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New Mexico, Navajo Nation team for public art

July 16, 2014 • State News


This undated image provided by New Mexico Arts shows a sand drawing created with more than 250 pounds of crushed porcelain powder shipped from China by dissident artist Ai Weiwei at a remote location on the Navajo Nation near Coyote Canyon, N.M. Ai teamed up with Navajo artist Bert Benally as part of the “Pull of the Moon” project organized by New Mexico Arts and the Navajo Nation Museum. The installation’s public opening was scheduled for Wednesday, July 16, 2014, in Santa Fe, N.M. (AP Photo/Courtesy of New Mexico Arts)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Not many people have been to Coyote Canyon, a remote spot on the nation’s largest American Indian reservation.

Bordered by sandstone outcroppings and dotted with pinon and juniper, the location served as a perfect backdrop for an unprecedented venture into Login to read more

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