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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

June 15, 2018 - May 1, 2019

Art House

September 1, 2018 - September 29, 2019

Albuquerque Museum

November 3, 2018 - May 5, 2019

Harwood Museum of Art

The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation is the oldest artist residency program west of the Mississippi. The program has brought hundreds of visual artists, writers and composers to Taos. Many have stayed. This show presents Wurlitzer alumni from the museum collection and illustrates one woman’s influence on 70 years of Taos art and artists. Mining heiress Helene Wurlitzer (1874-1963) arrived in Taos in 1940. She quietly supported many local artists through collecting their art, providing materials and offering living space. In 1954, she…

November 30, 2018 - November 30, 2019

Art House

December 16, 2018 - August 25, 2019

Museum of International Folk Art

January 28 - March 30

Inpost Artspace

February 1 - April 21

Center for Contemporary Arts

February 1 - April 19

Sanitary Tortilla Factory

Amo ergo sum I love, therefore I am Valerie Roybal February 1 - March 8, 2019 Events: Collage workshop, Quaker Ceremony, Yoga class DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED For the past year, Valerie Roybal had dedicated her studio practice to creating an installation focused on her love of things. Valerie fondly attended to a host of objects that were discarded and obsolete. Roybal’s intimate and delicate reconstructions of fishing weights, postcards, sheet music, and oddities reconstruct a sophisticated elusive narrative that…

February 8 - March 31

Iconik Coffee Lupe

Daniel Hernández is a printmaker based in Oaxaca City. Expert in linocut and woodcut techniques, Daniel's work explores the beauty in death and temporality of life. Join us Friday, February 8, 6-8pm at Iconik Coffee at 314 S Guadalupe Street for the opening of Querida Mortem. The exhibition runs through March 31. Preview the works here: https://hechoamano.org/artist/daniel-hernandez --- Daniel Hernández (b. 1995) received a Visual and Plastic Arts Degree at the Benito Juárez Autonomous University of Oaxaca School of Fine…

February 9 - May 12

Harwood Museum of Art

The Bird’s Nests edition is a collaboration between Lynda Benglis, Hank Saxe, and Cynthia Patterson, published by Benefit Print Project. These works examine the relationship of paper and clay: a sculpture originally made by the artist from paper and wire transforms into an edition of “prints” in ceramic. An original sculptural object that Benglis built with handmade paper over a steel wire form is the model for the variable edition of ceramics. Using digital scanning and 3D printing, the delicate…

February 9 - May 12

Harwood Museum of Art

Birds of Appetite: Alchemy and Apparition presents work by Izumi Yokoyama and Tasha Ostrander with a common theme of nature and transformation. Yokoyama’s drawings and installation and Ostrander’s digital Light Jet prints are drawn from stand-alone series by each artist. Ostrander’s Chemical Spirit series of landscapes and portraits find source materials and content in her environmental surroundings. Yokoyama’s Mugen–Infinitude and Dreamer on the Mesa series are intricate ink pen drawings that represent significant and transformative phases in life. What makes…

March 1 - March 25

Turner Carroll Gallery

March 1 - March 28

Vitrine Albuquerque

March 1 - March 31

Mariposa Gallery

March 1 - March 31

Ghostwolf Gallery

March 1 @ 8:00 am - April 27 @ 5:00 pm

The Magazine

View select works by all twelve artists chosen for The Magazine's inaugural Artists' Issue in a group exhibition that opens Friday, March 1, 5-8 pm, at The Magazine’s new project space located at 1415 W Alameda Street in Santa Fe. We opened The Magazine’s first ever statewide open call for artists in November 2018, and by the deadline in December had received 452 submissions from artists of all ages, backgrounds, and from all corners of the state. We were astounded by…

March 2 - March 29

Counter Culture Cafe

March 2 - March 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

March 4 @ 9:00 am - April 21 @ 5:00 pm

The Encore Gallery

Meet the artist at the opening reception Thursday, March 7th from 4 to 6pm in the Encore Gallery. Artist, sculptor and graphic designer Howard Weliver works out of a 1973 25’ Tradewind Airstream, known as the “ArtStream,” on five beautiful acres in Arroyo Hondo. His “Let There Be Light” show incorporates LED-based neon shapes as a basis of abstract, street-style art he refers to as "abstreet". Opting to use alcohol-based ink mops, paint sticks and enamel-based markers over traditional paintbrushes,…

March 5 - April 6

New Mexico Art League Gallery

March 5 - April 19

Richard Levy Gallery

If Time Was a Place: Jenifer Kobylarz and Matt Magee Project Room: Plumerai: Vasher Studio March 5–April 19, 2019 Reception: Saturday, March 23, 6–8 pm Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present If Time Was a Place, a selection of oil paintings by Jenifer Kobylarz and sculptures by Matt Magee. Kobylarz’s paintings of interlocking lines create illusionary depth on flat wood panels. Magee’s sculptures are webs of abstract shapes cut from found laundry detergent bottles. Jenifer Kobylarz creates mesmerizing abstract paintings…

