Nampeyo and the Sikyátki Revival
Celebrating the artistic ingenuity of Nampeyo, the famed Tewa-Hopi potter, the installation of 32 pots from the collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. During her lifetime, Nampeyo (ca. 1860–1942) was, and remains today, perhaps the most renowned potter from the American Southwest. The single-gallery exhibition highlights Nampeyo’s work, juxtaposed with examples of Hopi pottery from her time. Exquisite ceramics made by ancestral Hopi artists demonstrate Nampeyo’s sources of inspiration, and artworks by four generations of her descendants attest to the master potter’s enduring legacy.
Tickets go on sale on March 6. To ensure your preferred time slot, please reserve your entry date and time in advance online. All tickets are timed for entry to allow for a comfortable and uncrowded gallery experience. Separate timed tickets are required for each special exhibition.