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Santa Fe

Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Arts

1050 Old Pe­cos Trail, 505-982-1338

The Im­pli­ca­tion of Form, ar­chi­tec­tural pho­to­graphs by Hay­ley Rhea­gan, through Oct. 4. The Curve:

A Global View of New Pho­tog­ra­phy, works by re­cip­i­ents of CEN­TER's 2015 pro­ject grants and Choice Awards win­ners, Muñoz Wax­man Gallery • A Room Lis­ten­ing to It­self, site-spe­cific in­stal­la­tion by Adam Bas­anta, Spec­tor Ripps Pro­ject Space; through Sept. 12. Open Thurs­daysSun­days; ccas­

El Museo Cul­tural de Santa Fe 555 Camino de la Fa­milia, 505-992-0591 Site-spe­cific in­stal­la­tions: Bob Hao­zous: Orig­i­nal Sin • Robert Mesa: In­vic­tus • Rubén Ol­guin:

Drum Mi­gra­tion; through July. Ro­tat­ing ex­hibits, com­mu­nity pro­grams, and per­for­mances de­signed to pre­serve and pro­mote His­panic cul­ture. Open Wed­nes­days-Sun­days; el­museo­cul­

Ge­or­gia O’Keeffe Mu­seum

217 John­son St., 505-946-1000

O’Keeffe: Line, Color, and Com­po­si­tion, a se­ries of paint­ing, wa­ter­col­ors, pas­tels, and draw­ing in­stal­la­tions, through Sept. 13 • New Pho­tog­ra­phy

Ac­qui­si­tions, im­ages of O'Keeffe, through Sept. 26; open daily; oke­ef­fe­mu­

Mu­seum of Con­tem­po­rary Na­tive Arts 108 Cathe­dral Pl., 505-983-1777 You Are on In­dian Land, The Truth About Sto­ries,

Star Wal­low­ing Bull: Mech­a­nis­tic Ren­der­ings, Dark Light: The Ce­ram­ics of Chris­tine Nofchissey McHorse,

War Depart­ment,

mul­ti­site group show • works on pa­per by Julie Buf­falo­head •

paint­ings and draw­ings • ex­hibits run through July • group show of works from the mu­seum col­lec­tion de­pict­ing armed con­flicts span­ning 500 years, through De­cem­ber;­seum; closed Tues­days.

Mu­seum of In­dian Arts & Cul­ture

710 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill, 505-476-1250

In­dian Coun­try: The Art of David Bradley, paint­ings, bronze sculp­ture, and mixed-media works, through Jan. 16 • Courage and Com­pas­sion: Na­tive Women

Sculpt­ing Women, group show, through Oct. 19 • Turquoise, Wa­ter, Sky: The Stone and Its Mean­ing, high­lights from the mu­seum’s col­lec­tion of jew­elry • The Buchs­baum Gallery of South­west­ern Pot­tery, tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary works • Here, Now,

and Al­ways, ar­ti­facts from the mu­seum col­lec­tion; in­di­a­nart­sand­cul­; open daily through Oc­to­ber.

Mu­seum of In­ter­na­tional Folk Art

706 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill, 505-476-1200

Be­tween Two Worlds: Folk Artists Re­flect on the

Im­mi­grant Ex­pe­ri­ence • The Red That Col­ored the World, an ex­hibit de­tail­ing the world-wide prac­tice of ex­tract­ing carmine dye from the cochineal bee­tle to tint sculp­ture, paint­ings, manuscripts, and tex­tiles from Pre-Columbian times to the present, through Sept. 13 • Pot­tery

of the U.S. South: A Liv­ing Tra­di­tion, presents tra­di­tional stoneware from North Carolina and north­ern Ge­or­gia, through Jan. 3 • Mul­ti­ple Vi­sions:

A Com­mon Bond, col­lec­tion of toys and folk art; in­ter­na­tion­al­; open daily through Oc­to­ber.

Mu­seum of Span­ish Colo­nial Art

750 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill, 505-982-2226 Blue on Blue: Indigo and Cobalt in New Spain, tex­tiles, ce­ram­ics, paint­ings, and sculp­ture, through Feb. 29 • Tradi­ción, De­vo­ción y Vida: 80 Years of Black and White Pho­tog­ra­phy in New Mexico and Mexico, in­clud­ing works by Manuel Car­rillo, Ansel Adams, Nor­man Mauskopf, Se­bastião Sal­gado, Gra­ciela Itur­bide, and Wil­liam Frej, through Oc­to­ber • Se­crets of the Sym­bols: The Hid­den Lan­guage of Span­ish Colo­nial Art • San Ysidro/St. Isi­dore

the Farmer, bul­tos, retab­los, straw ap­pliqué, and paint­ings on tin • Re­cent Ac­qui­si­tions, colo­nial and 19th-cen­tury Mex­i­can art, sculp­ture, and fur­ni­ture; also, work by young Span­ish Mar­ket artists • The Del­gado Room, late-colo­nial-pe­riod re-cre­ation, open daily through Oc­to­ber; span­ish­colo­ New Mexico History Mu­seum/ Palace of the Gover­nors

