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Creating Geography

Nato Thompson spearheads the re-invention of place in Albuquerque

Art Features Experimental Geography examines how the natural world has traditionally been perceived by both science and art and proposes the potential for a new field that encompasses both practices and then some. It is in ...

Wednesday, July 1, 2009 Zane Fischer

Forensic Photography

There is evidence of process, yes, but not the artist’s

Art Features Victoria Sambunaris grids, maps and plumbs the thread of human response and interaction to environment with a scale and measure appropriate for people and mountians both.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009 Zane Fischer

Couch Potato

SOFA West was so glamorous it hardly needed art

Art Features SOFA West, with more than 10,000 visitors over a four-day span, was the most visibly successful event at the center to date. But it was underwhelming where it counts.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009 Zane Fischer

Adapt or Die

The new history museum is a lesson on multiple levels

Art Features The New Mexico History Museum drags us—kicking and screaming in some cases—into the future of museums. The theory goes that modern museums need to lead people through a sculpted adventure packed wi...

Wednesday, June 10, 2009 Zane Fischer

No Toca(r), Por Favor

A fake neighborhood invades Santa Fe. Alas

Art Features ToCa is not an arty Santa Fe "micro-neighborhood." Especially if Sunset Magazine says it is.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009 Zane Fischer

Go West, Old Man

Jerry West snake-charms memory

Art Features Word is that Jerry West, no spring chicken, was getting his boots dusty in the Utah desert and searing fresh memories into his eyes and hands just a week before his opening at Phil Space.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009 Zane Fischer

Newhall to New School

A quiet legacy is revealed in two very different projects

Art Features Scheinbaum and son manage to span at least three generations and a huge scope of effort and geogrpahy with their recent projects.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 Zane Fischer

Finally Landing

A new book and planned events bring land art to the level it deserves

Art Features The Southwest is a global epicenter of land art—everything from large-scale, permanent installations to fleeting performative resonances and more esoteric constructions—and if Santa Fe and New Mexic...

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 Zane Fischer

Beneath the Surface

The Santa Fe City poster contest maintains a tired facade

Art Features Rather than suggesting a city ripe with creativity, City of Santa Fe Arts Commission posters suggest a city with barely an original thought available, even among its supposedly rampant artist population. A phot...

Tuesday, April 28, 2009 Zane Fischer

From Riches to Rags

Some play at substance, others work at it

Art Features In a single weekend, only blocks apart, social justice is both skewered and held aloft.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 Zane Fischer
 
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