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Hecho a Mano in Santa Fe presents an exhibition by the legendary Mexican printmaker José Guadalupe Posada, February 26-March 21, 2021.
Our top five picks for the next five days: arts and culture events in the Southwest.
Fine art photographer Catherine Roberts Leach was challenged with a new set of limitations when the pandemic hit in 2020 and like many others, had to adapt life to the confines of her own home.
Colorado Springs artist Corey Drieth seeks to make lyrically poetic objects that are simultaneously intimate, mysterious, and expansive.
Las Cruces artist Marcus Xavier Chormicle navigates the loss of family and culture by examining ongoing hardships within his family.
Midland, Texas artist Michael Hubbard’s work creates an imaginary vision of non-binary identity in all its ambiguity, freedom, and contradiction.
Albuquerque artist Nate Lemuel (Diné) uses photography to create a perspective of a reality that embodies emotion and the future.
Albuquerque artist Sallie Scheufler uses her personal history for material through her interdisciplinary works. Her recent exhibition explores how relationships inform our desires.
Interdisciplinary Albuquerque artist Helen Juliet Atkins explores the symbiotic nature between individuals and their communities, especially how one’s sense of self is affected by culture.
Phoenix artist Safwat Saleem works in illustration, writing, animation, film, and more to study the idea of belonging.
Taos artist Aleya Hoerlein’s latest series expresses a desire for closeness and meaning in a time of isolation by working in the space between and around forms.