April – June 2013

Exhibition’s curator: Małgorzata Winiarska-Kabacińska, PhD

The exhibition presents the story of breathtaking cliff cities of the Pueblo Indians inArizonaandNew Mexicoas told and photographed by Joanna Minksztym. It also shows Pueblo Indians’ pottery  from the Museum’s collections. Going back for over 2000 years, pottery making is still an important aspect of the life of modern Indians. As a link with the traditions of the ancestors, the skill of producing pots has always enjoyed  great respect and vessels of the type presented continue to play a significant symbolic role in many ceremonies.