Lenape Center in the Press
The Art Newspaper
The show, the first-ever Lenape-curated exhibition profiling the tribes that inhabited the northeastern US coast, critiques the lack of scholarship and institutional focus on the Lenape peopleGabriella AngeletiSee Article
Installation view of Lenapehoking. Photo by Gregg Richards.
Indian Country Today
Brent Michael Davids
Benoit ChallandSee Article
An interview by Urban Omnibus, a publication of the Architectural League of New York with Joe Baker and Hadrien Coumans. This interview was done following the completion of the turtle shell above Tammany Hall in Union Square, and is one of the first publications where Lenape Center was invited to share their story in their own words.
"...But beyond recognizing the past, Lenape culture is pointed toward future generations. We spoke with Joe Baker and Hadrien Coumans, co-founders and co-directors (with Brent Michael Davids and Curtis Zunigha) of the Lenape Center, about their efforts to bring the original peoples and their culture back home in the 21st century."