I Want to See
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
Glenn Green Galleries + Sculpture Garden
Glenn Green Galleries is pleased to introduce new paintings by Rodney Forbes from Gippsland, Australia. ‘Lohan-Tuka: The Lost White Woman of Gippsland’, this painting looks at the settlement-era myth of a white woman in captivity with the Gunai-Kurnai tribe of Southern Australia. The story was used as a pretext for punitive massacres of the Aboriginals. This figurehead was a key part of the story, as the Gunai-Kurnai surrendered a ship’s figurehead that was in their possession, in an attempt to…
Harwood Museum of Art
Ronald Davis, Paul Pascarella, Jami Porter, Lara, and Sam Scott
SITE Santa Fe
On the occasion of their Grand Re-Opening, SITE presents Future Shock, an exhibition that examines our dynamic and decisive moment in global history and looks to the challenges and possibilities of the future. Future Shock is a large-scale exhibition of works by international artists that articulates the profound impact of the acceleration of technological, social, and structural change upon contemporary life. Future Shock takes its title from Alvin Toffler’s prophetic 1970’s book, in which he describes the exhilaration and consequences of our rapidly advancing world. With…
form & concept
In his new solo exhibition at form & concept, Korean ceramicist Wookjae Maeng ushers animals out of the wild and into the spotlight. His detailed porcelain sculptures of deer, rhinos, lions, bighorn sheep, and other creatures bring viewers back in touch with beings that are often pushed to the margins. Wookjae Maeng: Balance opens on Friday, October 27, 5-7 pm, and runs through Saturday, December 23.
Tansey Contemporary presents Falling Into, a solo exhibition from internationally renowned Australian glass artist Clare Belfrage, at their Santa Fe gallery location. The exhibition follows Belfrage’s recent SALA (South Australian Living Artists) recognition as their Festival Feature Artist for 2018 and includes two new series of the artist’s detailed and complex glass drawing on blown glass forms: Quiet Shifting and Skin Deep. Together, the series represent being immersed in an experience or feeling from the natural world. Belfrage states: “I am…
Canyon Road Art Brokerage
Works by New Mexico artists: Glenna Goodacre, Joan Potter, Margaret Nes, Douglas Johnson, etc.
form & concept
Decommissioned firearms aren’t the most pliable artistic medium, but that hasn’t stopped faculty and students at Santa Fe Community College from reshaping them into stunning artworks. They’ve been hard at work bending, slicing, shredding and melting old guns into sculptures, jewelry and even apparel. This fall, the art will appear at a special reception, live auction, and silent auction in support of art and welding scholarships at SFCC and the 501(c)3 non-partisan organization New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence (NMPGV),…
EXHIBIT/208 will finish its 2017 schedule with a show by a multi-faceted local artist, curator, and gallery director of the South Broadway Cultural Center and the KIMO gallery in Albuquerque. Augustine was born in Pueblo, Colorado. Received his MA from New York University in 1997. He has been living in Albuquerque for the past 20 years, becoming a crucial figure in showing and curating local Albuquerque art. He has shown with EXHIBIT/208 for the past 15 years. We are thrilled…
Museum of Encaustic Art
Showing November 10th through December 17. Guy Cross Exhibition benefiting the Museum of Encaustic Art free Childrens workshop center and ARTsmart. Guy Cross, founder and retired publisher of THE Magazine for 24 years, and a photographer for 55 years, is generously offering this exhibition to support Artsmart and the Museum of Encaustic Art. For this Benefit, thirty of his framed photographs have been chosen and over 50 works of art by other photographers and artists collected over 25 years. All…
Center for Contemporary Arts
Deeply influenced by Jazz greats like Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk, Burns aims to paint like Monk composes: with intention, drama, and reflective dissonance.
Museum of Encaustic Art
Museum exhibition of over one hundred and fifty 2- and 3-dimensional encaustic/wax artworks. This is the largest collection in the nation, representing artists working diversely in encaustic/wax with mixed mediums. The Encaustic Art Institute gallery is housed at the same location, with encaustic/wax work for sale. December hours: 12-5 pm through December 17. Closed to the public December 18-January 31. Museum open in January for encaustic/wax workshops. Visit moeart.org for workshop information.
Santa Fe Clay
From the morning mug of coffee that jumpstarts your day to the last shot of tequila that ruins a night, cups of all shapes and sizes play integral roles in our daily lives. Continuing a much-loved Santa Fe Clay tradition, we’ll be honoring the humble drinking vessel with a special exhibition curated with both the holiday season and the year’s end in mind.
David Richard Gallery
Alcopley: 1950-1965, Selections in Oil, Watercolor and Ink
Twig & Call: Beautiful Objects for the Modern Age Aviva Bauman of Twig Works jewelry and photographer Chelsea Call are teaming up for a two-woman show and pop-up shop at the Art.i.factory, just in time for the holidays. The opening reception coincides with the 17th Annual Baca Street Arts Tour, December 1, 2, and 3. Opening reception: Friday, December 1, 5-9 pm. Tour hours: Saturday, December 2, 10 am-4 pm; Art.i.fact is open until 6 pm. Sunday December 3, 11…
John Sommers Gallery
Land Arts of the American West is an interdisciplinary, field-based studio art program at the University of New Mexico. During the program, students travel extensively throughout the Southwest, engaging in a variety of processes and experiences from heritage preservation along the banks of the Rio Grande to exploring the cultural importance of the contested Bears Ears National Monument. While camping and investigating environmental sites, human habitation systems, questions of ecological justice, and modes of communication, artists—alongside their independent field studies—approached…
Sanitary Tortilla Factory
A two-person collaborative art show and installation by Cecilia McKinnon and Lance McGoldrick. December 15 – January 19, 2017 Opening reception December 15, 6-9 pm Free to attend, all-ages Pre-existing Conditions is the result of a collaborative excavation of various illegal dump sites near Albuquerque. Cecilia McKinnon and Lance McGoldrick have sourced materials for installation, sculptures, and trash readymades from these informal sites, examining cycles of production, consumption, and planned obsolescence. The artists give consideration and new context to common…