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When SITE Santa Fe’s multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion project concludes this October, the contemporary museum space will debut an exhibition called Future Shock [...]
Studio Visit: Nicola López uses printmaking, drawing, collage, and large-scale installation to create work that explores the physical and psychological experience of the contemporary city [...]
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts: Claire Vaye Watkins set her 2015 novel Gold Fame Citrus in a not-so-distant future, in the aftermath of a disastrous event: the entire western United States has been engulfed by a massive sand dune [...]
To most of us, indigo is just blue jeans, a commonplace commodity of global fashion. But to devotees of organic indigo like Aboubakar Fofana, a veteran of the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, it is an evocative color whose handmade variations are evidence of ancient dyeing traditions worthy of a lifetime of study [...]
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959–1971 is a bold and illuminating exhibition in honor of Virginia Dwan and is now at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) [...]
Whitney Museum of American Art: At first I noticed the smell, earthy almost. Then there was shade and a flush of coolness. I had entered Rafa Esparza’s Figure/Ground: Beyond the White Field [...]
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Kerry James Marshall has said of his childhood, “You can’t be born in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1955 and grow up in South Central near the Black Panthers headquarters, and not feel like you’ve got some kind of social responsibility. [...]
While she was planning Views by Women Artists, a massive collaborative exhibition in 1982 during the annual College Art Association conference, Sabra Moore’s own show, Pieced [...]
Mayeur Projects: I imagine them as children: O’Bryan on the sidewalk, rubbing the concrete with chalk, while Ross sits in the grass and fries ants with a magnifying glass. This comes to me only after [...]
Larry Bob Phillips was born in Canyon, Texas, and studied with calligrapher Carl Kurtz at the Kansas City Art Institute. He helped run the Donkey Gallery in Albuquerque where [...]
The exhibition Southern Accent: Seeking the South in Contemporary Art debuted last year at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and is currently on view at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville [...]
Patina Gallery presents two exhibitions in celebration of the world premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs at the Santa Fe Opera on July 22, 2017. [...]
God is Just a Prayer Away, Donald Woodman
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