For the first community-curated Native American art exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (14 July–4 June 2024), the Pueblo Pottery Collective has selected more than 100 Pueblo pots to be displayed alongside contemporary commissions. The aim: to expand public understanding of such vessels, which can express both communal and personal histories. Ranging from early examples dating to the 11th century through to murals by contemporary Pueblo artists, highlights include a storage jar (c. 1870–80) by Arroh-a-och from Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico and an Acoma jar (1920–25) by the Acoma Pueblo artist Juanita Johnson. Find out more on the Met’s website.
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