Shonto Begay: A World of Light
Modern West Fine Art, Salt Lake City, UT
January 20 – March 4, 2023
Free Indian Market Show, August 20-21, 2022
Federal Park, Santa Fe, New Mexico
July 2022: Shonto’s 19th annual Flagstaff exhibit at West of the Moon Gallery
Shonto Begay: Topography of My Spirit in Flight
West of the Moon Gallery, July 2022
Meet Shonto at the July 1 First Friday Artwalk, downtown Flagstaff, 14 N. San Francisco St
Shonto will be at Buffalo Commons Storytelling & Music Festival Weekend
June 10-12, 2022
Nebraska Shonto exhibit: Couple opens unconventional art space to spur community creativity
"Shonto Begay, the renowned Navajo artist, describes his brushstrokes as “a visual chant,” in which lines of different lengths, widths and shapes — swirls, curls and dots — are akin to syllables that add up to words, then to sentences and paragraphs, and finally to Navajo prayers. “I’ve always seen my work as a ceremony,” he says. Amen."
Conjuring the Sky
Southwest Contemporary Review
Shonto Begay: Eyes of the World and Indigenous Women: Border Matters
April 10–October 3, 2021, and March 20–October 3, 2021
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe
Centering artists’ voices, two current exhibitions at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian foreground connections to and experiences of place. Engaging historical consciousness, cultural memory, contemporary politics, and personal agency, Shonto Begay: Eyes of the World and Indigenous Women: Border Matters work together to reorient the viewer to alternative perspectives and narratives in the Southwest.
Read the full review on Southwest Contemporary.
Shonto’s 18th annual exhibition at West of the Moon Gallery
Images for the Healing Time