Jerry Hunt was an oddball avant-gardist who conducted an international career from rural Texas. A collection of his work and ephemera are briefly on view in Lubbock.
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.
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.
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.
At Denver Month of Video, Experience a Medley of Video Art, Exhibitions, Performance Art, and Untraditional Cinema
Denver Month of Video founders Jenna Maurice and Adán De La Garza present a diverse array of video arts throughout July 2023 at venues across the city.
Cannupa Hanska Luger melds past and future in an Amarillo Museum of Art exhibition that pays tribute to millions of massacred Plains bison.
Utah video artist VHS Vic (Victor Blandon) shows his audience how to find magic in the mundane, the goofy in the serious, and the artistry in making a pizza.