Carried Impressions: Lithographs and Monoprints from the 1960s doesn’t demand the spotlight, but it’s ripe for exploration.
Nancy Zastudil is an independent editor, writer, and curator working toward equitable representation in the arts. She regularly edits artist books and exhibition catalogs, and writes about visual art for a variety of publications. From 2018 to 2021, she was the gallery director at Tamarind Institute. She is currently based in New Mexico.
Tales of Endurance Etched on Vinyl
The semi-durational installation The Mountains Wore Down to the Valleys poetically frames the challenges of the pandemic, and more.
A Spotlight on Navajo Filmmaker Blackhorse Lowe
“I’m focused on contemporary Native American stories, the modern-day ups and downs of that lifestyle, but I’m not trying to do it in a traditional manner,” the award-winning filmmaker told Hyperallergic in an interview.
The Cross-Border Work of the Rubin Center’s New Curator
“Artists are the key people who are helping us to think differently and better about not just the future, but the past and the present,” said Laura August, who’s been chosen to lead the Visual Arts center at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Artist Paula Castillo Returns to Her Rural Roots
Castillo’s decision to install her work in a rural campus gallery space drives home the fact that art can, perhaps must, be a daily experience.
Shining a Light on the Art of the Printmaker
When prints are exhibited, the printer is generally not credited as co-creator of the work and often the print publisher or workshop is not named.
Transcendental Painting Lives on in New Mexico and Beyond
The group of self-identified idealists, active until 1942, created nonrepresentational paintings of and from the creative imagination.
Silver as a Lens Into Santa Fe and Its “Place in the Myth of the American West”
Upon invitation from the Wheelwright Museum, Nathan Young has created an installation of bridles, bow guards, belt buckles, and cigarette holders ranging from the 19th century to the present.
New Mexico Artists Explore Creativity and Activism Through NFTs
Cryptoart is being generated by artists looking for something that the conventional art world can’t, or won’t, offer them.