THE FUTURE OF NATIVE ART HAS ARRIVED

Afro & Indigenous Futurism Come Together at the Met

Afro & Indigenous Futurism Come Together at the Met

Nona Hendryx performs at the Met; costume and set design by Virgil Ortiz.  Photo by Paula Lobo.A parade of people in elaborate, exaggerated dress and masks obscuring their faces parade into a sacred temple many millennia old, united by an incantation about aiming to...

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Inside Indigenous Futurisms

Inside Indigenous Futurisms

For the last two decades, I have been developing a screenplay titled Revolt 1680/2180. It is not just a story of persecution and revolt, but also a story of resilience—one that seems to be more critical than ever in today’s political and cultural climate.  With every...

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TABOO II

TABOO II

In 2017, Virgil Ortiz conceptualized his first show of Taboo.  It was a unique opportunity for him to engage the unacceptable or forbidden through his work in clay.  The success of the show reflected not only his creativity but spoke to people in a way that allowed...

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1680 PUEBLO REVOLT

The First American Revolution