What’s different is the images are all on skateboard decks. The creators of the show say it melds together the resilient Native work adapted to a decidedly non-Native medium.
PIVOT is a compelling, inspiring exhibit that features nearly 150 pieces of art by Native artists – all using skateboard decks and acrylics as the medium. #IPCCPIVOT #ItAllStartsHere https://t.co/DXvJyYeA2l pic.twitter.com/8r1y1xqi2g— Indian Pueblo (@indianpueblo) March 16, 2022
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