Art on Hulfish | Native America: In Translation

Martine Gutierrez (born 1989, Berkeley, CA; active Brooklyn, NY), Queer Rage, Dear Diary, No Signal During VH1’s Fiercest Divas, from the series Indigenous Woman, 2018. Courtesy of the artist and RYAN LEE Gallery, New York © Martine Gutierrez

Curated by artist Wendy Red Star, this exhibition gathers work by Indigenous artists who consider the complex histories of colonialism, identity, and heritage. The exhibition, for which Art on Hulfish will be the first venue, extends Red Star’s work as guest editor of the Fall 2020 issue of Aperture magazine.

Presented at Art on Hulfish, 11 Hulfish Street. Click here for gallery hours and details.

Art on Hulfish is free and open seven days a week. Masks, vaccination, and contact information required. Under the University's current visitor policy, children under 12 are not permitted to enter the galleries.

Native America: In Translation is curated by Wendy Red Star. The exhibition is organized by Aperture Foundation, New York, and is made possible, in part, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Art on Hulfish is made possible by the leadership support of Annette Merle-Smith and by Princeton University. Generous support is also provided by John Diekman, Class of 1965, and Susan Diekman; William S. Fisher, Class of 1979, and Sakurako Fisher; J. Bryan King, Class of 1993; Christopher E. Olofson, Class of 1992; Barbara and Gerald Essig; Jim and Valerie McKinney; Nancy A. Nasher, Class of 1976, and David J. Haemisegger, Class of 1976; H. Vincent Poor, Graduate Class of 1977; the Curtis W. McGraw Foundation; and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional supporters include the Humanities Council, the Department of English, the Gender + Sexuality Resource Center, the Graduate School, and the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative at Princeton (NAISIP).