Brooklyn Museum acquires Untitled (Pink and Blue)

A Peek Into the Brooklyn Museum’s Latest Acquisitions, Hyperallergic “Works by María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Dyani White Hawk, Emily Sargent, and ​​Hisako Hibi are among the 300 pieces joining the museum’s collection.” …”The museum also acquired works by two contemporary artists of Indigenous heritage. “Untitled (Pink and Blue)” (2022) by Dyani White Hawk (Sičangu Lakota) features […]

VSF presents Diedrick Brackens and White Hawk, One of the Best Booths at Frieze LA

The Best Booths at Frieze LA 2023 From ARTnews magazine: “A breakout star of the 2022 Whitney Biennial, Dyani White Hawk has four works on view in the Various Small Fires booth, in dialogue with textile pieces by Diedrick Brackens. White Hawk is invested in reorienting the history of abstraction and reclaiming the narrative that […]

Review: Dyani White Hawk: Speaking To Relatives at MCA Denver

Review of Dyani White Hawk: Speaking to Relatives at MCA Denver by Emelie Trice, featured in Southwest Contemporary “Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota) is a cultural interpreter, bridging visual languages of her Indigenous and European heritages through radiant paintings that practically glow in the first floor galleries of Museum of Contemporary Art Denver as part […]

Guided: An Interview with Dyani White Hawk

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.

The Gifts in Making: Dyani White Hawk in American Craft Magazine

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 […]