Amount is the highest ever paid at auction for a painting by a female artist
Fueled by a universal starvation for attention, “Gypsy” is Broadway’s brassy answer to “King Lear.”
An elongated Georgia O’Keeffe, as linear as the flower she holds, forms a chrysalis of modernism in “Our Lady of the Lily.”
Fall glitters Placitas’ rolling hills and mesas, signaling the time for the 33rd Annual Placitas Holiday Fine Arts and Crafts Sale.
Nearly 300 years since its Dublin debut, Handel’s “Messiah” has rocketed to the status of folk music.
Ukrainian pianist is the soloist in NM Philharmonic concert
Bruce Noll aims to conjure the spirit of Walt Whitman as his words sing melodies of truth.
This month’s launch of a Native American art website signals the first partnership between Albuquerque’s Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and the Santa Fe-based Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.
NM Philharmonic and Quintessence perform one of Haydn’s Masses
“The Cat Has 8 Lives” outlines feline shorthand for the new Coal Avenue Theatre as well as its debut production of eight abbreviated plays.
To boost or even maintain ticket sales beyond glittering concert halls, some music organizations have placed string quartets in pubs.
Animal-themed show has music spiced with Iggy Pop, the Teddybears