The second edition of the SITElines biennial has a razor-sharp gracefulness that cuts with equal parts beauty and bitterness.
SITE Santa Fe
At SITE Santa Fe, Landscapes Unsettled and in Motion
SANTA FE — Unsettled Landscapes, the first installment of SITElines, SITE Santa Fe’s reimagined model for how biennials are conceived, curated, and structured, is a conglomeration of art from the Americas.
A First Look at the New SITE Santa Fe Biennial
SANTA FE — At this point it’s hard to keep track of which type of art event there are more of: art fairs or biennials. There are art fairs that look like biennials, biennials that look like art fairs, triennials, pop-ups, and everything in between. But the trope of the biennial has long been a fixture in the art world.
The Rustic, Intricate Fantasy of Enrique Martínez Celaya
SANTA FE, New Mexico — This massive, intricate fantasy of high art and kitsch, hand-made things and found objects, snaps together tighter than an Ikea bookshelf.
SITE Santa Fe’s Attempt to Kill the Biennial
SANTA FE, New Mexico — SITE Santa Fe claims to have established the first international art biennial in the United States. The year was 1995, the theme was “Longing and Belonging,” the raison d’être was to create a global exhibition in lil’ ole Santa Fe, and the response was so strong, according to the organization’s current director and curator, Irene Hofmann, that “SITE Santa FE” shifted from the name of a biennial to a cultural institution with full-time programming the very next year.