NAHA.
Fauntleroy, Gussie // Southwest Art; Aug2007, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p184
The article focuses on Rainy Naha, a Hopi/Tewa potter from Arizona. Naha has had a lifelong relationship with the art form of her ancestors, whose ancient pottery shards still inspire designs for her pots. She said that all of her work is treated with her to achieve the goal of passing her...
- Jesse Monongye.
M. H. // Native Peoples Magazine; Feb/Mar2000, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p58
The article features Navajo inlay jeweler Jesse Monongye. The jewelry designed by Monongye exhibits Hopi Indian-like qualities. The designs of the jeweler, which are said to feature superb color combinations, balance and technical perfection, are sought after worldwide and have been included in...
- BLESSED BY COTTONWOOD DUST.
TALAHONGVA, PATTY // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p38
The article profiles artist Stetson Honyumptewa. Particular focus is given to his work carving Hopi katsina dolls and to the role of Hopi beliefs and practices in his life. Details on his participation in the Native American art fair known as the Heard Market are presented. Other topics include...
- Hopi Kachinas: History, Legends, and Art.
Gleason, Jane // Maine Antique Digest; Oct2013, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p14-D
The article reviews the book "Hopi Kachinas: History, Legends, and the Art," by Ron Pecina and Bob Pecina.
- MUSIC AND NATURE.
Clarkson, Austin // Structurist; 1983/1984, Issue 23/24, p56
The article focuses on the musical attitudes towards the nature of art. It is stated that a reading of creation myths from around the world reveals that sound plays an important part in bringing the cosmos into being including the creation myth of the Hopi nation that takes sound to be both a...
- Around the Nation.
Clarkson, Austin // Humanities; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p40
The article reviews events and exhibitions in the U.S. in 2013 such as "Hopi Festival of Arts and Culture" at the Museum of Northern Arizona on July 6 and 7, an airing of the documentary film "Buen Provecho! Florida's Spanish Flavor" on public television in July and August, and a book tour in...
- MARCHÃ‰ DE L'ART: EN BREF.
T. J.; B. G.-S. // Beaux Arts Magazine; avr2012, Issue 334, p132
The article discusses several art auctions including the painting "L'Ã‰cuyÃ¨re," by Marc Chagall, by the auction house Camard et AssociÃ©s on March 27, 2012, the gold-plated panel "Sans titre 'Monogold'," by Yves Klein, by the auction house Drouot Richelieu in Paris, France, on April 4,...
- Surfacing on the market.
Pryor, Rioh // Art Newspaper; Apr2013, Vol. 22 Issue 245, Special section p31
The article discusses auctions being held in April 2013 including one at Tessier & Sarrou in Paris, France featuring masks of Hopi Indians, one at Dorotheum in Vienna, Austria, featuring Old Master paintings and one at Bonhams in London, England featuring Indian and Islamic works of art.
- Back to the Roots: Hopi Katsina Dolls.
Hucko, Bruce; Simpson, Georgina Kennedy // Native Peoples Magazine; Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p32
The article discusses the comparison between the traditional and the new style of the Hopi Katsina Dolls. It notes that the Hopi people believed that everything has a spirit which is embodied by the katsinam and personified by the carved "katsina dolls." It tells that traditionally, men go...
- ernest moore.
TALAHONGVA, PATTY // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p58
The article presents information about Ernest Moore Jr., a Hopi carver. During the time that he was recovering from a thyroid problem, Moore dedicated himself to carving. He concentrated on tummy huggers and carved flat dolls. His works of art are sold under his Hopi name of Quanhoyeoma, which...