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Where Culture Happens

Nudes exhibit and music series know where it’s at

Art Features Culture happens. That is, it can be curated, but it cannot be created intentionally. To be a part of culture, one has to be in it, participating. It doesn’t happen in newspapers or museums. Let me illustrate

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Matthew Irwin

Art in the Back of a Truck

Axle Contemporary want you to ask,

Art Features Axle Contemporary had partnered with the New Mexico Experimental Glass Workshop for Vidrio y los Muertos, a Day of the Dead exhibition. Next to the workshop’s kiln, Axle’s mobile gallery—devised from a cu...

Tuesday, November 1, 2011 Matthew Irwin

SPREADing the Wealth

SITE Santa Fe’s micro-granting initiative, take two

Art Features Among the eight finalists for SITE Santa Fe’s micro-granting initiative, SPREAD, one will walk away with…let’s see, the minimum ticket price ($15) times 350-ish people, factor in the sliding scale for tic...

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 Matthew Irwin

From the Street to the SITE

Exhibition questions through what lenses we view history

Art Features As a whole, Agitated Histories puts history itself on the stand.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 Matthew Irwin

Let's Talk About Art

Christopher MacQueen’s “atmospheric landscapes” begin the dialogue

Art Features A self-described installation artist, MacQueen has turned the walls of Eggman’s side gallery into a picture window onto an imaginary landscape.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Matthew Irwin

Spending Money on Art

New woodcuts and the price of location at Argos Studio

Art Features About three years ago, I found my way into art collecting through intaglio, aka printmaking. So given the opportunity to write my first art review for SFR on the sixth annual International Guild of Realism show...

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 Matthew Irwin

Truth in Youth

From New York to Corrymore Elucidates Portaiture's Possibilities

Art Features Beautiful people and compelling portraiture don’t have to be synonymous, a point that Robert Henri’s portraits of Thomas MacNamara in From New York to Corrymore: Robert Henri & Ireland firmly reinforc...

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Reyan Ali

Funny Business

Jacob A Pfeiffer takes things literally in Metaphorically Speaking

Art Features Trying to appreciate a pile of sticks hanging over a fishbowl without any context is an exercise both confusing and pointless.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011 Reyan Ali

Triple Threat

Rebels presents three distinct takes on lowbrow art

Art Features “Lowbrow” is a word fraught with symbolism. The term, which originated in California in the 1970s to describe a wave of colorful, energetic art inspired by sundry slices of the zeitgeist—punk ro

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 Reyan Ali

Common Ground

Land Use/Misuse examines man’s tumultuous relationship with nature

Art Features Man is a secondary, negligible entity in Land Use/Misuse—a fact both banal and remarkable.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011 Reyan Ali
 
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Morning Word: Death Penalty Reinstatement Would Cost State Millions

Morning Word At the same time New Mexico lawmakers are trying to shore up the state’s budget, the New Mexico Public Defender's Office is questioning the costs associated with reinstating the death penalty.  ... More

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