Josh Tafoya ushers New Mexico’s rich textile history into the contemporary world of fashion and design, keeping old traditions alive and telling new stories within his work.
The process-oriented work of Brie Ruais—a Santa Fe-based artist who makes conceptual and gestural performance art for a new generation—recenters artmaking in the body.
Celia Álvarez Muñoz’s first career retrospective at MCASD presents a rich body of work by the celebrated Arlington, Texas-based artist, who is committed to the complexity of stories from the U.S.-Mexico border.
A-Z West, Andrea Zittel’s decades-long art experiment presently stewarded by High Desert Test Sites near Joshua Tree, investigates the architecture of everyday life by stripping items to their most basic components.
Desert Mirages: Desert X 2023 Attempts to Engage Problems Facing the Coachella Valley, With Varied Results
Ambitious as always, Desert X delivered on its promise to diversify its pool of participating artists—at the expense of conceptual coherence.
I Like You, Erin Burrell’s colorfully irreverent exhibition at HeyThere Projects, upends the core tenets of masculinity in one fell swoop.
American Framing, a Palm Springs Art Museum exhibition by Paul Andersen and Paul Preissner, contemplates the pillars of American architecture.