The Metropolitan Museum of Art Acquires Marie Watt Piece, “Untitled (Dream Catcher)”
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has acquired Untitled (Dream Catcher) by Marie Watt for their permanent collection. The work will be on view to the public starting April 10th, featured at the Wolf Gallery entrance as part of “Art of Native America.”
Marie Watt was featured in The New York Times Style Magazine, The Art Newspaper, and named one of 5 artists to see at The Armory Show by FAD Magazine. Ida Ivanka Hamilton writes for FAD Magazine: "It relates to everyone, and yet each program is highly individual. Her artworks include intimate conversations with all members of… Read More...
Cultured Mag featured Marie Watt and her current exhibition, Singing Everything, in the article, ‘We Get the History We Are Ready For’: Meet the Native Women Artists Claiming Their Place in New York. Devorah Lauter writes, "'Would I be here without someone like Jaune Quick-to-See Smith?' asks Watt, a member of the Seneca Nation, from… Read More...
Marie Watt's exhibition, Singing Everything, was reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail. Vittoria Benzine writes, "Hundreds of chorusing voices, hands, and stories crest across Singing Everything, the second solo show at Marc Straus by Portland-based interdisciplinary and multicultural artist Marie Watt. For twenty-five years, Watt has collaged and sculpted blankets into layered wall hangings and towers… Read More...
Marie Watt was recently featured in the article Doing It Their Way in W Magazine. Jori Finkel writes, "But more than any material, Watt sees gathering and communal forms of storytelling as the through line of her work. She has facilitated sewing circles, loosely modeled on the storytelling circles run by her educator mother, in… Read More...
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