tamarind institute


V.27 No.5 | 2/1/2018
Sketchy

Found Objects

Corridos opens at NHCC

See a play, hear a talk or check out a couple exhibitions.
V.20 No.38 | 9/22/2011
“The Overgrowth” by Bruce Lowney

Gallery Review

Quest for the Sublime

Forty years of Bruce Lowney

A four-decade retrospective on display at Exhibit/208 shows Bruce Lowney’s range as a master of the tri-tone lithograph. Collected Works charts his evolution as a printer and visual poet, while making space for his equally impressive large-scale oil works.
V.20 No.6 | 2/10/2011
“Dust Mine Marketing #2”  by Ethan Murrow
Courtesy of the Tamarind Institute

Interview

Print Spot

The Tamarind Institute looks to the future

With the 50th anniversary of Tamarind Institute still glimmering in the rearview mirror, I sat down to talk with gallery director Arif Khan about fast forward: four for the future, which features pieces by Anna Hepler, Fay Ku, Mark Licari and Ethan Murrow. The show is a mix of work made by these artists during their time at Tamarind and in their own studio practices, ranging from high-definition film to inflatable sculptures, wall drawings and watercolors.

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V.19 No.52 | 12/30/2010
ROYGBIV and the Anasazi
John Bear

Year in Review: Arts & Lit

Year of the Rainbow

Art faves for 2010

Albuquerque didn’t have a months-long Marina Abramovic show to torture us into art world obeisance (the “Grandmother of Performance Art” sat immobile for more than 700 hours in the Museum of Modern Art). But 2010 was a year of exhibitions, performances and people that have come to define the alternative position our city is carving out in the larger art world.

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