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July 28, 2017 - July 28, 2019

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

December 10, 2017 - July 7, 2019

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

September 1, 2018 - September 29, 2019

Albuquerque Museum

November 30, 2018 - November 30, 2019

Art House

December 16, 2018 - August 25, 2019

Museum of International Folk Art

March 14, 2019 - January 1, 2020

Albuquerque Museum

March 23 - September 29

Albuquerque Museum


March 29 - May 25

form & concept

Albuquerque artist Ryan Singer unveils a solo exhibition of acrylic paintings of Navajo Nation landscapes populated by cultural icons. The artist’s vivid imagery showcases original narratives inspired by dreams and childhood memories while interweaving subtle socio-political commentary. “My older sister was really into sci-fi. If she wanted to see a movie, she had to drag me along,” says Albuquerque painter Ryan Singer. “I remember watching Star Wars, Godzilla, and old black-and-white movies like Frankenstein or The Mummy.” Pretty soon, the…

March 29 - May 31

Ylise Kessler Gallery

April 12 - June 15

Horndeski Contemporary, LLC.

April 16 - May 25

New Mexico Art League Gallery

April 26 - June 8

Fuller Lodge Art Center

April 26 - May 31

Santa Fe Clay

New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists, NMPCA, announces the 2019 Celebration of Clay Exhibition, held April 26–May 31 at Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The annual exhibition fulfills one of the primary missions of this Statewide organization, which is to promote excellence and creativity in the clay arts. In addition, this self-juried exhibition will aid in the understanding and appreciation of clay arts and artists throughout the state of New Mexico. This year’s title, Many Hands, Many Ways,…

April 26 - June 8

Fuller Lodge Art Center

April 27 - May 26

Philip Bareiss Gallery

“Notes on the Landscape” with three Santa Fe area artists including Bonnie Lynch (vessels), Debra Salopek (paintings and drawings), and Linda Lynch (drawings) opens at the Philip Bareiss Gallery, Taos, April 27th. These artists express in their work a primordial understanding of sky and land we each carry, but one we do not necessarily engage in the instant digital age. In this exhibition, their comprehension of terroir, beauty, and gesture in brush, clay and line is an antidote to the…

April 27 - May 28

New Concept Gallery

May 3 - June 7

Richard Levy Gallery

Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present Allowed to Grow Old, a selection of photographs by Isa Leshko. For nearly a decade, Leshko visited sanctuaries across America to create intimate photographic portraits of geriatric farm animals. She began this series shortly after caring for her mother who had Alzheimer’s disease. The experience had a profound effect on her and forced her to confront her mortality. Leshko started photographing geriatric animals in order to take an unflinching look at her fear…

May 3 - June 7

Richard Levy Gallery

Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present For-Get-Me-Not, a series of collages by Valerie Roybal. Valerie Roybal collaged vintage illustrations of anatomy, plants and flowers onto found antique portraits, making the subject appear to be wearing the organic matter as part of their visage. For-Get-Me-Not consists of works made from found cabinet cards and cartes-de-visite that were collaged and painted on by Roybal and an accompanying book. Each of Roybal’s additions is a beautiful and mysterious visual expression of her…

May 3 - June 7

Richard Levy Gallery

Richard Levy Galllery is pleased to present Gold Leaf Trees, photographs by Daniel Ballesteros. In this series, Ballesteros positions trees as witnesses to gun violence, urbanization, and climate change by gilding over all manmade structures within each image and leaving only vegetation visible. Ballesteros has been an artist-in-residence at the Woodstock Center for Photography, the Camera Club of New York, Bose Pacia, The Luminary, and Kala Institute. Originally from St. Louis, Ballesteros currently resides in Oakland. High-resolution images are available…

