The exhibition features figurative works that combine found images with hand-painted details to illustrate the experiences of Black children in the US.
The solo exhibition includes recent sculptures and installations, as well as newly commissioned video work and historical loans from the Yale Center for British Art.
His Mark features a collection of new and recent video installations, including never-before-shown self-portrait work and 3D video.
Artists from the Southwestern US explore the role of water during extreme droughts in a group exhibition at SITE Santa Fe curated by Lucy R. Lippard and Brandee Caoba.
The Mexican artist confronts gun violence and nuclear power through sculpture, print, performance, and video work.
This immersive exhibition features new media and digital works by Neil Mendoza, Iván Navarro, Camille Utterback, and Robert Rauschenberg.
This show surveys over six decades of Cole’s ongoing career, featuring works that highlight her lifelong investigation of rhythmic, repetitive lines and composition.
The multidisciplinary exhibition features a selection of film, video, and photography focused on the cinematic landscape of New Mexico and its residents.
Brooklyn-based artist Rebecca Ward explores the landscape of queer motherhood in a new solo exhibition at New Mexico’s SITE Santa Fe.
This comprehensive survey of Gibson’s multi-decade practice highlights his purposeful use of material, provocative language, and collaborative community-rooted performances.
An exploration of cultural repair and radical colonial resistance, Chacon’s work is inspired by Diné creation mythology and her own experiences as a contemporary Indigenous artist.
The first solo presentation of the Los Angeles-based artist in New Mexico celebrates her five-decade career and contributions to the Light and Space movement.