113 Lin­coln Ave., 505-476-5200

Fad­ing Mem­o­ries: Echoes of the Civil War, rare pho­to­graphs, a U.S. flag from the Bat­tle of Glo­ri­eta Pass, lith­o­graphs, di­aries, and art­work, through Feb. 26 • Poet­ics of Light: Pin­hole Pho­tog­ra­phy, through Jan. 10 • Set­ting the Stan­dard: The Fred

Har­vey Com­pany and Its Legacy, ephemera from the mu­seum col­lec­tion and photos from POG photo ar­chives • Telling New Mexico: Sto­ries From Then

and Now, core ex­hibit • Santa Fe Found: Frag­ments of Time, the ar­chae­o­log­i­cal and his­tor­i­cal roots of Santa Fe; His­tor­i­cal Down­town Walk­ing Tours, 10:15 a.m. Mon­days-Satur­days through Oct. 17, nmhis­to­ry­mu­; open daily through Oc­to­ber.

New Mexico Mu­seum of Art

107 W. Palace Ave., 505-476-5072

Art on the Edge: 2015, group show of con­tem­po­rary works; through Aug. 16 • Ma­te­rial Mat­ters: Se­lec­tions From the Joann and Gif­ford Phillips

Gift, works pro­duced from the 1950s to the 1970s by artists in­clud­ing Richard Diebenkorn, John McLaugh­lin, Ron Cooper, and Eu­gene New­mann • To Feel Less Alone: Gay Block, A Por­trait, pho­to­graphic se­ries shot be­tween 1975 and 2012, through July 26 • Col­ors of the South­west, se­lec­tions from the mu­seum col­lec­tion, through Sept. 1 • Spotlight on Gus­tave Bau­mann, works from the mu­seum’s col­lec­tion, through De­cem­ber • Photo Lab, in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibit ex­plain­ing the pro­cesses used to make color and plat­inumpal­la­dium prints from the col­lec­tion, through July 26; nmart­mu­; closed Mon­days.

Santa Fe Botan­i­cal Gar­den

715 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill, 505-471-9103

Monarch-Or­ange Takes Flight, con­tainer-gar­den show with on­go­ing pro­grams about monarch but­ter­flies, through Sept. 13 • The Power of Place, group show of sculp­ture, in­clud­ing works by Kevin Box, Phillip Hao­zous, and Allan Houser, through May 1, 2016; santafeb­otan­i­cal­gar­; open daily.

SITE Santa Fe 1606 Paseo de Peralta, 505-989-1199 SITE 20 Years/20 Shows: Sum­mer, group show, through Oct. 4 • Un­sus­pected Pos­si­bil­i­ties: Leonardo Drew, Sarah Op­pen­heimer, and

Marie Watt, col­lab­o­ra­tive in­stal­la­tions, through Jan. 3; re­cep­tion noon-5 p.m. Satur­day, July 18. Open Thurs­days-Sun­days; site­ (See story, Page 45) Wheel­wright Mu­seum of the Amer­i­can In­dian

704 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill, 505-982-4636 Cen­ter for the Study of South­west­ern Jew­elry, a per­ma­nent ex­hibit de­voted to the history and de­vel­op­ment of Navajo/Diné and Pue­blo met­al­work, lap­idary, and re­lated tra­di­tions; events in­clude artist demon­stra­tions, tra­di­tional dances, food, and sto­ry­telling. Core ex­hibits in­clude his­toric and con­tem­po­rary Na­tive Amer­i­can art. Open daily; wheel­


Al­bu­querque Mu­seum 2000 Moun­tain Rd., N.W., 505-243-7255 Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe, his­tor­i­cal and con­tem­po­rary ex­am­ples; through

Aug. 9 • core ex­hibits: Com­mon Ground: Art of New Mexico; Only in Al­bu­querque; closed Mon­days;­tur­alser­vices/al­bu­querque-mu­seum.

In­dian Pue­blo Cul­tural Cen­ter

2401 12th St., N.W., 866-855-7902

Our Land, Our Cul­ture, Our Story, his­tor­i­cal over­view of the Pue­blo world, and con­tem­po­rary art­work and crafts­man­ship of each of the 19 pue­b­los; week­end Na­tive dances; in­di­an­; open daily.