May 3 - June 28

Taos Visitor’s Center

May 3 - June 21

North Fourth Art Center

Lenore Goodell, Water Flow and a Spring Day, pigment-based Epson ink on 100% cotton-fiber paper, 11 x 17 in Four artists—Jane Sprague, Larry Goodell, Lenore Goodell and James Burbank—combine talents to share divergent ways of seeing and/or expressing themselves and their relationship to the earth through painting, photography, poetry, sculpture and performance. North Fourth Art Center hosts a reception for the artists with music by Milestones on May 3, 2019, from 5pm-7pm in N4th Gallery, followed by a poetry reading at…

May 3 - May 30

Harwood Art Center

Through his art, Ian Hucke explores humanity. He appreciates and celebrates the diversity of people and believes a person's face is the window into their soul. People Watching is Hucke's attempt to bring to life what many do as they observe another—wonder about that person's life. The subject of each portrait is a real person, but the biographical vignette is what the artist imagines about their story.

May 3 - May 30

Harwood Art Center

Four Printmakers features artists living in New Mexico whose work is connected by their love of making hand-pulled prints. Each artist utilizes a different approach to printmaking including low relief collagraphs, mokulito (lithography on wood), intaglio and polymer gravure. Together, their work illustrates an appreciation of the multiple processes for making marks on paper to express their individual ways of communicating.

May 4 - June 2

Albuquerque Museum

May 6 - May 27

Expo New Mexico

May 11 - June 23

Light Art Space

This exhibition features the work of 5 contemporary Latinxs from Arizona, California, New Mexico, and New York. The artists present work in a variety of media including photographic instant film lifts and cyanotypes, mixed media, video and installation. Exhibit runs May 11 – June 23. Reception: Saturday, May 11, 5 – 7pm.

May 11 - May 30


May 16 @ 10:00 am - July 31 @ 5:00 pm

Glenn Green Galleries + Sculpture Garden

John Hogan A graduate of Northeast Louisiana State University with a Bachelors degree and New Mexico Highlands University with a Masters in Art Hogan studied with Edward Schutz and Elmer Schooley both exceptional landscape painters. "At Northeast Schutz introduced me to Nature as subject matter and gave me the opportunity for the first time to immerse myself in a variety of visual media that seemed to have limitless possibilities. It was Shutz, also a Highlands University graduate, who suggested I…

May 17 - June 10

Turner Carroll Gallery

May 17 - June 9

Keep Contemporary

Chilling Nordic Photography Exhibition Blends Landscape, Portraiture and Folklore at KEEP Contemporary NORD presents five international photographers whose work combines elements of landscape, figure and fantasy. Hailing from Iceland, Norway and Russia, the artists use the poetic, chilling Nordic landscape as a catalyst and backdrop for dark narratives and mystical compositions.

May 18 - July 13

April Price Projects Gallery

May 21 - July 8

Vivo Contemporary Gallery

This new exhibit documents what happens when a group of Santa Fe artists are confronted with the proverbial blank canvas, whether it comes in the form of paper pulp, kiln glass, tea bags, mosaic, found objects or paint. Chosen for this exhibit are contemporary artworks that represent the latest triumphs by artists Norma Alonzo, Barrie Brown, Ilse Bolle, Sally Chiu, Nina Glaser, Warren Keating, Ann Laser, Gary Oakley, Patricia Pearce and William Sayler. OPENING: Friday, May 24 from 5:00 PM…

May 25 - July 7

Museum of Encaustic Art

Museum of Encaustic Art presents No Creative Boundaries, a national juried exhibition for encaustic/wax artists exploring new creative territories in technique or style. Juror Ellen Koment of Santa Fe, NM has been working in encaustic for over 20 years and found the diverse entries a challenge to narrow down. Encaustic/Wax medium is the fastest growing medium in the nation, and artists are on the leading edge of imagination with this beautiful medium.Through public participation, 1st and 2nd cash award prizes…

May 31 - June 15

Blue Rain Gallery

See new paintings of the American landscape by Beijing-born, Seattle-based artist Z. Z. Wei.

