A PEEK AT WHAT’S SHOWING AROUND TOWN
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.