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Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
"The Palate of my work reflects where I live," says Wall. "The Native cultures of my family and friends have always been my inspiration. The high desert surroundings, and the earth colors that surround me, are as much a part of me as they are a part of my art." This ongoing exhibition will resume once public gathering restrictions as a result of Covid-19 have been lifted. Please be sure to call the museum prior to your planned visit.
birds + Richard
“In times of crisis, we must all decide again and again whom we love.” Frank O’Hara “Taking care of each other begins with understanding the differences.” Rebecca Solnit Today we face a catastrophe, a tragic pandemic, which since its beginning in December 2019 has spread fast across the world. Mirroring the movements of global capitalism and tracing its injustices Covid-19 washes up the pre-existing structural and systematic inequalities in Western societies to its surface. “Coronavirus does not discriminate, because that’s…
CURRENTS 826 Gallery will feature the exhibition Performative Ecologies, including eleven women artists who explore the role of ritual while engaging the natural world. The exhibition includes artifacts and documentation from performative works dating from 1971 to 2019, engagements of ecological consciousness in both urban and rural spaces.
Santa Fe, Taos, and Albuquerque storefronts
Windows on the Future is a regional series of storefront art installations that will run throughout the months of July and August across Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Taos. The collaborative effort supports working artists with stipend payments and brings vibrancy and vitality to central and northern New Mexico’s commercial districts while still encouraging social distancing. In early May, the partnering organizations held an open call to artists, creatives, and art groups from within New Mexico to submit proposals for window…
The world's premier gallery for contemporary Japanese bamboo art, TAI Modern, will exhibit important historic and contemporary works of Japanese bamboo art against a backdrop of contemporary American paintings. Japanese Bamboo Art features works by bamboo's most notable artists, including members of historic family lineages and contemporary masters such as Honma Hideaki and National Living Treasure of Japan, Fujinuma Noboru. This exhibition will provide visitors the opportunity to see a diverse selection of exceptional bamboo art. Works by artists featured…
Light Art Space
“Art in the time of Covid-19” is an invitational group exhibition of works by artists from Silver City and the surrounding area. The works exhibited were completed March 1st and later while living the pandemic. A wide variety of media will be shown including photography, painting, fiber arts, sculpture and clay works. Exhibition Dates: July 11th - October 4th, 2020 Hours: Thursday - Saturday 10am - 5pm and by appointment. firstname.lastname@example.org A limited number of guests will be allowed in…
Hecho a Mano
Hollis Chitto (Isleta/Laguna/Choctaw) is quickly becoming known for his precise, dazzling beaded jewelry and bags as museum shows and publications like Vogue Magazine are recognizing and sharing his talent. All of Chitto’s works are fully functional but many express a personal narrative or explore social issues in Native communities.
Hecho a Mano
Mikayla Patton’s (Oglala Lakota) newest series of work is an exploration of landscape in beaded form, stitched to handmade paper the artist had other intentions for before COVID-19 shut down her studio at IAIA. “I was planning on creating three-dimensional boxes with laser-cut patterns, but I had to pivot, real quick! Spending so much time indoors, you start to long for nature,” the artist says. Using traditional Lakota design as a starting point, Patton stitches beadwork to hand-pulped paper with…
Foma’s first show of the Summer opens with Tom Appelquist’s large, striking yet subtle paintings. Tom Appelquist is an architect now retired whose paintings originate from a love of drawing. Using oil paint sticks and pencil he scribbles and infills in multiple layers on both canvas and paper. The nature of the lines and the interaction of colors and layers give his paintings their character.
With safety in mind, we are asking that people make an appointment to view the exhibition. For those who would like to meet and speak with James Sterling Pitt, he will be at the gallery on August 7 from 12 to 7 pm. To make an appointment please email: email@example.com or call: 505.257.8417
Sorrel Sky Gallery
A two-person show featuring the works of renowned sculptor Star Liana York and acclaimed Crow artist, Kevin Red Star. Whether consciously or unconsciously, each has made color an integral part of their work. Recognized for how they preserve historical and cultural details, and depict people and animals with dignity and respect, this show will highlight how their use of color emotes and evokes feelings. Opening artist reception from 5-7:30 pm on August 7, 2020. The show continues through August 31.
In TAI Modern’s upcoming exhibition, Old Growth: New Work by Lance Letscher, the renowned collage artist invites the viewer to join him in a bright new world as he embraces his forward motion away from several difficult years of personal stress and anxiety. “My use of color has leapfrogged and has become a primary focus while in the studio,” Letscher explains in an interview with Lybi Ma. “I think for a while, my work was manic and somewhat dark in…
Hecho a Mano
Collaborations and memory form the focus of Vicente Telles’ latest solo exhibition, Convergence: of Time and Place. “I began my painting career on a chair my grandfather made,” says the artist. “It was a collaboration of sorts: his craftsmanship literally supported my creative practice.” Known for work that encourages people to grapple with distinctions between words like “traditional” and “contemporary”, Telles uses his mastery of santero techniques to explore subjects that are modern even if they might appear anachronistic. “A…