The Wright Contemporary in Taos, New Mexico opens the exhibition Photography in B&W, which features photographers from across the region.
Meggan Gould’s slow photography emphasizes the ephemeral nature of the moment in Happy Time, Doomsday Time.
Masha Sha’s drawings are made in stillness alternating with something like fever, with words built of lanky linear planks unfolding at angles.
Risolana—Albuquerque’s only risograph studio that’s set to open an exhibition by debut artist-in-residence Lena Kassicieh—builds knowledge-sharing connections and shares stories through printed books, posters, and more.
Thoughts on Language in Self-Determined: A Contemporary Survey of Native and Indigenous Artists at CCA Santa Fe
Self-Determined: A Contemporary Survey of Native and Indigenous Artists at CCA Santa Fe highlights the work of thirteen artists exploring the present and future of Native and Indigenous art.
Longtime New Mexico artist Gary Niblett receives the retrospective treatment at the Carlsbad Museum November 5, 2022 through February 4, 2023.
Pie Projects celebrates the vision of artists Janet Russek and David Scheinbaum, both immersed in the history and practice of lens-based imagery.
Connections With the Land in Works by Kim Arthun, Michael Bisbee, and Judy Richardson at Exhibit 208
Kim Arthun, Michael Bisbee, and Judy Richardson are New Mexico artists connected by their engagement with land and landscape at Exhibit 208.
The Southwest Contemporary team visits Roswell to do studio visits with the residents of the renowned and generous Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program.
Two new exhibitions at the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos complicate the rich history of the cowboy in the American Southwest.
Country’s Largest Mexican Retablo Collection, Once Stored Underneath Bleachers, is Paired with Contemporary Devotional Works
Contemporary Ex-Votos at NMSU Art Museum sheds light on the understudied iconographic and ideological aspects of retablos depicting miracles on tin and found materials.
IAIA Making History Symposium Will Explore Past, Present, and Future of the Indigenous-Centered Institute
IAIA will present the IAIA Making History Symposium on October 17, 2022, a day-long illumination of the school's sixty-year evolution from an arts-focused Native American high school to a technologically advanced college.
JC Gonzo’s photographs of New Mexico cemeteries place viewers in a symbiotic relationship with the land, community, and history.
Flowers and Herb Markets in Old Town Albuquerque curates a selection of products ranging from fresh flower arrangements to sexual wellness and local, sustainably grown cannabis, and its business model is committed to the local community.
Richard Levy Gallery presents two solo exhibitions this fall: new work by Albuquerque artist Karsten Creightney and Los Angeles artist Sarah Hadley.
A look at three upcoming Performance Santa Fe fall 2022 concerts featuring Hélène Grimaud, the Anat Cohen Quartetinho, and the Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio.
The Santa Fe Indian Market fashion show shined a spotlight on Indigenous designers who bring new perspectives to an industry in need of positive, equitable change.
Santa Fe’s September celebration of art spotlights Kevin and Jennifer Box's Origami in the Garden with a gallery show, a documentary film, and a studio tour in Northern New Mexico.
The New Mexico State Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts celebrates its 25th Anniversary on October 14th with the event Championing Women Through the Arts: An Evening with Judy Chicago.
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.
Based in Santa Fe since the early 1980s, Nathaniel Tarn has spent his career chasing an international literature. A new autobiography, Atlantis, an Autoanthropology, explores the author’s broad career.
Critical Mass: MASS Design Group’s International Humanitarian Architecture Starts with Immersion in the Local
Sustainable Native Communities Design Lab in Santa Fe, an arm of the international human justice architectural firm MASS Design Group, recasts architecture and design in the Southwest.
Hills Snyder entered the multiple spaces of Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric in daylight, but left in a twilight state.
Eugene Newmann, a pioneering artist of the New Mexico abstract art scene, presents Abstraction and Figuration at Pie Projects in Santa Fe.
Brenda Kingery (Chickasaw Nation) is a contemporary artist and champion of women’s empowerment around the world, now showing at Glenn Green Galleries in Santa Fe.