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Warm 'n' Fuzzies

Upcoming show at CCA will have you feeling hot, hot, hot

Art Features Yeah, we get it, do-it-yourself craft has been glamorized into mainstream art. Granny hobbies are now paradoxically cool. Knitting’s no longer stitched by the arthritic hand—in fact, it’s become undergr...

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 Tess Cutler

Cue the Violins

Going once, playing twice...

Art Features When people want to combine the worlds of music and art, they’ll go see a Broadway musical or maybe enjoy those cheesy stock images that roll across the screen of their fave karaoke DVD as they belt out “...

Tuesday, October 2, 2012 Ryan Collett

Blade Runner

For one man, beauty walks a knife’s edge

Art Features “Hollywood fucked it up,” says Chama’s own renegade knife maker, Curtis Green. I'm standing at the entrance of his 10’x10’x30’ utility trailer parked in a dirt lot across from the Chevron station on...

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 Scott Yorko

Indian Market 2012 Photo Dispatch

91st annual festival in images

Art Features According to SWAIA Executive Director Bruce Bernstein who took to the Plaza's Buffalo Thunder stage on Sunday afternoon, the event cost $1.5M to stage, and generates a collected income of $18M—or 12% of the...

Monday, August 20, 2012 Enrique Limón

Animal Instincts

Ferus forces Santa Fe out of its box and into the wild

Art Features Full disclosure: 1. My Latin name is Ferox, a variant of the Latin Ferus, the title of the new exhibition at Eggman and Walrus Art Emporium, which I prefer to translate as “courageous, high-spirited and warli...

Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Rani Molla

Outta Here!

Leavings and then some

Art Features Revolving doors, motorbikes and more in Santa Fe's arts scene.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 Scott Shuker

Post-Industrial Discourse

Ghosts in Armour brings focus to collaborative artistic practice

Art Features This column is a plea for the art communities of Santa Fe to begin a dialogue that furthers artistic practice—which naturally includes conversations about the notion of artistic practice and our understanding...

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 Matthew Irwin

Relapse

Time travel is really the act of standing still

Art Features You are not the person you were a decade ago. You regenerate your cells every 7-10 years, becoming fundamentally different. The Time-Lapse exhibition at SITE Santa Fe, which closes May 20 after a three-month ru...

Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Jackson Larson

Meta Observations

The difference between intended and unintended interventions

Art Features I’m stuck on the words “human interventions in landscape” accompanying Nancy Holt’s early photographic series, “Western Graveyards.” The collection of dilapidated and overgrown burial sites, photogr...

Wednesday, May 9, 2012 Matthew Irwin

Step Aside, Miss O’Keeffe

SFUAD seniors take Santa Fe art to new places

Art Features A brief trip to the Santa Fe University Art and Design for the graphic design senior thesis exhibit proved a refreshing reminder of the potential (and potential capital gain) of art.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 Meaghen Brown
 
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