LOOM Indigenous Art Gallery

 

The LOOM Indigenous Art Gallery is Gallup’s smallest gallery, occupying about 30 square feet of space. But what the LOOM Gallery lacks in size, it makes up for in punch. LOOM is a cutting-edge and experimental space spotlighting rising star, innovative, and contemporary Indigenous artists from across the continent, from Los Angeles to Toronto. This next generation of artists is socially engaged, bringing fresh voices, different perspectives and a whole lotta style to Gallup.

Tune in to LOOM Gallery on Facebook  @LOOMIndigenous and Instagram @loomindigenousart

Contact the LOOM Advisory Council at loom.indigenous.arts@gmail.com. 

LOOM Gallery Address: 

209 W. Coal Ave. in downtown Gallup (87301)

LOOM Gallery Hours:

24/7

LOOM Gallery Show Openings: 

Every second Saturday from 7 -9 pm

LOOM Gallery Advisory Council: 
  • Orlando Walker, Diné/Zuni Artist – Co-chair

  • Allison Johnson, Diné Community Planner – Co-chair

  • Eric-Paul Reige, Diné Artist – Treasurer

  • Demian Dine’Yazhi – Diné Artist

 

Shows
Artists Exhibited

2020 LOOM Gallery Show Schedule:

January + February: Winter Group Show
LOOM Gallery is honored to hold space with and for our beloved Indigenous + Indigenous Latinx community in our continuance to honor Indigenous knowledges + brilliance + truth.

March & April – Coronavirus Closure

May – Shondina Lee
This Navajo creative splits her time as a creative director, model, stylist, and photographer. 

June – Hazel Batrezchavez
Hazel Batrezchavez tackles issues of migration and identity through textile, sculpture and performance. 

July – pacotacorox / Art by Tasha N.
Tasha N. creates mixed media work inspired by her memories, her family, and her homeland and the lessons, love and endless grace she feels they have given her. 

August – Piersten Doctor
Navajo artist Piersten Doctor’s paintings capture energy, spirit and movement in a dazzlingly dynamic and expressive way. 

September – Nizhonniyia Luxi Austin
Nizhonniya Luxi Austin explores political, pop culture and personal landscapes in abstract paintings reminiscent of collage.

October – Raven Nez
Raven Nez creates quirky drawings along with the occasional sculpture.

November – Demian DinéYazhi’
Demian DinéYazhi’ creates striking, powerful installations upholding LGBTQ+ and Indigenous rights. 

December –  Rapheal Begay
Rapheal Begay is a photographer and curator from Window Rock, AZ engaging with the aesthetics of the Navajo Nation and ideas of identity, community, and place.

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