Two Cultures, One Family, a group exhibition curated by Dr. Erika Abad at the Marjorie Barrick Museum in Las Vegas, constitutes a cross-cultural call and response.
Visiting an exquisite private art collection nestled in the Colorado Rockies devoted to Jasper Johns, Emilie Trice wonders: is his work relevant in this day and age?
Patrick Dean Hubbell’s exhibition Tack Room at Gerald Peters Contemporary in Santa Fe serves up a powerful discourse that challenges the representation of Indigenous peoples.
The Internal Place: The Call of New Mexico in the Works of Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Patrick Nagatani, Lucy Raven, and Richard Tuttle
Artists Patrick Nagatani, Richard Tuttle, Esteban Cabeza de Baca, and Lucy Raven attest to the nature of the poetics of place through artworks centered on the New Mexican landscape.
Trey Burns of Sweet Pass Sculpture Park explores the manufactured landscape of North Texas and its echo natures.
Of Mushroom Clouds and Yellow Dirt: Southwest Artists Reflect on Devastation and Hope Through Anti-nuclear Art
Artists across the Southwest reflect on the region's nuclear history and its fallout in their anti-nuclear artworks.
The Contour of Feeling at the Denver Botanic Gardens introduces Colorado audiences to immense, organic cedar sculptures and other large-scale works by artist Ursula von Rydingsvard.
A native of Albuquerque’s South Valley, Eric J. Garcia imbues political art with personal experience.
Albuquerque-based artist Welly Fletcher’s sculptural practice activates lines that question normative gender roles, sexual orientation, and identity.
New Mexico-based artist Nina Elder explores geology, ecological processes, and deep time while addressing social justice and transformation with materials like radioactive charcoal, stardust, and pulverized guns.
M12 Studio’s multi-year collective projects show the complexities of rural places and open conversations about what connects us.
In the heart of one of the nation’s most conservative states, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, led by Laura Hurtado and Jared Steffensen, brings groundbreaking contemporary art to the state.
Art critic Darren Jones on the ways artists lead the way in matters of social progress, in our Collectivity + Collaboration themed issue.
San Antonio artist Michael Menchaca’s Artpace exhibition, The 1836 Project, is an immersive video installation employing poppy animation to take aim at “the colonial fantasies of the Texas creation myth.”
A retrospective of German-American female photographer Marion Palfi at the Phoenix Art Museum, the first major exhibition since her 1978 death, places her towards the top of social research photographers.