Look­ing at Col­lec­tions: Inuit Art around the World

Inuit Art Quarterly - - CONTENTS - Orig­i­nal il­lus­tra­tions by Jade Na­so­galuak Car­pen­ter

In this port­fo­lio the IAQ con­nects with in­sti­tu­tions around the globe to bring you an in­sider’s look at some of the most unique hold­ings of Inuit art. Span­ning Canada, the United States and Europe, we hear from mu­seum cu­ra­tors on their plans for ac­ti­vat­ing their Inuit art col­lec­tions in 2017 and be­yond. Keep an eye on our on­line space over the sum­mer for their top col­lec­tion picks at: iaq.inu­itart­foun­da­tion.org

Over the past cen­tury, ob­jects by Inuit artists have made their way, through trade, pur­chase and gift, to the far reaches of the globe. In the fol­low­ing pages we high­light some of th­ese re­mark­able works, with a glimpse at some of the most unique and ex­cit­ing hold­ings of mu­se­ums in Canada, the United States and Europe. We also hear from each in­sti­tu­tion on their plans to show­case and cel­e­brate

Inuit art in the near fu­ture.

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