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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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Tuesday, Mar 03, 2015

Cast Away

Cast Away is a mixed media installation inspired by old poems; specifically The Rime of Ancient Mariner and The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock.
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015

Cast Away

Cast Away is a mixed media installation inspired by old poems; specifically The Rime of Ancient Mariner and The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock.
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Thursday, Mar 05, 2015

Cast Away

Cast Away is a mixed media installation inspired by old poems; specifically The Rime of Ancient Mariner and The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock.
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Friday, Mar 06, 2015

Cast Away

Cast Away is a mixed media installation inspired by old poems; specifically The Rime of Ancient Mariner and The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock.
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Saturday, Mar 07, 2015

Cast Away

Cast Away is a mixed media installation inspired by old poems; specifically The Rime of Ancient Mariner and The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock.
gallery hours | free

Axle Contemporary

S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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