I visited Ventana Fine Art's retrospective for Paul-Henri Bourguignon (1906-1988) last Thursday morning, a few hours before President Donald Trump's announcement that the United States was leaving the Paris Agreement.
When Lavanya Reed was growing up in Santa Fe, her father came home one day with a turquoise tattoo of a dragon on his arm. "It was really fresh, so it just glowed," says Reed.
"Under restoration. / trying to piece together / 100o murals inside my mind" — so read the opening lines of mexican jazz part 22, a poem Israel Francisco Haros Lopez wrote in late 2015.
Not long after Christian Waguespack arrived at the New Mexico Museum of Art as the new curator of 20th-century art, he commissioned several enormous color swatches as part of a risky pitch.
Twenty-three high school students entered SITE Santa Fe's Young Curators program at the beginning of the school year.
Parker Laughlin Jennings is a carpenter by trade, and he's worked as a set builder at the Santa Fe Opera for a little over four years. "Most carpenters make this clear delineation between being an artist and being a craftsman," Jennings says.
Fierce Feminine Risings, debuts this Saturday and features eight artists: seven women and one man.