Gregg Deal

Gregg Deal is a husband, father, artist, and a member of the Paiute Tribe of Pyramid Lake. As a provocative contemporary artist and activist, much of Deal’s work deals with Indigenous identity and pop culture—touching on issues of race relations, historical consideration, and stereotype. With this work—including paintings, mural work, and performance art—Deal critically examines issues within Indian country such as decolonization, the Native mascot issue (locally and across the U.S.) and appropriation.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Gregg Deal

Signs Of Your Identity

Winter Garden Gallery, Brookfield Place
 archive : 2021

The exhibition, on view in the Winter Garden Gallery at Brookfield Place from September 20 – November 15, features portraits by Daniella Zalcman that show Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian survivors of the US government’s Indian Boarding School system and parallel American institutions.

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