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July 28, 2017 - July 28, 2019

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

August 27, 2017 - September 3, 2018

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

December 3, 2017 - March 10, 2019

Museum of International Folk Art

This exhibition explores the new directions taken by current Peruvian folk artists during the recent decades of social and political upheaval and economic change. The exhibition will highlight the biographies and social histories of contemporary artists along with examples of work that preserve family tradition, reimagine older artforms, reclaim pre-Columbian techniques and styles, and forge new directions for arte popular in the 21st century.

December 10, 2017 - July 7, 2019

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

January 11 - September 15

Art House

February 10 - July 28

New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science

Leonardo da Vinci was an uncommon talent at a very uncommon time: the Italian Renaissance. Born out of wedlock in the year 1452, Leonardo was forced by his modest circumstances to make his own way in the world. He was largely self-educated, using his insatiable curiosity and observational skills to create artworks of extraordinary beauty and hundreds of inventions of every possible type. He was an artist, inventor, musician, scientist, and philosopher. Hundreds of years before these inventions became commonplace,…

April 22, 2018 - February 3, 2019

Museum of International Folk Art

May 25 - August 25

Santa Fe Railyard Park

June 1 - July 29

El Museo Cultural

June 2 - October 14

Albuquerque Museum

June 8 - August 25

Peters Projects

June 10 - October 7

Harwood Museum of Art

The Harwood Museum of Art, part of the University of New Mexico, is shining a light on the 60-year art practice of Larry Bell with an exhibition filling four of its nine galleries. The exhibition, Hocus, Focus and 12, focuses on work created since 1973 when Bell moved to Taos from Los Angeles. Gus’s Berg, 1975, a three-panel glass sculpture, will be installed across from a large 8-panel glass sculpture made in 2017, part of Bell’s Venice Fog series, most…

June 15, 2018 - May 1, 2019

Art House

June 15 - September 23

Center for Contemporary Art

June 15 - September 23, 2018 Ricardo Mazal: A 15 Year Survey explores the work of this extraordinary artist over the past two decades. Mazal’s unique paintings and his use of photography and digital technology to conceive them, demonstrate his research and thinking which trace the grand themes of life, death and spiritual transformation around the globe through diverse and seemingly disparate sources. His paintings, photographs, video installations and publications reflect his unique view of the world we inhibit and humanity’s…

June 22 - July 31

Liquid Light Glass

Through the timeless nature of glass and bronze materials, Holmes and Embroli create sculptures that blur the line between modern art and ancient artifact. Masters of their craft, the artists skillfully and creatively interpret iconic symbols of humanity, expressing the precarious relationship between humanity and nature. These one-of-a kind pieces represent timeless, visual stories through a unique artistic vision, told passionately through the eyes of the artists over the past two years. The intent of each piece is to express…

June 23 - September 23

Albuquerque Museum

June 26 - September 14

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

The Black Place: Georgia O’Keeffe and Michael Namingha presents the two artists’ work in conversation, in an installation that includes O’Keeffe’s paintings and drawings as well as new photographically-based work by Michael Namingha. Part of the Museum’s “Contemporary Voices” series. Michael Namingha, Black Place, 2017. Digital C-Print, Face Mounted to Plexiglas. 29 x 48 in. © Michael Namingha

June 27 - October 28

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

The installation of Georgia O’Keeffe’s dramatic 1923 oil painting, Storm Cloud, Lake George, provides visitors with the rare chance to see the work mid-conservation. Recent conservation work has revealed O’Keeffe’s original intentions for the painting, obscured by layers of varnish. Audiences can compare the two different appearances of the painting, and explore the changes in O’Keeffe’s creation. Image: Georgia O'Keeffe. Storm Cloud, Lake George, 1923. Oil on canvas, 18 x 30 1/8 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. ©…

June 29 - July 22

TAI Modern

June 30 - July 18

Singular Couture

Naranjo’s solo exhibition Contemporary Traditions at Singular Couture of one of a kind painted coats will run June 30–July 18, 2018. It will begin with an artist reception on Saturday, June 30, 2-5 pm. Singular Couture is located in Plaza Galeria, 66 E. San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, NM. Naranjo’s stunning silk hand painted coats immediately let you know he is a high tech wizard working with age-old Puebloan aesthetics. His Santa Clara heritage richly informs his work. Naranjo states…

July 6 - August 12


Going to the Dogs is an exhibition to celebrate the dog in contemporary art... the exhibition will be a benefit for the Santa Fe Animal Shelter. Interested in having your dog's portrait done? Don Colley and Chaz John will be doing portraits, both live in the gallery and from photographs, and 80% or the cost will be donated to the shelter! Contact the gallery for details.

