Delilah Montoya turns a mestizaje lens on documentary photography and the representation of women.
An art world debate over the modernist credentials of iconic Hopi-Tewa potter Nampeyo surfaces tense questions about art, craft, Indigeneity, and the meaning of modernity.
Out West: Gay and Lesbian Artists in the Southwest 1900–1969 at the New Mexico Museum of Art collects work by and about queer artists working in New Mexico.
Roswell artist-in-residence ann haeyoung confronts the geopolitics of emptiness in terra nullius at the Roswell Museum.
Raven Chacon (Diné) honors matriarchal Indigenous resistance at the Harwood Museum in a unique grouping of visual, video, and sound works that will be shown in New Mexico for the first time.
Experience Three Songs, Raven Chacon's immersive tribute to Indigenous, First Nations, and Mestiza woman at the Harwood Museum of Art opening on Friday, February 23, 6:30 pm, and on view through July 7, 2024, in Taos.
Nikesha Breeze: Black Archive and Alex Ponca Stock: Color Relatives are on view through March 16, with an artists' reception on Saturday, February 17, 6-8 pm at Richard Levy Gallery in Albuquerque.
RioBravoFineArt kicks off 2024 with January and February Second Saturday Art Hop openings featuring three unique New Mexican artists in Truth or Consequences.
At Exhibit/208 and its sister business, Thirsty Eye Brewing Co, a celebratory exhibition features work by fifty talented artists. The show is on view through January 27, 2024, with a walk-through tour on January 13, 2024.
In Interference Patterns at SITE Santa Fe, Nicholas Galanin (Lingít/Unangax̂) stokes rage and reckoning with the dark history and continuing legacies of settler-colonialism.
“I’m Here, We’re Here”: The Work of Manuel Carrillo in Conversation with Delilah Montoya and Maryssa Rose Chavez
Though focused on a 20th-century photographer, Manuel Carrillo: Mexican Modernist illuminates a sense of community identity through beauty that connects to the work of artists practicing in the Southwest today.
Form & concept's holiday gift guide considers thoughtful gifting, with a focus on fiber works by Bhakti Ziek.
Bringing It All Back Home reveals that Patrick Kikut is an unsentimental explorer of the West, manifesting an intrepid curiosity and respect for the land through which he moves.
Paper Trails challenges the preconceived notions of contemporary art and engages in aesthetic and conceptual conversations. On view through December 23 at Zane Bennett Contemporary Art in Santa Fe. Paper Trails […]
Amanda Dannáe Romero and sheri crider discuss the Sanitary Tortilla Factory exhibition featuring the work of system-impacted youth and the role of art in creating social change in New Mexico.
Nani Chacon, Hand and Machine, and Working Classroom PAHTIA Mural Collaboration Celebrates Healing, Empowers Education
Nani Chacon, Hand and Machine, and Working Classroom student artists collaborated to create PAHTIA, an interactive, site-specific space for healing via art and technology at Albuquerque’s National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Santa Fe-based Jenn Shapland, author of multi-award-winning My Autobiography of Carson McCullers, chats about the writing life and her new collection of essays, Thin Skin.
Anemoia brings together more than forty cast members in the exploration of places never traveled through imaginative movement. Experience the production November 17-19, 2023.
Roswell artist-in-residence Alex Boeschenstein takes inspiration from things seen in the skies in Visionary Rumor at the Roswell Museum.
Thousands gathered for Zozobra 2023 in Santa Fe to stuff their sorrows into a fifty-foot puppet and watch the effigy burn to the ground.
Ellen Berkenblit’s exhibition In Motion at Tamarind Institute surveys the New York-based artist’s continuing collaboration with the renowned lithography workshop in Albuquerque.
The New Mexico Museum of Art presents To Make, Unmake, and Make Again, an exhibition showcasing the life's work of the multi-faceted artist Rick Dillingham. The exhibition is on view October 7, 2023–June 16, 2024 in Santa Fe.
Basement Films is a dedicated collective that keeps a massive collection of vintage film reels as a resource for alternative, DIY, experimental, and micro-cinema.
Richard Levy Gallery Presents a Gallery Reception for Painting Scenarios by Mick Burson and Terri Roland
Richard Levy Gallery is present the two-person exhibition Painting Scenarios by Mick Burson and Terri Roland with a gallery reception on Saturday, September 9, 6-8 pm.
Horizons: Weaving Between the Lines with Diné Textiles Connects Native Artworks Past and Contemporary
Horizons at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture pairs historical and contemporary weaving with photography and other media to create connections across materials, time, and lands.
The University of New Mexico Art Museum announces the next installment of its permanent collection exhibition series, Hindsight Insight 3.0: Portraits, Landscapes, and Abstraction from the UNM Art Museum. The exhibitions opens on September 8, 2023.