There is no place in the world like the Antique American Indian Art Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Where else can you find a prestigious art show dedicated to the American Indian culture?
There are over 60 exhibitors with unique items coming from all areas of the country, from as close as down the street and as far as Honolulu, Hawaii and New York City! Not only can you view and enjoy these unique items but some are also available for purchase!
You have the opportunity to take home a piece of American Indian culture. There is everything from basketry to jewelry to kachinas and so much more. What other show can offer you a journey from the beginnings of historical American Indian art to contemporary art created today? This experience is only available at this one-of-a-kind art show.
Not only will you get to see art in a whole new way, but you will also be able to hear professionals speak on the history, culture, and significance of American Indian art. Dive into history as you enjoy more than 70 pieces of jewelry from Julian Lovato, presented by Four Winds Gallery and Waddell Gallery. Come hear about the pioneering designer, Alexander Girad, and his impact on the American Indian art world.
This show was designed with you in mind. The booths are large with wall spaces for important pieces to be properly displayed and aisles wide enough to walk or to admire the art around you without spilling your drink provided by Holy Spirit Expresso.
This event falls in the middle of Native Art Week, where the city of Santa Fe celebrates Indigenous American art. The Antique American Indian Art Show is one of the main events and the week also provides events such as film screenings, Santa Fe’s Indian Market, and all the local food from restaurants in the surrounding community. Santa Fe is ready for you!
This is the largest show of its kind in the world! You will not find another experience like this. It only lasts for 4 days a year so don’t miss your chance to come and enjoy the Antique American Indian Art Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Keep the Tradition Alive!
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