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Virtual American Indian Art Show / San Francisco
February 18—28, 2022

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As the American Indian Art Show / San Francisco enters its 38th year in 2022, we are proud to present a Virtual edition of the premier show of its kind in the United States, with over 50 dealers and artists showcasing online their collections of antique American Indian, Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial and Contemporary American Indian Art.

 

The American Indian Art Show / San Francisco has become the most significant showcase of antique American Indian art on the west coast. Celebrating its 38th year in 2022, this show brings together the passion of the country’s top dealers and artists with collectors and those interested in exploring the rich cultures of the Americas.

With an emphasis on Antique American Indian art, as well as Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial and the best contemporary American Indian art, this show offers something for everyone, including jewelry, textiles, baskets, pottery, beadwork, sculpture, paintings, photography, books and more.

Our exhibitors and artists offer the finest quality material for everyone from the first time buyer to the seasoned collector.

 
Two Unique Virtual Shows, One Important Moment in Time!

 

This year the Virtual Edition of The 36th Annual San Francisco Tribal and Textile Art Show is being presented at the same time as the Virtual Edition of The 38th Annual American Indian Art Show / San Francisco (formerly held at the Marin Center, in San Rafael, CA). These two historic shows combine to create the major event of the year in the U.S. for Tribal and American Indian Art, offering the largest presentation of its kind, with international galleries, dealers and Native artists presenting the very best in Indigenous art from around the world.

Virtual Forum: Replay

Merge Ahead:
“Bringing Together Western and Native American Artwork Within One Collection”
Moderated by Michael Clawson
Executive Editor Native American
Art Magazine
Mark Sublette, Author and Owner of Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
Davison Packard Koenig
Executive Director at the
Couse-Sharp Historic Site

Native American Art magazine is hosting a second virtual forum about collecting art on February 25 at 11 a.m. MST. Tune in for “Merge Ahead: Bringing Together Western and Native American Artwork Within One Collection” with guests Mark Sublette, author and owner of Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, and Davison Packard Koenig, executive director at the Couse-Sharp Historic Site.

 

Moderated by Native American Art executive editor Michael Clawson, the panel is part of the magazine’s sponsorship of the virtual American Indian Art Show | San Francisco, being held February 18-28, 2022.

Virtual Forum: Replay

Digging Deeper:
“Making Informed Purchases While Building an Art Collection”
Moderated by Michael Clawson
Executive Editor Native American
Art Magazine
Paula Baxter
Author
Barry Walsh, Owner Buffalo Barry
Indian Art

Native American Art magazine hosted a virtual forum on February 21 at 11 a.m. MST. View a replay of  “Digging Deeper: Making Informed Purchases While Building an Art Collection” with guests Paula Baxter, who has written many books on Native American jewelry, and art dealer and katsina expert Barry Walsh, owner of Buffalo Barry | Indian Art.

 

Moderated by Native American Art executive editor Michael Clawson, the panel is part of the magazine’s sponsorship of the Virtual American Indian Art Show | San Francisco, being held February 18-28, 2022.

Benefit Preview

$25 Ticket

Friday, February 18
10am–5pm (PST)

Benefiting:

Indigenous Celebration NM 2022 (IC22)

General Show Days

Saturday, February 19, 10am to
Monday, February 28 at midnight


Admission is free!

Participating Exhibitors

Click on each Exhibitor below to enter their gallery.

AE Tribal Antiques
Laguna Niguel, CA

 

Art Blackburn
Marfa, TX

 

Buffalo Barry’s Indian Art
Holden, MA

 

Clear Sky
Sonoma, CA

 

Dave DeRoche
Pre-Columbian Art & Art of the Americas
San Francisco, CA

 

Dove Place Antiques
San Anselmo, CA

 

Galerie Flak
Paris, France

Gene Quintana Fine Art
Carmichael, CA

 

Historic Toadlena Trading Post
New Comb, NM

 

John Molloy Gallery
New York, NY

 

KR Martindale Gallery
Marina Del Rey, CA

 

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
Tucson, AZ

 

Pook a Moon Gallery
Cloverdale, CA

 

Rooster Rose Gallery
San Francisco, CA

 

Savvy Collector
Phoenix, AZ

Southwest Native Originals
Annandale, VA

 

Spirits of The Plains Gallery
North Hollywood, CA

 

Steve Elmore Indian Art
Santa Fe, NM

 

Terry DeWald American Indian Art
Tucson, AZ

 

Todos Santos Trading Post
Alamo, CA

 

Tribal Crafts
Monte Rio, CA

 

Westwillow Antiques
North Vancouver, Canada

 

Zena Kruzick Tribal Art
Richmond, CA

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