The Santa Fe Winter Online Show

Hopi kachina, new mexico, Galerie Flak, Santa Fe Virtual

ABOVE: Large figure of Alosaka Katsina, Kachina god of germination.
Hopi, Arizona, USA
1900s
Cottonwood, natural pigments
H.: 43 cm
Ex Galerie Flak, Paris
Private collection, Paris
Photo © Galerie Flak
To be offered by Gallery Flak, Paris, during The Santa Fe Winter Online Show.


SANTA FE AND BEYOND—The annual summer shows in Santa Fe were cancelled this year due to COVID-19 concerns, but a number of dealers stepped up and created a virtual event that was remarkably well received.

Since the pandemic is not showing signs of subsiding anytime soon, Sherwoods Spirit of America, James Compton Gallery, Brant Mackley Gallery, and Trotta-Bono Ltd. have formalized their online exhibition efforts under the name Santa Fe Virtual.
This January they’ll host The Winter Online Show, an invitational show featuring some seventy-five dealers of fine historical native and tribal art.
Many are from the Santa Fe area, but the rest are from around the United States and beyond, and most are familiar from the art show circuit over the years.

Practical information:
The Winter Online Show
Santa Fe Virtual
14-18 January 2021

Manta Navajo New Mexico y James Compton Gallery Santa Fe

ABOVE: Manta. Navajo; American Southwest.
C. 1870.
Wool.
100.3 x 154.9 cm.

To be offered by James Compton Gallery during The Santa Fe Winter Online Show, January 14–January 18, 2021.

Owl mask yup'ik, Alaska, Brant mackley, Santa Fe

ABOVE: Owl mask. Yup’ik; Alaska.
19th century.

Ex Holbrook Collection; by family descent.
Photo: Brant Mackley Gallery.

To be offered by Brant Mackley Gallery during The Santa Fe Winter Online Show, January 14– January 18, 2021.

Olla acomita new mexico James Compton Santa  Fe Virtual

ABOVE: Olla or water jar. Acomita, New Mexico.
C. 1850.
Terracotta.
D: 35.6 cm.

To be offered by James Compton Gallery during The Santa Fe Winter Online Show, January 14–January 18, 2021.

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