July 27, 2014

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Alignment

gallery hours, Apr 23, 2014 | free
 
A mixed-media installation by Carolyn Riman exploring the human spine as a still point in a relentlessly shifting environment. Through May 4


Where: El Zaguán
Phone: 505-982-0016
Address:
545 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM
87501

Other events in Ongoing Exhibitions

5 Santa Fe Collage Artists

Sunday, Jul 27, 2014
From paint to candy wrappers, these Macgyver artists piece together imaginative and vibrant representations of life. Through Aug 17
gallery hours | free

Farmers Market Pavilion

1607 Paseo de Peralta
Web | Map

51 American Cities

Sunday, Jul 27, 2014
Admire fine textures and shades of black, gray and white in this exhibition in which artist LaDonna Mayer weaves a tapestry of one city from each state and of the District of Columbia. Through August
gallery hours | free

Contemporary Tapestry Gallery

835 W. San Mateo Road
Santa Fe
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Acrylic on Paper and Bronze and Steel Sculpture

Sunday, Jul 27, 2014
Explore the meanings both hidden and overt in the suggestive stories woven into these paintings and sculptures by Michael Madzo and Ted Gall, respectively. Through August 10
gallery hours | free

Hunter Kirkland Contemporary

200 Canyon Road, Ste. B
Santa Fe
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Also At El Zaguán

Journal Entries of a Santa Fean Gone Mad (as Hell)

Monday, Jul 28, 2014
Dominic Cappello shares art that describes madness as both anger and insanity in reaction to unconscionable conditions inhabited daily. Through August 15
gallery hours | free

El Zaguán

545 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Map

Journal Entries of a Santa Fean Gone Mad (as Hell)

Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014
Dominic Cappello shares art that describes madness as both anger and insanity in reaction to unconscionable conditions inhabited daily. Through August 15
gallery hours | free

El Zaguán

545 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Map

Journal Entries of a Santa Fean Gone Mad (as Hell)

Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014
Dominic Cappello shares art that describes madness as both anger and insanity in reaction to unconscionable conditions inhabited daily. Through August 15
gallery hours | free

El Zaguán

545 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Map
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