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Uncertainty follows a good year for art

Art Features The past year, after all, has been an energetic and explosive one in the annals of art in Santa Fe. But what's to come?

Wednesday, December 24, 2008 Zane Fischer

But is it Art?

Give me one good reason why I should care

Art Features What if Clayton Porter made skateboards and David Leigh and Ben Meisner made ramps? Would their art be much different?

Tuesday, December 16, 2008 Zane Fischer

Vroom with a View

What’s pastel is prologue

Art Features Don't let a deep and reasonable fear of pastels prevent you from investigating Reinhard Ziegler.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008 Zane Fischer

Local Looking Glass

Photography has an influence on Santa Fe’s identity

Art Features The photography exhibition currently on view at the Palace of the Governors has a homey, scrapbook sensibility that, especially for locals, reads like a gathering of friends and neighbors complete wit

Wednesday, December 3, 2008 Zane Fischer

A Long Draw

We don’t need no stinking pencils

Art Features Two exhibitions embrace simple—and complex—drawing in all its quirky glory.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008 Zane Fischer

Incomplete Works

The Railyard Park will, happily, never be finished

Art Features On a recent weekend, with the winter sun bright but bleak and with the wind carrying a bite at the tail of its caress, the public happily used the Railyard Park.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008 Zane Fischer

A Ton of Simple

Or, a show fit for simpletons

Art Features An art exhibition called Occam's Razor forgets to stick to basics. That's irony, right?

Tuesday, November 11, 2008 Zane Fischer

From Darkness: Light

Gunderson pulls visual tactility from pure black

Art Features Homer was the first to invoke the image of a “wine dark sea” in the Iliad as a physical reflection of Achilles’ grief at the death of Patroclus, but the phrase throbs against the skull when co...

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Zane Fischer

Indulgent Experience

Shearburn’s “lean” is secretly lush

Art Features Even if big-name, blue chips make you bored, there's are hidden highlights worth grabbing in Drop, Stack and Lean.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008 Zane Fischer

Fear Itself

Gallery-goers need to get over fear—and themselves

Art Features Marty Horowitz, like the poet Amiri Baraka, pushes buttons with his work. Just in time for the election.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008 Charlotte Jusinski
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