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The New Mexican's Weekly Magazine of Arts, Entertainment & Culture Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Art

  • "Gardening at Night" at Photo-eye

    Cig Harvey’s latest body of work remains on exhibit through June 4. The Maine-based photographer views themes of home, familial relationships, and time through a lens of magical realism. 

Former "THE Magazine" photographers at Phil Space

Dana Waldon and Anne Staveley present their work in a series of photos of artists in their studios including Dan Namingha, Jim Vogel, Gail Reike, Timothy Nero, Peter O…

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Looming large: Artist Kiki Smith

New York-based Kiki Smith saw the Apocalypse Tapestry, a set of late-14th-century French tapestries depicting scenes from the Book of Revelation, as a young adult on a…

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"Along the Pecos" at New Mexico History Museum

Jennifer Schlesinger originally envisioned her exhibit Along the Pecos to be shown in a windowless dark room with black walls, the only available light to be directed at her prints of subjects taken on the Pecos River in Northern New Mexico.

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Bodhi of work: The art of John Connell (1940-2009)

The artist's paintings and sculptures are rooted in Buddhist tradition, and that mythic moment Gautama experienced under the bodhi tree is a subject Connell returned to time and again, not shying away from depicting the diabolical forces attempting to unseat Buddha from his immovable spot.

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A new exhibit examines the history of Spanish Judaism, the Inquisition, and identity in the New World

In 1391, a yearlong pogrom forced Jews in Spain to either convert or be killed. About half of Spain’s Jewish population opted for conversion, creating a group called conversos, or New Christians. Fractured Faiths, opening at New Mexico History Museum, follows conversos to modern-day Northern New Mexico.

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