California Stars illuminates contributions to contemporary art that have been long ignored and excluded from the standard Euro-American canon.
An expansive solo exhibition by the multidisciplinary Tlingit and Unangax̂ artist centers Indigenous perspectives and aims to boldly disrupt colonial narratives.
Roberts centers the beauty and vulnerability of Black children, which is often seized from them at a young age via systemic violence in the United States.
With the aim of linking sculpture and printmaking, the Santa Fe exhibition features works by artists like Ed Ruscha, Bruce Nauman, Helen Frankenthaler, and Robert Motherwell.
The New Mexico Museum of Art’s new extension, Vladem Contemporary, pays homage to Santa Fe’s past and present.
Lackey’s “cut paintings” bring to the forefront the often invisible or rarely acknowledged experiences of connection.
With “His Mark,” the endless loop of Nauman inscribing an X becomes a body memory for the viewer.
The annual Native arts festival has built bridges across communities and increased diversity among museum audiences.
The 101st edition of the Native arts festival featured 800 artists and extensive programming.
The exhibition features figurative works that combine found images with hand-painted details to illustrate the experiences of Black children in the US.
The newly reimagined space in the Santa Fe Railyard District presents its inaugural exhibition Shadow and Light.
Join the art book publisher for a free community celebration with artists, writers, and collaborators in New Mexico this August.