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It was like déjà vu, or rather a bad dream that repeated exactly twice. First, it was the closure of the College of Santa Fe in 2009 and now this, the scheduled closure of Santa Fe University of Art and Design in May 2018. While CSF had made it past middle age, if you started counting from the moment of its accreditation in 1965, SFUAD, run by Laureate International Universities in the last eight years, hadn’t even made it into adolescence [...]
Aspen is something of a wonderland. Tucked away and remote in the Roaring Fork Valley, vestiges of the town’s founding as a mining town turned ski resort are still visible in the now multi-million dollar Victorian homes [...]
Jami Porter Lara came upon the map with no border line in 2011, during a trip to the Paquime archaeological site in Chihuahua, Mexico. She was a BFA student at the University of New Mexico [...]
En route from one Southwest Arts Oasis to another, determined to see the works of Doris Cross (1907-1994) in Marfa and carrying a friend's artwork in our trunk, we passed through the heart of darkness [...]
Lannan Foundation: Roni Horn’s series of photographs of the river Thames—each one capturing a different texture of the opaque and oily water—creates a portrait of the river as if it were [...]
This is what happens when a photographer with a graphic design sensibility uses paper to make large-scale installation that ends up being a constructed photography series. [...]
A painter, Lewis grew up in Nova Scotia and had no formal training apart from painting postcards with her mother when she was young. Her hands, shoulders, and neck were crumpled by juvenile rheumatoid arthritis [...]
Louise Lawler has spent her career effacing any presence of her own identity in her artworks. Her works themselves are often either mechanically produced or feature the work of other artists. [...]
Complex patterns unfold for the viewer and richly reward time spent looking in Quilts of Southwest China. The curation of this show, which includes textiles dated from 1900 to contemporary times, expands our [...]
Many people collect items or have something precious they have kept with them throughout their lives. Other lives previous to ours have touched these things: those who made, owned, preserved, and passed them along [...]
"Buy the mystery, sell the history” is one of the oldest of Wall Street’s old sayings. The traditional interpretation is that you should buy stocks when they’re widely misunderstood and sell them after they become [...]
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