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July 28, 2017 - July 28, 2019

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

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

April 22, 2018 - February 3, 2019

Museum of International Folk Art

June 2 - October 14

Albuquerque Museum

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 - 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 15, 2018 - May 1, 2019

Art House

June 23 - September 23

Albuquerque Museum

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 30 - December 31

Algodones Gallery and Sculpture Garden

On view, Crane’s bronze and steel sculpture, including “Homage to Anne,” a memorial to Anne Frank, the young Jewish girl who wrote a now-classic diary while hiding with her family from the Nazis. Otto Frank, Anne’s father was the only survivor. In the 1970’s, when Crane was working on this project, a National Geographic photographer went to his studio and did an interview. Otto Frank saw the published article and wrote to Mr. Crane. Copies of those letters can be…

July 7 - November 3

Couse-Sharp Historic Site

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 25 - September 30

David Richard Gallery

August 26 - September 29

David Richard Gallery

August 31 - October 19

Edition ONE Gallery

Following last year’s record-breaking turnout for this iconic Rock ’n’ Roll exhibition, Edition ONE Gallery is presenting another star-studded photography event to expose rare portraits of Rock and Pop legends. Introducing Glen Wexler to Santa Fe for the first time, his studio portraits include a diverse musicians from Michael Jackson to Van Halen to ZZ Top; also introducing Yvette Roman whose intimate portraits range from Joni Mitchell to Maynard Keenan from TOOL; and Santa Fe native, Eventyr, presenting her never-before-seen…

September 4 - November 4

Taos Art Museum at Fechin House

September 4 @ 10:00 am - October 6 @ 4:00 pm

New Mexico Art League Gallery

September 5 - October 30

Vivo Contemporary Gallery

“On the trail to yesterday lies the importance of identity. Taking walks with my grandfather shaped my life. In real time, those walks happened more than fifty years ago, but in my memory, they occur any time I want to relive them”. - Joseph Marshall The paintings, sculpture, kiln glass, assemblage, collage and monoprints in the new show at ViVO Contemporary Gallery were created during moments when the artists were vitally engaged in their work, during a conversation between the…

September 7 - October 2

Peyton Wright

Donald Roy Thompson began this series of color field paintings in the late 1960s. He later moved to large shaped canvases and other styles. It was during a move from the Northwest to Santa Fe a few years ago that he rediscovered this body of work. With new inspiration he returned to the series, and since that time has produced a remarkable series of paintings that he calls the Echo Series. Donald Roy Thompson’s journey as an artist has been…

September 7 - September 30

Harwood Museum of Art

September 7 - September 30

Remarque/New Grounds Print Workshop

September 7 - September 29

Remarque/New Grounds Print Workshop

September 7 - September 29

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

September 14 - October 6

Exhibit/208

EXHIBIT/208 is back from its summer hiatus with an exciting fall schedule of new artists and new one person shows. Our first show of our fall 2018 schedule is a one person show by Albuquerque's own Karsten Creightney. His exciting mixed media pieces stand at the top of a young generation of artists using traditional and non traditional means to create a new visual language to express their views of today. In his words: "I reimagine territories I encounter by…

September 14 - October 14

Tansey Contemporary

September 14 - September 29

Blue Rain Gallery

See new art history-inspired mixed media paintings by Santa Fe artist Erin Currier.

September 14 - September 29

Ellsworth Gallery

September 17 - October 6

Fuller Lodge Art Center

September 17, 2018 - January 28, 2019

The Historic Taos Inn

A native of Taos but raised in Denver, David Gary Suazo has lived and worked in Taos since 1987. Suazo began his painting career using the empty pages in his mother’s encyclopedia set. In his sixth grade art class, the teacher, who knew of the Taos Society of Artists, introduced him to southwest art. While attending high school in Denver, Suazo took the highest level art classes available by the time he was a junior. He started out with pencil…

September 21 - October 15

Turner Carroll Gallery

September 21 - October 15

Turner Carroll Gallery

September 21 - October 7

Nuart Gallery

John Tarahteeff is known for classically rendered compositions that challenge viewers’ perceptions through plays of scale, unusual lighting, and the underlying psychological tension between innocence and knowledge. He pushes the boundaries of what is possible in figurative painting with a masterful use of acrylic on canvas. In this exhibition, "Placeholder," Tarahteeff creates set dramas that play out in deep undercurrents of the imagination. In his paintings, the moment is defined more by multiple potential meanings than by any objective narrative.…

September 22 - September 30

Philip Bareiss Gallery

Eleven artists, part of a critique group formed at UNM in 2010, who have continued meeting to show and discuss their work. Panel Discussion September 29, 2 pm, Philip Bareiss Gallery, Taos: Serendipity and Synchronicity in Seeing. Four panelists will discuss the evolution of artistic vision through our group process.

