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Paul Sarkisian
July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018

Albuquerque Museum

July 28, 2017 - July 28, 2019

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

August 27, 2017 - September 3, 2018

October 7, 2017 - May 1, 2018

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…

December 3, 2017 - March 10, 2019

Museum of International Folk Art

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,…

February 10 - May 13

Harwood Museum of Art

February 10 - May 13

Harwood Museum of Art

February 10 - May 13

Harwood Museum of Art

February 10 @ 10:00 am - May 13 @ 5:00 pm

Harwood Museum of Art

See mixed media portraits by Erin Currier as part of the Harwood Museum's "Work by Women" exhibition.

February 23 - April 22

LewAllen Galleries

Featuring work by artist Janet Monafo whose pastel still-lifes (which often feature contemporary objects like Chinese food containers or Styrofoam boxes) are an invigorating entry in the tradition of still-life.

March 9 - April 30

Molecule

The recently inaugurated Sculpture Union at the Santa Fe Community College and Molecule Design come together in an alliance of shared values and inspiration, featuring works by Union members at the Molecule space. The Sculpture Union is a group of more than 40 students, faculty and staff at the Community College  who are committed to supporting and improving the creativity, vitality, and visibility of the sculpture program and the artists at Santa Fe Community College. The Molecule Design Store keeps an active annual schedule which…

March 12 - April 30

Molecule

The recently inaugurated Sculpture Union at the Santa Fe Community College and Molecule Design come together in an alliance of shared values and inspiration, featuring works by Union members at the Molecule space. The Sculpture Union is a group of more than 40 students, faculty, and staff at the Community College who are committed to supporting and improving the creativity, vitality, and visibility of the sculpture program and the artists at Santa Fe Community College. The Molecule Design Store keeps…

March 19 - May 19

Evoke Contemporary

March 23 - May 25

Peters Projects

March 23 - May 25

Peters Projects

March 23 - May 25

Peters Projects

March 23 - April 28

David Richard Gallery

The current exhibition, Abstract and Captured Forms, 1967 to 1975, explores 2 series of paintings, Captured Forms and Abstractions that Rector initiated in 1967. Captured Forms was one of several black and white series initiated in 1967 that consisted of bold Modernist structures with slight optical effects that evoked the sensation of vibration or movement. The other series were Reflections and Shadows. Her first series of black and white paintings, Visual Participation, were hard-edge, consisting of arrays of lines, dots…

March 23 - April 21

LewAllen Galleries

Janet Monafo's still life images transform everyday objects into grand arrangements of light and color, hue and texture, order and disorder, memory and metaphor. Strikingly contemporary in their composition, these remarkable pastel paintings take the age-old tradition of meticulously rendered still life into the 21st century.  With an extraordinary level of mastery over a challenging medium, Janet Monafo infuses her works with activated, glowing color that awakens her inanimate subject matter (vases, teacups, fabric, fruits, takeout boxes, plastic water jugs, and glowing metallic pots)…

March 23 - May 25

Peters Projects

March 23 - April 28

David Richard Gallery

Michael Hedges’ expressionist paintings are as much about energy as they are about color and texture. The energy, both in his physical approach to applying paint to the support as well as the color harmonies across the compositions, activates the surface and the viewer’s experience. Hedges’ passionately embraces Abstract Expressionism with his own color-based approach to expressionist and gestural abstract painting. According to the artist, his works, “begin as a problem of two or more color relationships to be explored…

March 30 - May 19

form & concept

“Everybody that lives in New Mexico goes to Arizona every once in awhile,” says Wesley Anderegg. “That’s the only reason Arizona exists, is to drive through to go to California.” It’s a particularly sacrilegious statement for a born-and-raised Arizonan, but Anderegg hasn’t lived there for decades. He’s also never directly revisited his wild childhood through his figurative ceramics—until now. “As you get older, you kind of get reminiscing,” says the California-based artist. “It’s like, oh man, I’m on the downslope these…

March 30 - April 22

Foto Forum

March 30 - May 19

photo-eye Gallery

March 31 - April 28

New Concept Gallery

March 31 - May 19

Central Features

April 1 - April 30

Throughout Taos County

The Paseo Project hosts its first artist-in-residence, Laurelin Kruse, founder of the Mobile Museum of American Artifacts (MMoAA). Throughout the month of April, Kruse will take the Mobile Museum to 16 stops throughout Taos County, engaging the community through stories and oral histories embedded in everyday objects. Five University of New Mexico art department students have been selected for internships with MMOAA. Each will receive college credits. The interns are Tracy Bell, Heather Bergerson, Audrey Tipping, Savannah Summers and Jana…

April 3 - April 27

Special Collections Library

A flip book, an art book, a journey in thirty images, a story by Bay Stevens.

April 6 - May 25

Edition One Gallery at Neptune Studio

Mark Berndt observes, arranges and preserves random occurrences as pictured poems. Subject matter is largely irrelevant. When and where they’ll appear is unpredictable. He balances subject, line and color in a deceptively simple frame that strains out the clutter and leads us to share that thing he saw – that thing we might have missed. Berndt’s career as a professional in commercial film and photography required the assembly and direction of concept, cast and crew. But his personal expression revels…

April 6 - April 26

Harwood Art Center

Alexis Kaminsky stacks, strings, and piles hundreds of polygons for her site-specific installation, Outcroppings. In keeping with her other assemblage work, Outcroppings shows how many small things, when taken together, can have significant results. By reusing cardboard shipping packages to construct gem-like forms, Kaminsky pokes fun at preciousness and avarice.

