Everything written about Dialogues consolidated right here in one post. Enjoy!
City Pages – November 7, 2014: Jim Denomie De-Colonizes Tonto and the Lone Ranger
MPR – November 17, 2014: Denomie’s ‘Dialogues’ speaks critically of church, mainstream culture
Star Tribune – November 20, 2014: Color with an edge: Jim Denomie critiques culture with biting humor
Art Voices – December 2014: Jim Denomie @ Bockley Gallery
A listing of current and/or upcoming talks and exhibitions of Jim’s work.
Just over a decade ago at a Two Rivers Gallery opening in the Minneapolis American Indian Center a younger Jim discusses his piece Manifold Destiny with a host from PCTV’s Our Turn. Manifold Destiny would later be used as the cover illustration of the book Spirit Car by Diane Wilson. VIEW MANIFOLD DESTINY>>
Jim discusses his work and pieces in the 2012/13 McKnight Visual Artists Fellowship Exhibition.
“The Creative Oven, a new painting by Jim Denomie, has been in the works for over 15 years. The diptych, which is 12 feet tall and 7 feet wide, is about the creative process.”
Painter Jim Denomie grew up in Minneapolis, and his home reservation is Lac Courte Oreilles in Northern Wisconsin. His landscape and portrait paintings depict historical and contemporary scenes in the lives of Minnesota’s Native American population. This commissioned painting depicts the scenes and people involved in the US-Dakota war of 1862. VIEW NON-NEGOTIABLE>>