Neal Ambrose Smith : C cen u kwes xwuyi (where are you going?)

Neal Ambrose-Smith American
Publisher Missoula Art Museum

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This solo exhibition of works by Neal Ambrose-Smith (Flathead Salish, Métis, and Cree; descendent of the Confederate Salish and Kootenai Nation of Montana) was held at the Missoula Art Museum from August 2021 to March 2022. The accompanying catalog features recent prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, and neon that interconnect Native stories, such as the trickster shapeshifting Coyote, with imagery from popular culture, such as Alice in Wonderland, Where the Wild Things Are, Star Trek, and Star Wars. The title is presented in both the Séliš and English languages, and the catalog features essays by Brandon Reintjes, John Calsbeek, and Lara Evans.

Neal Ambrose Smith :  C cen u kwes xwuyi (where are you going?), Neal Ambrose-Smith (American, born Texas, 1966)

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