May 31 - June 30

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

June 1 - June 30

Show Pony Gallery

Image Courtesy of Anastasio Wrobel, Time to Come – A Theory for Tomorrow 36 x 40 in Acrylic paint, ink, gesso, xerox collage, sharpie on canvas Fifty Years of Fight//Fifty Years of Future Co-curated by Show Pony Gallery and aung.robo.arts Pascal Emmer Ni Fawn Secret Mabel Freyr A. Marie Jacks McNamara Jonah Welch Anastasio Wrobel Over the past 50 years transpeople have fought mercilessly for their rights and a society that is both affirming and inclusive. This is a show to lay…

June 2 - November 11

Harwood Museum of Art

Judy Chicago collaborated with more than 150 needle workers between 1980 and 1985 to create dozens of images combining painting and needlework that celebrate the birth process—from the painful to the mythical. Sometimes witty and always original, this series celebrates the birth-giving capacity of women along with their creative spirit. Birth Project works have been exhibited in over 100 venues around the country. This exhibition draws from the Harwood’s collection as well as from the University of New Mexico Art…

June 4 - July 13

New Mexico Art League Gallery

June 7 - June 28

Sanitary Tortilla Factory

Grace Rosario Perkins Opening: Friday, June 7, 2019 6-9pm Exhibition: June 7 - 28, 2019 Sanitary Tortilla Factory is pleased to host a solo exhibition of Grace Rosario Perkins. Bouncing between Oakland and Albuquerque, Grace is concurrently showing work in the Bay area in an exhibition entitled Reading Room curated by R.L. Muas. This exhibition “not only calls for political action but also the creation of artistic spaces as forms of self-care.” Rosario Perkins is interested in disassembling her personal…

June 7 - June 27

Winterowd Fine Art

Artist Reception: Friday, June 7, 2019 5-7 PM Show dates: June 7-June 27, 2019 “I grew up in the south where the forest and tree canopy obscured my view. Arriving here to New Mexico, where the earth meets the sky, I discovered a never ending movie: wide expanses of horizon, clouds speeding through the atmosphere, mountains heavy with early morning mist, walking rain, and dazzling, changing light. The transitory weather and changing skyscapes, the illusory, delicate, gossamer curtains of rain…

June 7 - June 23

Nuart Gallery

Nüart Gallery presents Perspectives, a solo exhibition of paintings by artist Charles Ladson. The exhibition will run June 7-23, with an opening reception on Friday, June 7, from 5-7 pm. Please join us for hors d'oeuvres and live music. An artist talk will directly precede the opening at 4 pm (please RSVP to reserve a spot). In this body of work Charles Ladson depicts corners of rooms, snippets of yards, and interior vignettes that feel both common and exceptionally compelling.…

June 7 @ 8:00 am - June 27 @ 5:00 pm

David Rothermel Contemporary

A show of abstract paintings by David Rothermel that exemplify the confluence of outwardly simple forms with the complexity of deep, multiple layers of color and texture. Opening Reception: Friday, June 7, 5-7 pm.  

June 10 - July 25

Harwood Art Center

Harwood Art Center is pleased to present SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico and Point of Interest by Ruby Troup. SURFACE is an annual juried exhibition, endowed awards and professional development program presented by Harwood Art Center, to support the creative and professional growth of emerging artists and to expand their visibility and viability in our community. We have received hundreds of noteworthy submissions over the seven application cycles to-date; as of this year, the program has served 89 exceptionally…

June 22 - August 17

Horndeski Contemporary, LLC.

June 22 - September 22

Albuquerque Museum

June 28 - July 13

TAI Modern

Dakota Mace
June 28 - August 24

The Magazine

June 28-August 24, 2019 Opening: Fri, June 28, 6-9 pm A group exhibition featuring: Dakota Mace Daisy Quezada Ureña Vicente Telles When it comes to the genre of landscape in the southwest, the nineteenth century often eclipses the present. Pictures of vast, unpeopled spaces persist. Cowboys and Indians persist. Fantasies persist. But our landscapes are far more dynamic and complicated than these stale and romantic representations allow. Our landscapes show the traffic of the present, migrants attempting to cross a…

June 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Trapdoor Projects

July 6 - July 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

July 6 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Trapdoor Projects

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