Celebrating Jeffrey Gibson in Denver

Great press just keeps coming about Jeffrey Gibson: Like A Hammer, Gibson’s solo show at the Denver Art Museum. Most recently, art historian and writer Kealey Boyd just posted this wonderful review on Hyperallergic last week:

Jeffrey Gibson Challenges the Parameters of Native American Art

Boyd states that Gibson’s work signals the beginning of “a new and exciting dialogue with the future of American art.” Her refreshing analyses of the work Gibson is doing is right on point. It is such a pleasure to see this dynamic and fascinating artist being celebrated!

Jeffrey Gibson, “AMERICAN HISTORY (JB)” (2015), wool, steel studs, glass beads, artificial sinew, metal jingles, acrylic yarn, nylon fringe, and canvas (image courtesy Jeffrey Gibson & Hyperallergic)