Current and Recent Exhibitions by Racing Magpie
We are involved in a variety of exhibitions in our space and around the world. Below is a sampling of current and recent exhibits:
Where Her Light Is Made
New paintings and drawings by Tani Gordon (Sicangu Lakota).
Tani currently lives in Okreek, S.D., as a freelance artist. She was a student and teacher for the Great Plains Art Institute of the Sinte Gleska University. Her artwork consists primarily of two-dimensional paintings, drawings, and collage work. She also specializes in unique pen and ink drawings presented as simple black and white images or colorful kaleidoscope surrealism. Her art is inspired by an endless list but mainly Nature, emotion, Lakota philosophy, soul searching, organic matter, film, music and other artists.
On exhibit from October 2018 - Summer 2019
Installation by Clementine Bordeaux (Sicangu Lakota), Layli Long Soldier (Oglala Lakota), and Mary V. Bordeaux (Sicangu Lakota).
To be exhibited at the All My Relations gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from December 16, 2018 through January 31, 2019. Also available for booking nationwide.
Past International Exhibit
Wah.shka: On the occasion of the 2017 Venice Biennale
Installation by Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band Cherokee), Keli Mashburn (Osage), and Marcella Ernest (Ojibwe). Co-curated by Nancy Marie Mithlo and Mary V. Bordeaux.
Exhibited in Venice, Italy in May 2017
Kite’s Listener: Installation and performance art by Suzanne Kite (Oglala Lakota), July - September 2018. Listener is a science fiction story told through a performance artwork with videos created for this location. The 3D map is an exaggerated height map of Rapid City. The walking video was created in the areas around the building. The story is about a woman wandering alone in the future, receiving transmissions from the Far Place on her Listening devices.
50/50/50: South Dakota Governor's Awards Art Show, February, 2017. Curated by Mary V. Bordeaux and Peter J. Strong with the regional assistance of Post Pilgrim Gallery, Akta Lakota Museum, Madison Area Arts Council, Four Bands, Sisseton Arts Council, Aberdeen Area Arts Council, and The Heritage Center at Red Cloud Indian School. 50 years of the South Dakota Arts Council/50 South Dakota artists/50 square inches or smaller. Exhibited in Pierre, South Dakota.