September 28 - October 21

Museum of Encaustic Art

632 Agua Fria St. 505-989-3283 moeart.org Discover the art of wax at the Museum of Encaustic Art. From ancient beeswax to the modern crayon. The current juried exhibition Melting Pot/Melting Point showcases 43 works of encaustic/wax art by members of two non-profit encaustic orgs. EAI & IEA. The theme is a metaphorical reference to the American ideal of a society becoming more homogeneous, with different elements fusing harmoniously together to create one common culture. It is a coming together of…

September 28 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Blue Rain Gallery

October 2 - October 16

Mark White Fine Art

October 5 - November 3

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

October 5 - November 3

New Concept Gallery

October 5 - October 28

Harwood Museum of Art

October 6 - October 7

Paa-ko Event Center

October 6 - October 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

October 6 - November 10

Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts

October 12 - November 17

Richard Levy Gallery

October 12–November 17 Closing Reception: Saturday, November 17, 6–8 pm Main Gallery: The Print Show • Polly Apfelbaum, John Baldessari, Math Bass, Martin Creed, Anish Kapoor, Julie Mehretu, Sean Scully, Thomas Ruff, Ed Ruscha, and Jonas Wood Project Room: Mick Burson • The Importance of Packing a Lunch Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present The Print Show, a group exhibition by contemporary artists who offer a sample of the broad range of printing techniques being used today. Screenprinting, aquatint,…

October 12 - October 28

Nuart Gallery

Erin Cone is known for her exceptionally compelling stylized portraits. She has developed a powerfully idiosyncratic visual language with strong directional lighting and reductive planes of subdued color. Her figures are stark and minimal, infused with subtle, ambiguous feeling. The paintings are full of emotion but the context is subdued―allowing the viewer to experience the work from their own perspective. The Exhibition, “Boundless,” consists of a new collection of large-format acrylic paintings in which Erin Cone continues her exploration of…

October 12 - November 3

Exhibit/208

EXHIBIT/208 is pleased to present new works by Danila Rumold in her first solo show in NM since moving here from the west coast three years ago. The show will run from Oct. 12-November 3. Her work has evolved from oil painting to mixed media pieces utilizing natural dyes from food sources including eggshells and coffee in combination with traditional materials, graphite, pastel, charcoal and ink. Rumold will be exhibiting nine large scale, 80"x60" paper collages--such as "Queen Sheet" which…

October 16 - November 24

New Mexico Art League Gallery

October 18 - October 21

October 19 - October 21

Stables Art Gallery

October 19 - December 30

ART BOX

These ten paintings represent the distillation of a 16 year and ongoing quest into the possibilities of figurative abstraction. Stan Bering, Seasons on Land #41, oil on panel, 48 x 64 in, 2018.   Stan Bering, Seasons on Land #44, oil on panel, 48 x 64 in, 2018.  

October 19 - October 21

Stables Art Gallery

A fine selection of works by the early modern artists of Taos, the Taos Moderns,some of whom created the original Stables Gallery as an artist cooperative for the newly created Taos Artist Association in the mid 50s. The Stables Gallery, an actual converted stable, was a bastion and important showcase for modern art in Taos and had a lasting influence on the art market for almost 30 years. Pressed into existence by artists Emil Bisttram, Cliff and Barbara Harmon, Ted…

October 19 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Drury Plaza Hotel

October 26 @ 8:00 am - December 31 @ 5:00 pm

form & concept

form & concept presents Hand/Eye, an exhibition of ten artists from across the United States who merge photography and craft mediums. The artworks in the show incorporate a wide array of materials—fiber, cast glass, micaceous clay, human hair—that shatter the picture plane and push photographic imagery into the real world. Hand/Eye debuts Friday, October 26 from 5 to 7 pm and runs through December 31, 2018. The opening reception coincides with the Last Friday Art Walk in the Santa Fe…

October 27 - November 12

Cheri O’Brien Fine Art

November 3 - November 30

Sorrel Sky Gallery

November 30 - December 31

form & concept

form & concept presents the second annual Microcosm group exhibition. The gallery invited all-star artists and designers from its 2018 shows to make works measuring 8 x 10 inches or smaller. It’s form & concept’s final statement of the year, reflecting the variety of mediums and messages that graced the walls. Microcosm will feature far-flung creators who work in clay, glass, fiber, precious metals, and camera film—among many other materials.

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