MUSEUMS & ART SPACES
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; ccasantafe.org.
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; elmuseocultural.org.
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; okeeffemuseum.org.
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,
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; iaia.edu/museum; 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; indianartsandculture.org; 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; internationalfolkart.org; 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; spanishcolonial.org. 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, nmhistorymuseum.org; 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; nmartmuseum.org; 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; santafebotanicalgarden.org; 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; sitesantafe.org. (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; wheelwright.org.
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; cabq.gov/culturalservices/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; indianpueblo.org; 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, maxwellmuseum.unm.edu.
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, nationalhispaniccenter.org.
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; unmartmuseum.org.
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; plazadeespanola.com.
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; lanl.gov/museum; 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; losalamoshistory.org.
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; harwoodmuseum.org; 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; taoshistoricmuseums.org; 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; millicentrogers.org; 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; taosartmuseum.org; closed Mondays.