Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
By Abi Blueher
Thirty-five photographs from one of America’s pioneers of modernist photography will go on display starting this weekend at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. In the summer, Paul Strand lived and worked in New Mexico from 1930 through 1932. During this time, he created these pieces depicting Southwest landscapes, portraits of Strand's wife, and ghost towns and abandoned haciendas. There will be a free opening for the public with live music and a cash bar on Friday, Sept. 22, from 5 to 8 p.m. Admission to the museum is $4 to $8. For more information, visit www.okeeffemuseum.org. The show will run through Jan. 14.
NEWSLETTERS Great Alibi stories, events and deals delivered to your inbox each week. No fooling!
Excluidas del Paraíso at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Learn about the mechanisms that maintain patriarchal systems and perpetuate economic, cultural, and social inequality and imbalances of power in Spanish and Western societies.
The Brew Bee at Boese Brothers Brewing
Newsboys at Kiva AuditoriumMore Recommended Events ››