Work by Wendy Red Star on View in Los Angeles

Joslyn Art Museum announces the loan of Wendy Red Star’s (Apsáalooke, born 1981), The Indian Congress (2021) to The Broad in Los Angeles, CA, for the exhibition This Is Not America’s Flag. Featuring over twenty artists, the special exhibition spotlights the myriad ways artists explore the symbol of the flag of the United States of America, underscoring its vast, divergent, and complex meanings. American flags are a key visual feature of The Indian Congress, through which Red Star reframes the history of U.S.–Indian relations with wit and power for which she is known.

You can view The Indian Congress alongside works by Nicole Eisenman, Jeffrey Gibson, Jasper Johns, and David Hammons at The Broad through September 25, 2022. #artoutandabout

Pictured Above: Installation of artwork by Wendy Red Star in the exhibition This is Not America’s Flag, May 21 to September 25, 2022, at The Broad, Los Angeles. Photo: Joshua White, courtesy The Broad. Artwork: Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke, born 1981), The Indian Congress, 2021, mixed media installation, Museum purchase in memory of Bruce Alan Simon, 2021.3.