Visual Arts, 2001
Bently Spang’s work has been exhibited widely. Public commissions include Indian 101-Duct Tape and Bailing Wire: for Survival (2000) in Santa Fe, The Identity Project: Garden of Cultural Delights (2000) in Phoenix, and Hoxovestave (Journey Across Country) (1996) in Aurora, CO. Spang’s work has also been presented at the Museum of the American Indian in New York, Westfaelisches Museum in Muenster, Germany, and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming. He has received funding from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Spang has also lectured and published widely in conjunction with his exhibitions and performances.
Awards and Accomplishments
2002: Spang receives Paul G. Allen Foundation grant
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Oct 10 – Sep 18, 2016
Brian Knep presents "Worm/Traces" at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA
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