Ex­hi­bi­tion­ism

A PEEK AT WHAT’S SHOW­ING AROUND TOWN

Pasatiempo - - CONTENTS - by Michael Abatemarco

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.

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