“Winka and the Windmills” 2019
So exciting to see this beautiful photo of our little aipits nuwu Tampa Wiwingkurats (Black Dragonfly) AKA WINKA in the Palm Springs @desertsun Desert Sun! This is a sneak peek of new body of work that’s included in the upcoming Desert X @_desertx Biennial! This one is “Winka and The Windmills” 💓💓 The whole show opens to the public Feb. 8 and I can’t wait to share all the new work! Many thanks (Mawk) to Isac Ochoa and @fishinhavasu Sheridan Silversmith @silversmithsheridan for being so incredible.
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I’ve been chosen as 1 of 25 international artists to participate in the 2019 DesertX Biennial. Today, they made the artist lineup public. We will show work across 19 sites in California’s Coachella Valley. Opening Feb. 9!
@_desertx 2019 artists announced. Exhibition opens Feb. 9 — Apr. 21, 2019. #DesertX #DX19 @evelozcity @artinamerica @artnet @artnews @frieze_magazine @visitgreaterps @heretv @palmspringslifemagazine @desertsun @acehotelpalmsprings
Had a special day at ESMOA today with staff and friends of the museum and Craft in America. Special thanks to Kristen Dorsey for spending the day with us and for including me alongside a powerhouse of Native womxn artists in Exhibit 37: MATRIARCHS.
Here in LA filming for @craftinamerica ! #californialove
Thank you again @newmexicomag ! Read the story online or visit my facebook page for a direct link.
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Our February issue dedicated to photography just hit the stands! We’re revealing the 18th Annual Photo Contest winners, plus profiling @cararomerophotography . This issue is life! Cover by Bob MacDougal! #nmmagazine #newmexico #newmexicotrue
Be sure to see my work in Phoenix, AZ at the @heardmuseum Indian Fair & Market March 2 + 3. Special prints will be available at my booth, D-20.
“Cara Romero’s photography is a mélange of fine art, editorial and documentary—It is a sometimes whimsical, often complex interplay of social commentary, adaptation, and examination of modern culture with a distinctly indigenous world view. It is multi-layered, meant to be experienced from a multi-verse of perspectives, and invites viewers— mainstream and connoisseurs of Indian art alike— to enter into its nuanced visual architecture with an open mind, and a willingness to check preconceived notions about Native art, culture, and peoples at the door.” -Sara Marie Ortiz (Acoma Pueblo)
Sneak peeks of a special series I’m working on in SoCal. Courtesy of best mom on set, @sheridansilversmith. Chemehuevis in Palm Springs. California love. 💗
Almost 20k likes this year? All the best to my followers and thank you!
We have a randomly chosen winner for the giveaway! It’s @inspectorbridget ! Congrats and thanks to everyone for your support!
“El Gradujete”. 2012. #tbt
This is your chance to win one of the limited edition 12”x12” prints of “Coyote Tales” (100 total prints are in this edition!) as seen in National Geographic Magazine.
Here are the rules:
1. Like this post and make sure you are following me on instagram.
2. Re-Post a pic of your favorite Cara Romero photo from my account here on insta or my website portfolio, and label it with #cararomerogiveaway AND don’t forget to tag me in the post as well!
3. Deadline is Dec 20 at midnight NM time. Winner to announced on Dec 21!
One entry per follower.