Dyani White Hawk: Speaking to Relatives exhibition at Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Thursday, February 18, 2021 to Sunday, May 16, 2021 Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO Speaking to Relatives is a major solo exhibition of mixed-media works by Minneapolis-based artist Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota, born 1976). This ten-year survey of […]
Dyani White Hawk receives 2020 Bemis Alumni Award Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts announces Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota), a visual artist and independent curator based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as its 2020 Bemis Alumni Award winner as part of its formal Alumni Program. White Hawk was a 2017–18 Bemis exhibiting artist in Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly. The annual 5,000 […]
Guided: An Interview with Dyani White Hawk for American Craft Council The Minneapolis-based visual artist shares about the limited-edition blanket she designed in collaboration with ACC, The Great Northern, and Faribault Woolen Mill. Interview by Jaida Grey Eagle.
Material Concerns | Dyani White Hawk: A Lineage of Innovation artist talk for Kleefeld Contemporary Dyani White Hawk, a recent winner of the prestigious United States Artists award, narrates how she has come to incorporate glass beads into her painted canvases while calling attention to the fascinating and often misunderstood history of trade beads in […]
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The Gifts in Making: Dyani White Hawk Three American artists explain what the notion of the gift means to them, how it shapes their work, and what memorable gifts they’ve received. Minneapolis-based artist Dyani White Hawk considered the concept of the gift in all its complexity while she was preparing for her 2020 exhibition “She […]
Mary Weaver Chapin’s IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair Online Picks “Curators and collectors are often eager to share their finds. In that spirit, I happily point to the work of Dyani White Hawk.”