March 8 - April 20

Fuller Lodge Art Center

March 8 - April 20

Fuller Lodge Art Center

March 14, 2019 - January 1, 2020

Albuquerque Museum

March 22 - April 3

Winterowd Fine Art

Exhibition opening reception and meet the artist: Friday, March 22, 2019 5-7 pm. Show dates: March 22—April 3, 2019. “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” —John Muir “In order to understand something large, we isolate and examine its details. This rather simple concept is one that effloresces with virtuosic color and stunning clarity in the paintings of Charlie Burk. A lifelong resident of New Mexico, Burk departs…

March 23 - May 5

Show Pony Gallery

join us for the grand opening vortexting the muses current work by timothy jason reed march 23 - may 5 at show pony 501 franklin st santa fe new mexico -------------------------------------- we are vortexting the muses / we are beginning from the middle / again from i don’t know we message the muses - humbly and simply asking to be inspired and to inspire - join us // march 23 // and always (a (listening) a small collection of whisper…

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 - April 22

Turner Carroll Gallery

March 29 - May 31

Ylise Kessler Gallery

March 29 - April 13

Blue Rain Gallery

Blue Rain Gallery presents unseen works from four generations of Pueblo women artists: Pablita Velarde, Helen Hardin, Margarete Bagshaw, and Helen K. Tindel. Helen K. Tindel, Eruptions, mixed media on canvas, 20 x 16 in.

April 2 - May 1

Museum of Encaustic Art

Museum of Encaustic Art is currently exhibiting a newly rotated body of work, with over 300 encaustic/wax 2D and 3D artwork. The largest collection in the nation represents artists working diversely in encaustic/wax with mixed mediums. Encaustic/wax is the fastest growing medium in Americ, and is the most ancient medium in the world. The Encaustic Art Institute gallery also housed at the same location, with encaustic/wax work for sale. Open Tues-Sun, 12-5 pm, starting March 1. Discover the art of…

April 5 - April 25

Harwood Art Center

Danila Rumold’s current series dissolves things seemingly in opposition. Deconstructing conventional notions of painting in her work, Rumold crosses over from painting into large-scale collage and installation. Employing household tools, such as stove-top burners and washing machines in the materials’ preparation, she blurs the commonly separated roles of care-taking and art-making. Sleeping, cooking and eating on top of paper results in spontaneous mark-making, which Rumold explores as formal abstractions while referencing the body. Using semi-translucent Mulberry paper stained with earthy…

April 5 - April 21

Nuart Gallery

Nüart Gallery presents, Past and Present, a solo exhibition of new mixed media work by the artist Randall Reid. The exhibition will run April 5 through April 21, with an opening reception on Friday, April 5 from 5- 7 pm. Please join us for hors d'oeuvres and live music. Known for his potent re-mixing and re-contextualizing of found and historic materials, Randall Reid engineers salvaged steel and wood into sensuous formal color compositions. Reid’s steel-framed objet trouvé are reclaimed from…

April 10 - May 19

Dandelion Guild

April 12 - June 15

Horndeski Contemporary, LLC.

April 12 - May 5


Exhibit/208 is pleased to present new works by John Mulvany, who will be having his first solo painting show in New Mexico. All Things are / Impermanent, Imperfect and Incomplete, will run from April 12 - May 5, 2019, with an opening reception Friday, April 12, 5-8 pm at 208 Broadway Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87102. He will be exhibiting ten, 48-x-46-in abstract oil paintings on canvas from the last two years of his twenty years of painting practice. Mixing…

April 12 - April 26

Sanitary Tortilla Factory

"Ananke" Viola Arduini April 12th – 26th, 2019 Opening: Friday, April 12th, 6-9 pm Closing: Friday, April 26th, 6-9 pm Ananke, the Necessity, was considered one of the forces dominating nature and human fate in ancient Greece; even the gods were subjects to her; a mechanical force of chained events, reactions, given possibilities. In this exhibition, Viola Arduini explores and suggests a renewed understanding of the power of such force, while suggesting the necessity for change. Ananke is the mechanical,…

April 16 - May 25

New Mexico Art League Gallery

April 26 - May 15

GVG Contemporary

Surface Architecture pairs the work of Lori Swartz and Kevin Gilmore, who are both working in paint to coax non-objective narratives from various flat surfaces with mark making and structural vocabularies, both physical and illusionary. Lori Swartz, local to Santa Fe, has wintered in Buenos Aires, creating new work for this exhibition. She explains “the architecture of the way sidewalk meets the street, the cobblestones and the asphalt has captured me. I have used the lines of the built city…

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 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…

May 31 - June 15

Blue Rain Gallery

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

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 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…

July 6 - July 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

August 3 - August 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

August 16 - August 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

August 17 - August 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

November 2 - November 30

Sorrel Sky Gallery

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