P. Antonio Márquez's guide to the good old dives of Nuevo México includes Albuquerque Press Club, The Matador in Santa Fe, Saints and Sinners in Española, and more.
2023 New Mexico Field Guide
WNMU Museum in Silver City, New Mexico, occupies a historic building and houses one of the largest collections of Mimbres pottery and artifacts in the world, as well as other prehistoric Southwestern pottery and artifacts.
Benjamin Winans's sculptural works contend with the impact of Christian nationalism within national memory and the artist’s own lived experience.
Roswell-based artist Kate Turner makes art that reflects her unique history and experience and examines contemporary issues of race, gender, and identity.
Karma Henry is a Paiute, Italian, and Portuguese artist based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, whose acrylic paintings consider the landscape as site for both the literal and personal embodiment of place.
Zuyva Sevilla, an artist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, makes new-media works that contemplate the cosmic and ineffable, such as heat signatures and dust patterns.
Ahní Rocheleau is a Santa Fe-based artist whose interdisciplinary work collapses the distance between humans and nature, exhibiting a deep care for the environment that bridges art and activism.
New Mexico artist Lynnette Haozous (Chiricahua Apache, Diné, Taos Pueblo) combines art and activism with murals that bring representation of Native peoples and cultures into public spaces.
Santa Fe’s Chapel of Light is designed to inspire a sense of unity across peoples and beliefs, and features a naturally occurring solstice lightshow.
The Monastery of Christ in the Desert is host to a community of Benedictine monks in the magnificent Chama Canyon and was designed by famous designer and woodworker George Nakashima.
Kaitlin Bryson works at the intersections of art, community, ecology, and social justice to create works that reframe concepts of decay while elevating the experience of transformation.
Apolo Gomez’s series Exodus fuses the commonplace with something more curious, yielding presentations that seamlessly cohabitate together.
Hernan Gomez Chavez, an artist and activist, makes work about his personal history along the borderlands of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Fans of midcentury designer Alexander Girard will enjoy exploring the Pritzker Student Center at St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Kirsten Angerbauer creates immersive, multi-sensory experiences and installations constructed of site-specific designs, sound art practices, and new media.
As a photographer, curator, and small business owner, Cougar "Ndoi" Vigil integrates multiplicities of perspectives into his work about Indigenous narratives, perspectives, and knowledge systems.
New Mexico artist Jennifer Thoreson calls on her own religious experiences as she examines the complex relationships between belief systems and human behavior.