Native American Art Magazine

INSIDE AND OUT

One of the great aspects of the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market is right there in the title—the Heard Museum. For anyone browsing the booths, speaking with the artists or purchasing artwork, it’s comforting to know the museum is right there as a resource, be it inspiration, information or even just context, historical and cultural.

This link between the market and the museum will be especially prominent for basketry at the 2020 edition of the fair, which coincides with the exhibition David Hockney’s Yosemite and Masters of California Basketry, now on view at the museum through April 5.

Jerry Cowdrey, a long-time docent and volunteer at the museum, calls the exhibition extraordinary, particularly the basketry element. “It’s really something

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