Jaune Quick-To-See Smith
American, born 1940 [Flathead/Salish]
     

 

 

 

An internationally recognized artist and Native American speaker/activist, Smith has created over one hundred editioned works as part of a highly recognizable and actively collected body of paintings, drawings and prints.

Smith has had dozens of one-person exhibits at museums and galleries across the U.S and Europe over the past four decades.  Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of
Art, Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art and numerous other institutions.

“Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: An American Modernist” by Carloyn Kastner was published by University of New Mexico Press (2013).


“Survial,” Smith’s suite of four lithographs, was the debut release of Zanatta Editions. Released in 1996, it is now recognized as one of the most important graphic works created by the artist. “Survival” is in the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Walker Art Center, Whitney Museum of American Art and a dozen other public institutions in the U.S. and Europe.

     
 
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