Nampeyo : : Namingha - Tradition and Transition
Nampeyo : : Namingha Tradition and Transition brings together works of art created by multiple generations of one remarkable family beginning with the Tewa/Hopi potter Nampeyo (ca. 1857-1942). The emphasis of the exhibition is on the contemporary artwork of Nampeyo's great-great-grandson Dan Namingha and his sons Arlo and Michael.
Exhibition Catalog 2013
A publication of the Museum of Northern Arizona
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