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Introducing Josué Rivas

Introducing Josué Rivas

Rivas (Mexica and Otomi) is an Indigenous Futurist, creative director, visual storyteller, and educator working at the intersection of art, journalism, and social justice. Passage Arts is offering three of Rivas’ most iconic images exclusively on our website. Each photograph is printed in an edition of five, 48 inches by 32 inches, each signed and numbered by the artist. We will be sharing stories as well as images, so stay tuned to learn more about Rivas and his important work.

Speech Bubbles: A Monotype Print Series by Natani Notah

Speech Bubbles: A Monotype Print Series by Natani Notah

Passage Arts is pleased to announce our first sale of works in collaboration with Natani Notah, an up-and-coming interdisciplinary artist who explores contemporary Native American identity through the lens of Diné (Navajo) womanhood. Inspired by acts of decolonization, environmental justice, Indigenous feminism, and futurism, she dares to imagine a world where Native sensibilities are magnified.

Our New Website

Our New Website

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