Artist’s Talk with Jim Denomie
Tuesday, Dec 7, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time
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Join us for the final artist’s talk for the exhibition, Thread: Jim Denomie, Maria Dumlao, and Jessica Wimbley.
Primarily a painter, Jim Denomie also works in printmaking, photography, ink drawings and found object sculpture. His narrative paintings focus mainly on political, social, cultural and personal events (both current and historical) pertaining to Native American issues and his personal identity. His most recent body of political work (2018-19) documented the North Dakota Access Pipeline protests at the Standing Rock Reservation in 2016. The nine paintings debuted at Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis, MN in 2019 and a number of then have since or will be exhibited in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Mexico City and Vienna, Austria. His intelligent and courageous work has garnered him numerous prestigious fellowships (a Bush Fellowship, McKnight Fellowships (2) a Joan Mitchell Fellowship, and most recently, a McKnight Distinguished Artist Award (2019) among others. His work is also in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Walker Art Center, the Westphalien Museum of History and Life, the Denver Art Museum, Eiteljorg Museum of Western and American Art as well as many other public and private collections.