Storied Abstraction

September 9th - October 22nd
Solo exhibition at Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis

Back Where They Came From

September 2nd - October 22nd
Group exhibition at Sherry Leedy Contemporary, Kansas City, MO

superusted: The 4th annual Midwest Biennial

August 18th - October 23rd
Group exhibition at Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI

Horse Nation of the Očhèthi Šakówin

opening September 22nd
Traveling exhibition opening at The Heritage Center at Red Cloud Indian School on September 22, The Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City in the winter of 2016, and The South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings through August 2017

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Dyani White Hawk (Sicangu Lakota), earned her MFA in studio arts in 2011 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She completed a BFA in 2008 from the Institute of American Indian Arts. White Hawk is a 2015 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Regional Artist Fellowship recipient, 2014 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant recipient, 2013 McKnight Visual Arts Fellowship recipient, a 2012 SWAIA Discovery Fellowship recipient and won the 2011 Best of Classification (Painting, Drawing, Graphics and Photography) at the Santa Fe Indian Art Market. She draws from her multi-cultural background and education to create paintings and mixed media works that speak to her upbringing as a Lakota woman in an urban American landscape.

White Hawk is represented by the Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis, and the Shiprock Santa Fe Gallery