July 6 - August 3

Globe Fine Art

Alyssia Lazin & Pavel Kapic, husband and wife, have combined their art as photographer and painter to create a body of work entitled “Confluence”. The work embodies an interdisciplinary approach that shifts the traditional boundaries of their media. The writer Susan Sontag said “The painter constructs, the photographer discloses.” Lazin’s photographs, printed on canvas and paper are the inspiration and the initial imagery for Kapic’s mixed media paintings. Much like other couples who have been influenced and inspired by one…

July 6 - July 19

Victory Contemporary

July 7 - July 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

July 7 - November 3

Couse-Sharp Historic Site

July 7 - August 11

east of west

July 13 - August 12

Webster Collection

Opening reception from 5-7 pm.

July 20 - August 3

Selby Fleetwood Gallery

July 24 - August 11

New Mexico Art League Gallery

July 24 - August 6

Mark White Fine Art

July 27 - September 15

form & concept

“From the beginning, we were interested in reimagining what an art gallery could be,” says Frank Rose, Director of form & concept gallery. “The natural starting point was asking, ‘What’s been exhibited, and what or who has been excluded?’” The gallery, located in Santa Fe’s Railyard Arts District, celebrated its second anniversary in May—but its most definitive curatorial statement emerges each summer.

July 27 - August 11

Blue Rain Gallery

July 27 - August 11

Blue Rain Gallery

July 27 - August 26

Gallery Fritz

August 1 - September 2

Museum of Encaustic Art

National Juried Exhibition: Global Warming is REAL, the second annual juried exhibition in the genre of encaustic/wax medium, 2D and 3D. National artists working in encaustic/wax examine how we assimilate and personalize the scientific information coming to light about global warming. Juror, Augustine Romero, currently the Gallery Curator for the City of Albuquerque, carefully narrowed the entries down to 50. A thought-provoking and intriguing exhibition, not to be missed. In addition: the Museum collaborated with Art Smart in their Summer…

August 1 - August 30

Cheri O’Brien Fine Art

August 3 - September 4

Peyton Wright

William Frej’s fine art color photography documents over 35 years of walking within the mountains of Afghanistan, India, Nepal, and Tibet, and through the jungles of Cambodia, Guatemala and Mexico. The photography captures both the stunning high peaks and remote mountain ranges of Asia, as well as the living cultures and religious ceremonies in the faraway regions of the Great Himalayan Range, the Ghats of Varanasi, India, rituals in Guatemala and Mexico, and the stone monuments of Cambodia’s Khmer. Frej’s…

August 4 - August 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

with Star Liana York

August 12 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Education Annex

August 14 - October 5

Richard Levy Gallery

Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present Pilgrimage, an exhibition of large-scale paintings by Albuquerque artist Beau Carey and a collaboration of poetry on glass by Santa Fe based artist Joanne Lefrak and Albuquerque poet Hakim Bellamy. The artworks included in Pilgrimage are inspired by mountain ranges around the globe. Individual landscape paintings are often about specific places. Beau Carey’s new paintings comprise multiple geographies. He paints each invented landscape from memory, plein-air studies, and photographs. Mountain ranges from Norway, Alaska, and Colorado are compressed and…

August 15 - August 31

Glenn Green Galleries + Sculpture Garden

Glenn Green Galleries presents an exhibit of new monotypes, sculptures and jewelry designs by Melanie Yazzie.

August 17 - August 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

August 18 - August 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

September 7 - September 30

Harwood Museum of Art

September 21 - October 15

Turner Carroll Gallery

October 6 - October 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

October 19 - October 21

Stables Art Gallery

November 3 - November 30

Sorrel Sky Gallery

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