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Watchlist: Contemporary Art Galleries

May 20, 2014, 12:00 am
Joel Peter Witkin

Andrew Smith Gallery
Look to Andrew Smith for an amazing assemblage of 19th and 20th century classical and contemporary photography. Current exhibits feature the likes of Joel-Peter Witkin and Ansel Adams. (122 Grant Ave., 984-1234)


D Arthur Wilson

Art Gone Wild!
Working in a bustling newsroom, the saying ‘Not my circus, not my monkeys’ oftentimes comes to mind. Thanks to its proximity to the mother ship, lions, tigers and ostriches are now added to the mix. (130 Lincoln Ave., 820-1004)


'Royal Bread Show' artists

Axle Contemporary
Santa Fe’s own gallery on wheels is a breath of fresh air among the local arts scene. Click here to find out more on their upcoming Renga Project closing performance. (The Railyard and other locations, 670-5854)


Michael Scott

David Richard Gallery
The jewel of the Railyard Arts District, David Richard masterfully stages exhibits that focus on postwar abstract art. Get ready to be wowed. (544 S Guadalupe St., 983-9555)


Hiroshi Yamano

LewAllen Gallery
Expect great things from LewAllen and their spacious 14,000 square-foot locale. Future shows include the likes of Henry Jackson and Diane Burko. (1613 Paseo De Peralta, 988-3250)


Bill Eppridge

Monroe Gallery of Photography
Many galleries can display captivating black and white photography, few also offer a master class on contemporary history. A must-experience art space. (112 Don Gaspar Ave., 992-0800)


Clayton Porter

Offroad Productions
With its industrial park location off Cerrillos Road, Offroad is the definition of off the beaten path. Recent exhibit subjects include cowboys, the color blue and male genitalia. (2891-B Trades West Road, 670-9276)


Kirk Patrick

Pop Gallery
The best of new brow combine to form one hell of a gallery, which is unveiling both a fresh location and new exhibits by animator Bob Doucette, surrealist painter Geoffrey Gersten and ceramicist Max Lehman this summer. (125 Lincoln Ave., 820-0788)


Max Lehman

photo-eye Gallery
Captivating, haunting and sublime are a few words that come to mind when referencing photo-eye’s stock, which started in 1979 as a mail-order photography book retailer. (376 Garcia St., 988-5152)


Ian Ratowsky

Zane Bennett
Cutting edge contemporary art resides at ZB. Up this season, a solo show by Holly Roberts on May 30, the New Media Transforms Tradition exhibit to coincide with Currents 2014 and unique works on glass by Matthew Szösz on June 27. (435 S Guadalupe St., 982-8111)



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