April 6 - April 21

Sanitary Tortilla Factory

April 6 - 21, 2018 Opening reception: Friday, April 6, 6-9 pm Artist Talk: Monday, April 9, 4-5 PM, UNM College of Fine Arts, Room 1020 Football is a manifestation of the cultural processes that shape male-identified formations of body. Using a visual vocabulary that hovers between photography and painting, these works on paper explore the aspects of heroism, romance, and idealized gender role play embedded in representations of college football players. Exceptional Visual Artist Scholar Series Football is Nick Simko’s…

April 6 - May 6

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

April 6 - April 26

Harwood Art Center

April 6 @ 12:00 am - April 22 @ 12:00 am

Nüart Gallery

Randall Reid: Unfolding Connections April 6 - April 22, 2018 Nüart Gallery is pleased to present Unfolding Connections - a solo exhibition of new works by the artist, Randall Reid. The exhibition will run April 6 through April 22, 2018, with an opening reception on Friday, April 6th from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. The artist will be present. The latest body of work by Randall Reid continues to unfold connections between meaning and material – past and present – time…

April 13 - May 6

Axle Contemporary

Geoffrey Gorman’s Axle Contemporary installation “Recuerdos from a Forgotten War” poses the intriguing question ‘what would happen if dogs were soldiers?’ parked at Selby Fleetwood Gallery 600 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM

April 13 - April 29

east of west

April 21 - May 12

Greg Moon Art

A national juried show that poses the questions: Who will be the artists that lead the way in this new millennium? What will be the movements and issues they champion? Taos is a major artist’s colony that has been at the forefront of most of the major modern art movements initiated within the last 120 years. Taos has been a major seat of Modernism, Abstract-Expressionism, and Minimalism. David Anthony Fine Art, Wider Nightingale Fine Art, and Greg Moon Art of Taos…

April 22, 2018 - February 3, 2019

Museum of International Folk Art

April 23 - April 27

Santa Fe Art Institute

7-8 pm Monday-Thursday, 12-1 pm Friday.

April 27 - June 15

Webster Collection

The photographers and artists: Robert Stivers, Victoria Goldman-Amoré, Willis F. Lee, Deborah Samuel, David Michael Kennedy, Patti Levey, Tasha Ostrander, Marion Claire Wasserman, Andrea Senutovitch, Alexandra Ewing, Mateo Galvano, and Louis Leray, as well as historic original photographs featuring flowers adorning FRIDA KAHLO. We will also introduce the extraordinary botanical paintings of Maggie Hanley. The gallery is located at 54 1/2 Lincoln Avenue, upstairs on the West side of the historic Santa Fe Plaza.

April 27 - May 11

Sanitary Tortilla Factory

Exhibition runs: April 27 – May 11 Opening reception: April 27, 2018 6-9 pm Poetry reading by Beata Tsosie-Peña: 7 pm Gently Radical Changing engages with the legacy of toxic contamination and subsequent trauma in ecologies ridden with histories of environmental injustices. The work presented in the exhibition offers gestures of remediation and healing to these places, through bioremediative sculpture and performance, video, installation, and participatory workshops. In partnership with the Environmental Justice department of Tewa Women’s United, based out…

Debra Baxter, aqua aura knuckles
April 27 - June 16

form & concept

“This thing could fail, and it could be a nightmare,” says Debra Baxter. “But who cares?” The Santa Fe sculptor makes artworks that combine divergent materials—metal, glass and stone, for example—so there’s always a risk that they’ll split apart during the creative process. Informed by her passion for armor and weaponry, Baxter charges ahead fearlessly to create elegant and sometimes dangerous objects. Her new solo exhibition at form & concept, Tooth & Nail, includes flowing bronze breastplates that hold glittering…

April 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

form & concept

“I had a professor who said, ‘no surprise for the artist, no surprise for the audience,’” Szösz says. “That surprise, where it’s as much a product of the material and circumstance that you set up as well as your own vision, is the thing that’s exciting for me.” He calls some of his glass art experiments “material/process investigations” and others “bad ideas.” Either way, the key is to set up novel conditions in the studio, shifting heat, humidity and other…

May 1 - June 30

Taos Art Museum at Fechin House

curated by ​Teresa Loveless

May 4 - June 2

Chiaroscuro

May 4 - June 2

Chiaroscuro

May 4 - May 20

Nüart Gallery

Diana Moore: Earth Etching May 4 – May 20, 2018 Nüart Gallery is pleased to present Earth Etching – a solo exhibition of new works by the artist Diana Moore. The exhibition will run May 4 through May 20, 2018, with an opening reception on Friday, May 4, 5–7 pm. The artist will be present. On numerous flights between Houston and Los Angeles for a commission, Diana became intrigued with the patchwork stretches of land only visible from the air above. Through her eyes, these aerial…

May 5 - May 18

Sorrel Sky Gallery

June 1 - July 29

El Museo Cultural

June 2 - June 30

Sorrel Sky Gallery

June 9 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

form & concept

Inner Orbit spotlights contemporary artists from across the United States who meld fine art and craft mediums with technology for deeply personal looks at the firmament. The show appears in conjunction with Santa Fe Futurition, the Currents New Media Festival, and the Santa Fe Institute’s Interplanetary Festival.

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 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

form & concept

Baxter frequently picks up materials she’s never used before, searching for novel ways to engage the histories of sculpture, jewelry, weaponry or drapery. For Tooth & Nail, the events of the #MeToo movement have fed into her continued interest in the strength, vulnerability and the raw power of the female voice. The courage of these women has activated work with a blend of toughness and vulnerability. “These contrasting materials carry a similar spirit,” she explains. “My sculptures sometimes look delicate,…

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 7 - July 31

Sorrel Sky Gallery

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