V.27 No.25 | 6/21/2018
The Art of Exchange
New Visiting Curator Series kicks off with a visit from renowned artist and curator
Before his visit, Julio César Morales took the time to discuss his work as an artist and curator, how art can work in the community and the importance of “supporting artists working in 'off center' locations such as Albuquerque."
V.27 No.24 | 6/14/2018
Otto Rigan's sculptural work and the art of endurance
Otto Rigan's work at Spaceport America aspires to timelessly capture flight, without dated references to specific technology.
To Be, Definitely To Be
Two classics come to Downtown ABQ
Peter Kierst, Artistic Director, tells us about Shakespeare on the Plaza.
V.27 No.23 | 6/7/2018
Al Parra and Friends of Mountain Road
Pathways to the Past
New public art project honors and illuminates the history of Mountain Road
Julianna Kirwin was inspired by Mountain Road's history and architecture to develop History of the Neighborhood through the Eyes of Contemporary Artists.
Palmas and Poetry
Vanesa Coloma's homage to a golden age kicks off Flamenco Festival
We interview Vanesa Coloma, who kicks off Festival Flamenco Internacional de Albuquerque with her company's performance of the expansive work Flamenklórica.
All photos by Corey Yazzie
Photo Essay: Artwalk
Downtown Albuquerque 06-01-2018
Photos of recent Artwalk Downtown Albquerque
V.27 No.22 | 5/31/2018
Courtesy of the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Forged in New Mexico
Exhibition brings clarity to a legacy of jewelry making
American Jewelry from New Mexico is an expansive exhibition of personal adornment bridging styles and millennia.
V.27 No.21 | 5/24/2018
The Digital Revolution
Artechouse brings new experiences and mediums to Albuquerque
Artechouse's objective is to provide the world's first gallery space dedicated to new art and technology as mediums.
At Home in the World
Place is unpacked at Sanitary Tortilla
Still Moving, with its works by two Albuquerque-rooted artists, examines the world outside: how we interact with landscapes both urban and pastoral and integrate ourselves into them, making home wherever we go.
V.27 No.20 | 5/17/2018
Joanna Keane Lopez
Brick by Brick
Artist Joanna Keane Lopez makes contemporary installation with traditional techniques
Joanna Keane Lopez' latest work—washed white adobe walls growing toward the sky, slender mirrors running vertically—provides a meeting point to cultivate community.
V.27 No.19 | 5/10/2018
New Gallery on the Block
Vitrine brings new conceptual works to Downtown
Three interdisciplinary artists have made space for themselves and others by renting a tiny commercial space and using it as a noncommercial gallery and more.
Erin Galvez explores the meaning of the materials in It's Hard to Say
Erin Galvez makes sculptural pieces of scavenged, thrifted and otherwise reclaimed materials.
V.27 No.18 | 5/3/2018
Returned to the World
Craig Childs' latest book explores pre-history and what it means to modernity
Craig Childs is in wonder of pre-history in all its obscurity, as presentiment to life as we know it today. Relating to ancient humans is an exercise in empathy and stretches the imagination.
© Estate of Patrick Nagatani
Feeling for the Edge
Survey of Patrick Nagatani's early photograhy illumines a master
We speak with curator Mary Statzer about Patrick Nagatani, who created smart, often surprising photographs that hummed with their questions on spirituality, the construction of self, how we heal and how we fit into the puzzle of the natural world.
V.27 No.17 | 4/26/2018
Wiz Allred of Desert Moon
Stories in Clay and Canvas
A legacy of creativity is illustrated in Three Generations
Tammy Garcia's works on canvas are inspired by the pottery she and her family have been making for generations.