For many artists who visited New Mexico almost a century ago, the starkly powerful landscapes, and unfamiliar architecture and cultures they saw launched them on an inspired new exploration of modernist style.
Generations of schoolkids and tourists have trooped through the Palace of the Governors on Santa Fe’s Plaza.
Eight years. Eighteen expeditions to New Guinea and Australia. Thirty-nine species of birds.
Abandoned bowling alley to become a portal to multiple dimensions
For those who think of Santa Fe first when it comes to New Mexico art, “On the Map: Unfolding Albuquerque Art and Design” aims to introduce visitors to an avalanche in Albuquerque.
Exhibition aims to shatter the myth of ABQ as Santa Fe’s artistically challenged stepsister
After the enveloping buzz of Internet fame, Wes Naman returned to his darkroom roots.
Glass can be opaque, translucent, transparent, etched, blown, cast and/or fused.
Curator chooses art that captures contemporary city landscape
TV makes spectators of us all.
The 54th Annual New Mexico Arts & Crafts Fair entry deadline is midnight Saturday, Jan. 31.
Now in its second year, the highly successful art festival, The Paseo, is seeking multimedia installation, performance and projection artists to submit entries for the festival that will be featured as part of the Taos Fall Arts Festival in September.