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Located near Albuquerque's Historic Old Town, Gallery Hózhó shows the work of Indigenous, non-Indigenous, and Latinx artists associated with New Mexico. Many of their artists live in the area while others have worked in New Mexico during formative periods of their artistic careers. They currently represent a number of artists, including Rhett Lynch, George C de Baca, Terran Last Gun, Ira Lujan, Alex Peña, Mateo Romero, Debora Sipple, and Virgil Ortiz. The gallery is located on the first floor at Hotel Chaco next to the wine bar Crafted and near the Sawmill Market, which offers a New Mexico culinary experience.
Hózhó is a Diné (Navajo) word encompassing beauty, health, order, and interconnectedness. Used to describe a state of being, hózhó describes acting in accordance with nature and integrity.
George C de Baca
Terran Last Gun
Contemporary, Craft, Design, Jewelry, New Media, Photography