To support Melissa Cody—Webbed Skies (working title) at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP). Melissa Cody (b.1983) is a Navajo artist who belongs to the fourth generation of artists in her family. Cody’s weavings are made using the traditional techniques of the Navajo people, passed down from generation to generation. This temporary exhibition is situated within a year-long curatorial program dedicated to Indigenous Histories, a theme that provides the thematic axis of the museum’s 2023 programs. It is also the first solo show of Melissa Cody’s work in Brazil and, after its installation at MASP, it will travel to venues in the United States. An English and Portuguese catalogue accompanies the exhibition.