Rosalinda Pacheco's work involves a contemporary take on traditional symbolism, combining historical themes and significant personal experiences.
The Abiquiú-based Some Serious Business residency makes space for freedom and connection. This summer’s diverse roster includes Elijah McKinnon, a BIPOC artist who showcases films on Friday at Beastly Books.
Danyelle Means, Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe’s first Indigenous executive director, and Louis Grachos, who returns to SITE Santa Fe as executive director, emphasize community collaboration and equity.
Another World: The Transcendental Painting Group: 1938-1945 at the Albuquerque Museum surveys the New Mexico group that dove deep into abstract painting to create pathways to spiritual enlightenment.
Dust Specks on the Sea: Contemporary Sculpture from the French Caribbean & Haiti at 516 Arts, a rare exhibition for the Southwest region, explores Caribbean identity in the face of colonization
The City of Albuquerque is taking heat for displaying artwork by a member of the New Mexico Proud Boys, an extremist group with white nationalist ideologies, in an open call exhibition.
American Geography: Photographs of Land Use from 1840 to the Present (Radius Books) connects the exploitation of landscape and people to the formation of so-called American identity.
Shonto Begay: Eyes of the World and Indigenous Women: Border Matters at the Wheelwright in Santa Fe foreground connections to place.
Join Richard Levy Gallery for Summertime at Pie Projects, a two-person show featuring scratched portraits in plexiglass by Joanne Lefrak and mixed-media paintings by Martha Tuttle.
The Santa Fe Art Auction honors the descendants of one of Edward S. Curtis's most famous photographs this weekend.
Sallie Scheufler curates compelling works by contemporary Albuquerque artists in celebration of Richard Levy Gallery’s thirtieth anniversary.
Santa Fe-based 2021 Currents New Media Festival embraces COVID-19 protocols to produce a new hybrid program for remote and local audiences.
Egypt at Santa Fe’s 5. Gallery captures the intersection of modern photography, middle-class tourism, and the allure of pharaonic monuments through the legacy of Jean Pascal Sébah.
Levi Romero, the inaugural New Mexico poet laureate, and the newly created New Mexico State Library Poetry Center are accepting submissions for a poetry anthology through July 1, 2021.
Nancy Flemings’s exhibition Good Will Prevail at Axle Contemporary uses domestic textile kitsch to evoke the home-feels of pandemic life.
SITE Santa Fe Announces virtual voting for SPREAD 7.0, a community micro-grant for New Mexico artists.
Artist, activist, and curator Nikesha Breeze creates ritualistic art to explore intergenerational trauma and healing.
Artist Emily Margarit Mason creates staged, surreal photographs that translate the physical world from something seen to something felt.
Artist Sarah Siltala uses masterful techniques to create flashes of awareness that visit most of us infrequently—instances of total presence.
Artist Shannon Christine Rankin works with maps to depict new, reimagined, and ever-changing geographies.
Designer and textile artist Josh Tafoya blends traditional patterns and techniques with contemporary fashion in stunning and masterfully crafted designs.
Artist Izumi Yokoyama's drawings depict the natural world, exploring the relationship and fragile balance between living and dying.
Artist Andrés de Varona’s photographs show his perspective on human life, addressing loss, conflict, and grief.
Shoshannah White finds inspiration in environmental science and the climate, sparked by the interaction of raw materials and the photographic process.
Artist Catie Soldan uses experimental darkroom techniques to represent the emotional qualities of nature in her fine-art photography.
Artist nicholas b jacobsen works to untangle the genocidal practice of removing Indigenous people from their immemorial homelands.
Artist Isadora Stowe's work explores the landscape of the mind as it relates to the physical environment. She creates an all-encompassing vision with a visual vocabulary that is both personal and builds on the universal.
Artist Tommy Bruce's many-sided art practice comments on identity construction, often through his real-life renderings of furries.