If you weren’t fortunate enough to be in Santa Fe this past weekend, we wanted to share just a small portion of the wonderful Native art, fashion and dance that took over the entire city of Santa Fe!
Look The Center for Contemporary Arts opens Atomic Surplus (Oct. 11-Jan. 5), a multifaceted project that examines what it means to live in the birthplace of the atomic bomb, with exhibitions, films, lectures, and field trips. Also certain to raise eyebrows is an art exhibition by Dread Scott (Oct. 14-Nov. 22) and accompanying lecture (Oct. […]
It’s the Indian art extravaganza of the year: Santa Fe Indian Market has grown to attract more than 150,000 art buyers and art-lovers, eager to see the latest from 1,100 of the best Native American artists. The week’s events include the Native Cinema Showcase, the first annual pre-party, the much-anticipated Best of Show Ceremony and […]
At the museums: Through May 19, SITE Santa Fe is showing State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970, exploring the West Coast contribution to conceptual art, with 150 works by 60 artists. The New Mexico History Museum opens a yearlong exhibition on Cowboys Real and Imagined, and will screen Tom Mix movies for free. […]