RioBravoFineArt presents the bold, large-scale abstractions of Noёl Hudson's Freedom Series opening on September 9, and the contemplative work of Delmas Howe's Mood Drawings opening on October 14.
Experience the thrilling, live-performance version of Frankenstein, the Gothic tale of love, loss, and creation by Manual Cinema on September 26, 2023, in Santa Fe.
In Goodnight Moon, Rachel Rose’s ambitious and deeply researched work opens multiple tiny entry points into vast stories of past and future days and ages.
Justin Favela and Working Classroom serve up supersized sculptural food for thought on regional culinary and cultural heritages in Sandia Hot at Sanitary Tortilla Factory in Albuquerque.
Trinity: Legacies of Nuclear Testing—A People’s Perspective at the Branigan Cultural Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico, showcases the work of seventeen artists to shed light on nuclear injustice.
Cara Despain: Specter New Mexico at the NMSU Art Museum and Trinity: Legacies of Nuclear Testing at Branigan Cultural Center examine nuclear fallout impacting local Indigenous and settler communities.
Living National Treasure Fujinuma Noboru's exhibition at TAI Modern in Santa Fe showcases his commitment to preserving the beauty of Japan's bamboo and culture, August 18–September 30, 2023.
Capturing glimpses of ancestors and extraterrestrials, Duhon James’ (Diné) work illustrates a moment in time with something both there and not there at the same time.
Experience the sound of an Alaskan glacier in an extraordinary, fully immersive live performance on September 16, 2023 in Santa Fe.
Join art book publisher Radius Books for Artist Weekend 2023, a free community celebration with artists, writers, and collaborators in New Mexico.
In the Santa Fe Opera’s 2023 staging of Pelléas et Mélisande, director Netia Jones’s contemporary aesthetics renew Debussy’s mystifying Symbolist opera for present-day audiences.
The process-oriented work of Brie Ruais—a Santa Fe-based artist who makes conceptual and gestural performance art for a new generation—recenters artmaking in the body.
The Lightning Field—a vestige of the conceptual, minimalist, and earthwork movements of the mid-20th century by Walter De Maria—provides visitors with multiple, discrete ways of encountering the art object.
Manjari Sharma and Eric Tillinghast, an exhibition exploring water and the figure, opens at Bishop’s Lodge Auberge Resort on July 20 with a special projection event.
Bruce Nauman: His Mark at SITE Santa Fe—Nauman’s first solo exhibition in New Mexico—features never-before-shown work by the internationally celebrated artist.
Art Santa Fe's 2023 program features a focused look at several cutting-edge artists and a series of outstanding projects by leading galleries and institutions.
Celebrating its 23rd edition, Art Santa Fe features a curated selection of international exhibitors featuring one-of-a-kind works for sale in a gallery-style venue July 14–16, 2023.
Shane R. Hendren, a New Mexico-based artist, storyteller, and so much more, has won a $100,000 Maxwell/Hanrahan Foundation Award in Craft, one of the nation’s largest awards in the discipline.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park celebrates the centennial anniversary of this special national park in a new exhibition at the Carlsbad Museum, May 30–October 25, 2023.
Isabelle Plat, an artist based in Paris, France, brings a new definition of portraiture to Taos in a new exhibition at the Wright Contemporary, opening on June 10 with a reception 4-6 pm.
The Santa Fe Railyard Park + Plaza is a site of creative collaborations, with recent projects presented in collaboration with the Railyard Park Conservancy’s Railyard Art Project and local arts organizations.
RioBravoFineArt is a unique art space and gallery located in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, founded twenty-five years ago by the iconic American abstract painter H. Joe Waldrum.
Danny Lyon—photographer, filmmaker, ally of marginalized people, and heart-on-sleeve wearer—is celebrated in an Albuquerque Museum exhibition featuring selections from a prolific sixty-year career.
New Mexico Museum of Art Vladem Contemporary announces the public opening date of September 23, 2023.
Stories of water in the Southwest are told through the lens of artists in Going with the Flow: Art, Actions, and Western Waters at SITE Santa Fe.
Abstraction in Albuquerque: Six Artists at the Inpost Artspace—more than a half-decade in the making—materialized after a co-curator spotted a 1991 poster inside of a now closed warehouse.
Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe, which recently announced permanent closure after forty-four years, has reversed course and plans to partially reopen in the city's shaky arts nonprofit landscape.
Lindsay Brenner's Human Bird Nest, a public artwork presented by the Railyard Art Project in Santa Fe, combines themes of sanctuary, rebirth, and ecological resilience.
At SITE Santa Fe, Mexican artist Pedro Reyes proves that sometimes sculptors can both make activist statements and focus on sculptural fundamentals, with stunning results.
Perplexities acknowledges complexity and the unaccountable and meets it with one kind of certainty: deeply considered and well executed art.
RioBravoFineArt Gallery presents three new exhibitions with the Border Artists group, H. Joe Waldrum, and William Bertrum Sharp in honor of its twenty-fifth anniversary.
New Mexico-based artist Kate Rivers debuts new work in an exhibition at Kay Contemporary Art at their Canyon Road gallery in Santa Fe.
Tommy Archuleta, a Poet and Mental Health Therapist for the New Mexico Corrections Department, Talks Grief and the Ineffable
Tommy Archuleta’s debut poetry book Susto delves into the science and folklore of curanderismo to take readers on a magical and frightening journey through grief.
The University of New Mexico Art Museum celebrates the exhibition Hindsight Insight 2.0 with a reception on March 31, 4-7 pm.
Bingo Studios, a pandemic project of artists Lance McGoldrick and Josh Stuyvesant that includes studios, a gallery space, and a fabrication shop, recently opened to fanfare.
Outriders: Legacy of the Black Cowboy at Harwood Museum of Art in Taos normalizes the Black cowboy past and present.