It's About Time: 14,000 Years of Art in New Mexico
May 11, 2012 - Jan 5, 2014
Traces art in the American Southwest from the earliest Clovis culture to the present. It’s About Time emphasizes the prime objects of artistic change as part of the centennial celebration of New Mexico statehood.
Shiprock and Mont St. Michel: Photographs by William Clift
April 19 – September 8, 2013
Over the course of almost four decades Santa Fe photographer William Clift has photographed two distinctive monoliths that dominate their landscapes: Shiprock in the northwestern corner of New Mexico and Mont St. Michel off the north coast of France.
Peter Sarkisian: Video Works, 1994-2011
May 3 – August 18, 2013
New Mexico artist Peter Sarkisian explores the spatial and perceptive possibilities of video, film, and sculpture. Sarkisian combines three-dimensional screens and objects with video projections that cause the viewer to question their own observational experience.
Back in the Saddle
February 8 – September 15, 2013
New Mexico artists have incorporated horses in their Southwestern imagery since the 1880s. These paintings, photographs, prints, and drawings capture the changing spirit of Southwest Art. Horse imagery during the twentieth century became an icon of the region, reflecting its ethnic diversity, and changing aesthetic styles.