Our top five picks for arts and culture events in the southwest, April 8-14, 2021.
Richard Levy Gallery / Albuquerque
On view through May 15
Richard Levy Gallery presents an exhibition of contemporary painters making unconventional landscapes. Taking the Scenic Route is a journey through unconventional desert topographies. View online now and by appointment beginning May 4.
San Antonio Museum of Art / San Antonio
On view through May 9
This exhibition features Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asian descent whose work reflects the global dialogues between their Asian heritages and their Latin American or Caribbean identities, as well as the major artistic movements of their times. An online poetry reading in association with the exhibition will be held on April 14.
Denver Art Museum / Denver
On view through July 18
DAM’s recently opened exhibition features a selection of haute couture, fashion sketches, photographs, film clips, family snapshots, and documents that look into the style of one of Hollywood’s most beloved couples. For those not in Denver, DAM has a number of fun online materials, including photographs, videos, and a playlist.
Granary Arts / Ephraim
On view through April 30
A new exhibition featuring photographs by Daniel George explores the contemporary landscape of Utah in relation to the state’s religious history. In the visual tradition of the Western photographic surveys, he documents a place that is paradoxically defined by idyllic optimism and characterized by unavoidable incongruity.
Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson / Tucson
Saturday, April 10, 1-8 pm MDT
MOCA Tuscon opens a new exhibition by Pia Camil. The three major artworks that make up the show provoke questions about the forces that divide and unite us, playfully yet tenderly suturing unity from fragments. The artist uses everyday materials, excesses, and cast-offs to create opportunities for connection.