ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Sunday is the final day for people to experience Indigenous American art at the North 4th Art Center in Albuquerque. Its Indigenous Brilliance exhibit is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in Albuquerque.

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It first showed in London, England in 2012. The theme is “Culture Without Compromise” and aims to share Indigenous artists’ stories. “I feel each one of the artists exhibiting a part of who they are but also exhibiting a part of their culture,” says Lyle Toledo Yazzie, lead artist and co-curator of the exhibit.

Fifteen Indigenous artists are featured in the exhibit.