ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The majority of art is contained — and displayed — within walls.
The Paseo 2018 in Taos breaks down those walls and gives artists the ability to showcase work in an open space with no boundaries. The event is put on by the nonprofit group The Paseo Project.
For two days — Friday, Sept. 14, and Saturday, Sept. 15 — artists from around the world will roll into the Taos Historic District and Kit Carson Park to showcase the art installations. Admission is free.
“It’s a unique and very specific event,” says J Matthew Thomas, director of The Paseo Project. “This is art you can’t hang on the wall. It’s site-based and participatory.”