In an eastern New Mexico town known for Billy the Kid, the Art in Public Places program confronts complex and difficult histories, including the tragic Long Walk to Bosque Redondo.
The Wheelwright Museum annual benefit—which features hundreds of pieces of jewelry, sculpture, weaving, painting, and more by Native artists—has become more expansive than ever with the addition of a second event, the Native Artist Market.
The Abiquiú-based Some Serious Business residency makes space for freedom and connection. This summer’s diverse roster includes Elijah McKinnon, a BIPOC artist who showcases films on Friday at Beastly Books.
Artist Emily Margarit Mason creates staged, surreal photographs that translate the physical world from something seen to something felt.
Artist Sarah Siltala uses masterful techniques to create flashes of awareness that visit most of us infrequently—instances of total presence.
Artist Shannon Christine Rankin works with maps to depict new, reimagined, and ever-changing geographies.
A number of arts institutions across New Mexico celebrate significant anniversaries this year, including Chiaroscuro Gallery and Gebert Contemporary, Nüart Gallery, SITE Santa Fe, and Richard Levy Gallery. Chiaroscuro Gallery […]
Carissa Samaniego’s work obscures the boundaries between disparate places and memories, braiding together experiences to create narratives that seem to be lifted from dreams.
The latest series from Albuquerque artist Caitlin Carcerano is centered on the locus of self-care and vulnerability: the bathtub.
The Support Albuquerque Gift Guide features an eclectic mix from Albuquerque’s vibrant scene of makers and doers.
Writer and dancer Marlee Grace explores the practice of returning (again and again) to center in her new book.
New Mexico arts organizations bring us together in the era of social distancing.