A PEEK AT WHAT’S SHOWING AROUND TOWN
Zoë Zimmerman: Fledgling 2016, pigment ink print
Photo-eye Gallery, 541 S. Guadalupe St., 505-988-5152 The work of eight photographers from Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico — Zoë Zimmerman, Steve Fitch, James Pitts, Edward Ranney, Jamey Stillings, Jo Whaley, Brad Wilson, and Laurie Tümer — are displayed in the exhibit Local Eight. The show’s focus is the diversity of photographic styles and mediums. The works touch on themes such as climate change, landscapes, and American highway culture. Local Eight goes on view on Tuesday, Feb. 7, with an artist reception scheduled for Friday, Feb. 24, at 5 p.m.
Edie Tsong: 2014 Santa Fe (Mother and Daughter) 2015, ballpoint pen on paper
New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 W. Palace Ave., 505-476-5072 The last in the museum’s yearlong Alcoves exhibit series opens Friday, Feb. 3, with a free reception at 5:30 p.m. Alcoves is a series of five-artist installations that remain on view for seven weeks. The exhibits hark back to when the museum, which celebrates its centennial this year, first opened in 1917 and offered local artists opportunities to show their work. Alcoves 16/17 #7 features installations by Ciel Bergman, Jessika Edgar, Ilona Pachler, Clayton Porter, and Edie Tsong.
Dean Fleming: Papados, Greece 1964, acrylic on canvas
David Richard Gallery, 1570-A1 Pacheco St., 505-983-9555 Under director Paula Cooper, Park Place Gallery, originally located in Lower Manhattan, became an important promoter of experimental art in the 1960s. David Richard’s exhibit Park Place Gallery: Founders and Friends, Then and Now includes paintings and drawings by Park Place founding members Dean Fleming, Edwin Ruda, and Leo Valledor as well as their contemporaries such as Linda Fleming and Patsy Krebs. The show opens Friday, Feb. 3, with a 5 p.m. reception.
William Lumpkins (1909-2000): Untitled undated, oil on canvas
Santa Fe Art Institute, 1600 St. Michael’s Drive, 505-424-5050 An exhibition of works by renowned architect and abstract painter William Lumpkins continues through Feb. 6. Working with Lumpkins’ daughter Jennifer Mudd Lumpkins, the Santa Fe Art Institute has been cataloging a Lumpkins collection, housed at the institute, that includes paintings, papers, blueprints, and ephemera. Lumpkins, a member of the Transcendental Painting Group in the ‘30s, co-founded SFAI with Pony Ault in 1985.
Oliver Williams: Jupiter From Europa 2016, acrylic painting
Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th St. NW, Albuquerque, 505-242-6367 The Harwood Art Center partners with ArtStreet, a program of Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, to present Recycled Heart, an exhibit of recycled and mixed media artworks by ArtStreet program participants. ArtStreet offers the homeless opportunities to express themselves creatively and get their work shown, and helps to increase awareness of issues of homelessness. Recycled Heart opens Friday, Feb. 3, with a reception at 6 p.m.