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Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM, 87501
670-5854 | Website
Neighborhood: Arroyo Chamiso Corridor

 Axle Contemporary is a mobile art gallery. You can get updates on location by following the Twitter feed: @axleart

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Also At Axle Contemporary

Saturday, Apr 18, 2015

Holocene Garden

Lea Anderson presents an installation exploring life and light through imagined "plants" in the Railyard shade structure. Through May 17. For daily location, visit axleart.com
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Sunday, Apr 19, 2015

Holocene Garden

Lea Anderson presents an installation exploring life and light through imagined "plants" in the Railyard shade structure. Through May 17. For daily location, visit axleart.com
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Monday, Apr 20, 2015

Holocene Garden

Lea Anderson presents an installation exploring life and light through imagined "plants" in the Railyard shade structure. Through May 17. For daily location, visit axleart.com
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015

Holocene Garden

Lea Anderson presents an installation exploring life and light through imagined "plants" in the Railyard shade structure. Through May 17. For daily location, visit axleart.com
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015

Holocene Garden

Lea Anderson presents an installation exploring life and light through imagined "plants" in the Railyard shade structure. Through May 17. For daily location, visit axleart.com
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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