Maxwell Mu­seum of An­thro­pol­ogy

UNM cam­pus, 1 Univer­sity Blvd., N.E., 505-277-4405

Ar­chae­ol­ogy on Ice, ex­hibit ex­plor­ing cli­mate change in the Arc­tic, in­clud­ing tribal ar­ti­facts emerg­ing as the ice melts. The mu­seum’s col­lec­tion in­cludes ethnological, archival, and pho­to­graphic items. Closed Sun­days and Mon­days, maxwell­mu­

Na­tional His­panic Cul­tural Cen­ter

1701 Fourth St., S.W., 505-604-6896

AfroBrazil: Art and Iden­ti­ties, three-tiered ex­hibit of lith­o­graphs from the Tamarind In­sti­tute, pho­to­graphs and dressed fig­ures by Paulo Lima, through mid-Au­gust; closed Mon­days, na­tion­al­his­pan­ic­cen­

UNM Art Mu­seum 1 Univer­sity of New Mexico, 505-277-4001 David Maisel/Black Maps: Amer­i­can Land­scape and the Apoc­a­lyp­tic Sublime, pho­to­graphs by

Maisel • Beau­ti­ful Dis­in­te­grat­ing Ob­sti­nate Hor­ror Draw­ing and Other Re­cent Ac­qui­si­tions and Se­lec­tions From the UNM Art Mu­seum’s Per­ma­nent Col­lec­tion

• The Gift, wood­cut prints by John Tatschl (1906-1982). Open Tues­days-Satur­days; un­mart­mu­

Es­pañola Bond House Mu­seum and Mis­ión Mu­seum y Con­vento 706 Bond St., 505-747-8535 His­toric and cul­tural ob­jects ex­hib­ited in the home of rail­road en­tre­pre­neur Frank Bond (1863-1945). Call for hours;

Los Alamos

Brad­bury Science Mu­seum

1350 Cen­tral Ave., 505-667-4444

En­vi­ron­men­tal Re­search and Mon­i­tor­ing, an ex­hibit on how to pre­serve ar­chae­o­log­i­cal sites, lo­cal wildlife, and frag­ile ecosys­tems. Core ex­hibits on the history of Los Alamos and the Man­hat­tan Pro­ject as well as over 40 in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits;­seum; open daily.

Los Alamos His­tor­i­cal Mu­seum

1050 Bath­tub Row, 505-662-4493 Tra­di­tion and Change in Cór­dova, New Mexico: The 1939 Pho­to­graphs of Ber­lyn Brixner & the

López Fam­ily of Wood Carvers. Core ex­hibits on area ge­ol­ogy, home­stead­ers, and the Man­hat­tan Pro­ject. Housed in the Guest Cot­tage of the Los Alamos Ranch School. Open daily; los­alam­oshis­


Har­wood Mu­seum of Art 238 Le­doux St., 575-758-9826 Charles Strong: A Cel­e­bra­tion of Life and Art, ab­stract paint­ings, through Jan. 24 • An En­dur­ing

Ap­peal: The Taos So­ci­ety of Artists, paint­ings, prints, and draw­ings • Ran­dall La­Gro, paint­ings; through Sept. 7. Core ex­hibit of se­lected works by Taos mod­ernists span­ning the 1920s through re­cent years • San­tos, clas­sic and con­tem­po­rary retab­los, bul­tos, and mid- to late-19th-cen­tury tin work, fur­ni­ture, and sculp­ture • Paint­ings by Agnes Martin; har­wood­mu­; closed Mon­days.

La Ha­cienda de los Martinez 708 Ha­cienda Way, 575-758-1000 One of the few North­ern New Mexico-style, Span­ish colo­nial “great houses” re­main­ing in the Amer­i­can South­west, built in 1804 by Sev­erino Martinez; taoshis­toric­mu­se­; open daily.

Mil­li­cent Rogers Mu­seum

1504 Mil­li­cent Rogers Rd., 575-758-2462

New Mexico Is My Home, other ephemera as­so­ci­ated with the state's history, through June 28. His­tor­i­cal col­lec­tions of Na­tive Amer­i­can jew­elry and paint­ings; His­panic tex­tiles, met­al­work, and sculp­ture; and con­tem­po­rary jew­elry; mil­li­cen­; open daily, through Oc­to­ber.

Taos Art Mu­seum at Fechin House 227 Paseo del Pue­blo Norte, 575-758-2690 Housed in the stu­dio and home that artist Ni­co­lai Fechin built for his fam­ily be­tween 1927 and 1933; taosart­mu­; closed Mon­days.

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