The New Mexican's Weekly Magazine of Arts, Entertainment & Culture Tuesday, July 22, 2014


  • Exhibitionism: James Drake's "Pages"

    The exhibition includes pieces the artist made as a continuation of a project that displays the results of his two-year commitment to produce a drawing every day, resulting in more than 1,200 images.

Exhibitionism: "Temporal Domain" at Peters Projects

Temporal Domain is the inaugural exhibit of Peters Projects, a division of Gerald Peters Gallery that aims to expand the audience for historically significant national…

In the spirit of Breton: Artist Dana Newmann

A 45-year retrospective of her work opens on Friday, July 11, at Phil Space. Dana Newmann: In the Realm of Surrealism contains 30 framed pieces, three cabinets of curi…

Art in Review: Hannah Holliday Stewart rediscovered

Hannah Holliday Stewart was born into the upper classes of Birmingham, Alabama, in 1924, but she wasn’t cut out for the life of a Southern belle. From a young age, she was fascinated by the natural world and all its subtle wonders. In a journal entry from her later years, she wrote, “When I was 8 years old I asked my mother what the wind looked like. ..."

SITE Santa Fe — Blue Curry: When the ships come in

Nassau-born artist Blue Curry, now living in London, had an idea for an installation that would subtly challenge the image of Nassau as merely a playground for tourists and at the same time would honor an aspect of its history.

Mixed Media: Under the dome

When Pull of the Moon, the land-based art project by Navajo artist Bert Benally and Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was completed in June in a remote spot in Coyote Canyon, it was only one aspect of a multimedia project that culminated this week in a reception at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.

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