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The Oklahoma Hall of Fame is proud to host a temporary exhibit, “Cowboys & Indians,” featuring work by Hall of Fame members Harold T. “H” Holden and Mike Larsen. Holden is known for his Western sculptures, while Larsen, a Chickasaw citizen, paints scenes of his culture and heritage.
This year marks the Museum’s 45th Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale. This annual premier art exhibition event features more than 300 works by the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation. The exhibition galleries open to the public at 10 am on June 9, and works remain on display through August 6.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art presents a new exhibit of Ukiyo-e, images carved onto wooden blocks used to create colorful prints on paper. Organized from the museum’s collections, this exhibit focuses on Torii Kiyotada VII and Hiroshi Yoshida, two printmakers at the forefront of the 20th century evolution of the Ukiyo-e tradition.
Each year in June, four days are set aside for the deadCenter Film Festival. It's the largest of its kind in Oklahoma, annually screening dozens of independent features running the gamut from slasher movies to slapstick comedy.
“Hollywood and the American West” features 68 photographs by celebrity photographer John R. Hamilton, a photojournalist who achieved fame as a special photographer on films. In this exhibit, view rare behind-the-scenes photos of such stars as John Wayne, Natalie Wood, Jimmy Stewart, Frank Sinatra and others.
Jeffrey Gibson is a multimedia artist whose practice includes painting, sculpture, fiber, ceramics, video and performance. His solo exhibition, Jeffrey Gibson: Speak To Me, features recent artworks that draw upon his Native American heritage (Choctaw and Cherokee) and intertribal aesthetics and traditions.
Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art presents an overview of the artist Kehinde Wiley’s career including around 60 of his oil paintings, stained glass and sculpture. His figurative canvases of African-American men, inspired by Wiley’s observation of street life in Harlem, mark the beginning of his focused exploration of the male figure.
Join Oklahoma Contemporary for an afternoon of performance and film by Native American artists from Oklahoma! Enjoy a special sound performance plus a documentary film screening and a feature film screening, as well as an opportunity to see the exhibit “Jeffrey Gibson: Speak to Me.”
Each June, Oklahoma City is the center of Native American arts and culture with the annual Red Earth Festival. This event brings together visual and performing artists from all walks of life to represent their distinctive tribal heritages.
Based on the idea of the uncanny as a sense of displacement, the photographs in this Oklahoma City Museum of Art exhibition build subtle tensions as a way to reconcile the familiar with the unknown. “The Unsettled Lens” showcases both new acquisitions in photography and photographs from the permanent collection, stretching from the early 20th century to the year 2000.
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