Fri, Sep 01|
Dreaming On The Side by Joan Frederick (First Friday)
At Space C147 (formerly Cinnabar Gallery, behind Divine Sunshine and Joe Blues) come check out Dreaming On The Side by Joan Frederick, Presented by Angela Martinez. This is an official FOTOSEPTIEMBRE 2023 exhibition.
Time & Location
Sep 01, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Space C147, 1420 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
About the event
Gallery receptions: Thursday, August 31, 2023; First Friday, September 1, 2023; Thursday, September 21, 2023; all 6 – 9 pm Exhibit on display: August 31 – September 30, 2023
Viewing hours: Every Saturday, 1 – 5 pm | And by appointment Contact: Angela Martinez (210) 393-9909 | firstname.lastname@example.org Free and open to the public
Joan Frederick lives in San Antonio, Texas and is an artist, writer, photographer and Indian art historian. She grew up in Oklahoma where the largest number of Indian tribes were relocated at the end of the 19th century, but she moved to San Antonio during the oil crash of the 1980s. The diverse Mexican heritage she found in south Texas closely mirrored the Indian culture she had left in Oklahoma, and as she says, “Our southern brothers took me in.” She won a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1995, and her biography of contemporary Kiowa painter T.C. Cannon stands as one of the most important books in the history of Native American art, because Cannon is widely considered to be the Van Gogh of Indian art who helped change the face of Native American art into the “new wave” scene which characterizes the genre today. Frederick’s latest work focuses on preserving information about the culture and art of Native Americans and also on her photography which profiles the two cultures, both Native American and Latino, in which she now resides.