Smriti Keshari is an Indian-American award-winning filmmaker, artist, and director. Her work explores untold stories beyond mainstream media. Her approach is interdisciplinary and deeply collaborative, bringing together artists, actors, musicians, scientists…
THE Magazine’s 2017 yearr in review, illustrated by Mariah Romero.
Houston-based artist Dario Robleto was recently described by Krista Tippett of onbeing.org as “famous for spinning and shaping unconventional materials—from dinosaur fossils to pulverized vintage records, from swamp root to cramp bark. He joins words and objects in a way that distills …
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. […]
Originally from Northern California, Mariah moved to Santa Fe to attend the Santa Fe University of Art and Design and graduated in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in […]
Jeremy was born in Albuquerque, NM, in 1994. His artistic journey began once he could scribble on the walls with crayons. At age 11, he picked up a skateboard and started a new personal adventure. […]
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 […]
Sculptor Kate Carr died in April 2017 at home in Santa Fe, of complications related to ovarian cancer. She was 40 years old. Born Katey Elizabeth Carr in Anchorage, Alaska, Kate moved to Vermont in 1995 to attend Marlboro College. […]