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.
Story continues below
- KRQE En Español: Jueves 23 de Junio 2022
- New Mexico: New Mexico’s national forests to lift most major fire restrictions
- Crime: Judge grants release for Albuquerque repeat offender
- Weird – Off Beat: ‘Things got blurry,’ Las Vegas woman accused of drugging, stealing $90K from man at Strip hotel
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.