Adam Khalil is an American artist whose works explore themes from indigenous culture and how they intersect with modernity. He often combines his own art practice with social and political advocacy. His works are renowned for their playful, yet poignant critiques of contemporary power structures. He has exhibited his work at the Museum of Modern Art, the New Museum in New York, the Walker Art Center, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and many other venues around the world. Important works of his include the video installations 'And No More Shall We Part' and 'Oglala Mixtape' which reflect on the issues of Native American sovereignty and the aftermath of colonialism. His works have also been featured in numerous film festivals and exhibitions, including the Sundance Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and the Whitney Biennial. Adam Khalil’s art is often described as experimental, queer, indigenous, and politically minded. He has been awarded fellowships by the Jerome Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the Ford Foundation.
Adam Khalil, American artist, experimental, queer, indigenous, politically minded, video installations, Oglala Mixtape, And No More Shall We Part, Museum of Modern Art, New Museum, Walker Art Center, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Whitney Biennial, Sund
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