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David Michael Kennedy: Long Horn Texas 2016, palla

The Globe Gallery, 727 Canyon Road., 505-989-3888 Edi­tion One Gallery part­ners with The Globe Gallery for David Michael Kennedy: Cross­roads, an ex­hibit of the pho­tog­ra­pher’s monochro­matic im­ages from a ca­reer span­ning more than 40 years. Aft work­ing pri­mar­ily in com­mer­cial pho­tog­ra­phy in New York, shoot mu­si­cians, ac­tors, and artists, Kennedy set­tled in New Mex­ico n 1986 and tran­si­tioned from com mer­cial to fine art pho­tog­ra­phy. Kennedy, a dark­room pho­tog­ra­pher who uses the plat­inum/ pal­la­dium tech­nique, fo­cuses much of his prac­tice on pro­duc­ing haunt­ing and at­mo­spheric re­gional land­scapes. The re­cep­tion is Fri­day, March 10, at 5 p.m.

Fe­ria y Fi­esta poster for spring fes­tiv­i­ties in Seville, Spain

Mu­seum of In­ter­na­tional Folk Art, 706 Camino Lejo, 505-476The ex­hi­bi­tion Fla­menco: From Spain to New Mex­ico re­mains on vi u p . . The show traces the spread of fla­menco from its ori­gins among the Gypsy peo­ple of southern Spain in the 15th cen­tury to the mod­ern day. In­cluded in the show are cos­tumes, play­bills, mu­si­cal in­stru­ments, and paint­ings. More than 150 ob­jects are on dis­play. The ex­hibit also looks at how the dance form has in­flu­enced New Mex­ico cul­ture.

Jor­dan Pehler: Moun­tain Tran­si­tions 2013, mixed me­dia, en­caus­tic

Mu­seum of En­caus­tic Art, 632 Agua Fría St., 505-989-3283 The En­caus­tic Art In­sti­tute opens the first en­caus­tic art mu­seum in the United States in Santa Fe on Satur­day, March 11. The in­sti­tute, now in its 11th year, sup­ports artists work­ing in the hot-wax medium that is typ­i­cally ap­plied by brush and can be used by itself or with added pig­ments. The mu­seum’s grand open­ing in­cludes an ex­hibit of more than 200 se­lec­tions from the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion (on view through June 24) and a rib­bon-cut­ting cer­e­mony that takes place at the 10 a.m. public open­ing. Visit www.moeart.org for more in­for­ma­tion.

Heiner Thiel: Un­ti­tled - WVZ 9/17/649 2017, an­odized alu­minum

ine Art, 554 S. Guadalupe St., 505-989-8688 ea­sure Hunt in­cludes works by gallery artists such as Jeremy Thomas’ forgeds, an­odized-alu­minum wall sculp­ture by Heiner Thiel, mixed-me­dia works by Paul two-di­men­sional works by Joan Watts, Anne Ap­pleby, John­nie Wi­nona Ross, and ibit con­tin­ues through April 3.

Theodore Van Soe­len (1890-1964): Three-quar­ter Length Self-Por­trait un­dated, oil on can­vas

New Mex­ico Mu­seum of Art, 107 W. Palace Ave., 505-476-5072 The mu­seum’s ex­hibit Self-Re­gard: Artist Self-Por­traits From the Col­lec­tion looks at the di­verse treat­ment of self­por­trai­ture in pho­tog­ra­phy, paint­ing, draw­ing, and print­mak­ing. The show em­pha­sizes what self-por­trai­ture re­veals about its maker as well as high­light­ing the many forms, from ab­stract to fig­u­ra­tive, this genre can take. The show in­cludes art by pho­tog­ra­pher John S. Can­de­lario (1916-1993), painter Bar­bara Latham (18961989), and print­maker Käthe Koll­witz (1867-1945), among oth­ers. The show is on view through Sun­day, March 12.

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