Frank Buffalo Hyde
When working on a piece, I tap into the universal mind. The collective unconsciousness of the 21st century. Drawing images from advertisement, movies, television, music and politics. Expressing observation, as well as knowledge through experience.

Overlaping imagery to mimic the way the mind holds information: non linear and without seperation.

I don't need permission to make what I make. Never have...no artist should.
-Frank Buffalo Hyde




RECENT & UPCOMING EVENTS

2013
Cross Currents, Center For Visual Art, MSU Denver, Denver, CO
TomTom Artist-In-Residence, Kluge-Ruhe, Charlottesville, VA
Make It Pop , All My Relations Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
Native Vanguard, Zane Bennett Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM


August 3-27, 2012: SKNDNS:Native Americans on Film @ Legends, Santa Fe

August 15-19, 2012: Zombie Skins:
Salon de la Vie Morte
Invited Exhibition @ Ahalenia Studios: Santa Fe, New Mexico

June/July - September/October 2012: Works on Paper
Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Art: Russia

June 13 - July 25: Messengers 2012
Invited Exhibition
Rainmaker Gallery: Bristol, UK

May 25 – July 31, 2012: alumnI alumnUS: IAIA Alumni Exhibition
Museum of Contemporary Native Arts: Santa Fe, New Mexico

April 13 - July 31, 2012: Frank Buffalo Hyde: "Ladies and Gentleman, This is the Buffalo Show Museum of Contemporary Native Arts: Santa Fe, New Mexico

March 23 - present: MoCNA Mural Project: Reko Rennie and Frank Buffalo Hyde collaboration

The MoCNA Mural project is the second collaboration between Frank Buffalo Hyde, Onondaga artist and Reko Rennie, an international installation/graffiti artist from Australia. Their first collaborative mural was done in Charlottesville Virginia in conjunction with the University of Virginia, The Bridge Progressive arts Initiative and the Kluge Rhue Aboriginal Arts Museum.

Dec 10, 2011: Open Studio 1 to 4pm
Artist In Residence @ MoCNA: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Nov 25 - Jan 3, 2011: Small Works Show
@ Legends Santa Fe: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Oct 1, 2011 - Jan 31, 2012:
Artist In Residence
Museum of Contemporary Native Arts: Santa Fe, New Mexico



PUBLICATIONS

"MANIFESTATIONS: New Native Art Criticism", Vision Project @ Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
Ford Foundation Publication, © 2011 MoCNA

"Native + Pop: When Worlds Collide" Written by Richard Polsky
FALL/WINTER 2011: Western Art & Architecture

"Close Encounters"
Written by Devon Jackson
AUGUST 2011: New Mexico Magazine