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For some, the nine pots are works of art. But for Tewa people, the centuries-old artifacts were utensils, a part of the everyday lives of their ancestors. The Poeh Cultural Center at Pojoaque Pueblo is showcasing the pots, a variety of pieces … more
When people first encounter the artwork that August Muth and Sasha vom Dorp are showing in “Images of Interference” — opening Sunday (Oct. 23), 2-5 p.m. at the Hulse/Warman Gallery, 222 Paseo del Pueblo Norte — they invariably take an awed … more
In the spring of 1964, Ramón Sanchez said he went on a trip to Portugal with his school class. “My father let me take his twin lens Rolleiflex camera to the trip, which I see now as an incredible amount of trust put on a 16-year-old boy. From … more
It’s not often that the paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe turn up on exhibit to the public in the UK. Currently there are over 100 paintings in the exhibition “Georgia O’Keeffe” at Tate Modern, London (July 6-Oct. 30, 2016). There had been no … more
When the Whitney Museum in New York first exhibited “The Quilts of Gee’s Bend” in 2002, some art observers thought the museum had gone mad. That’s because quilting was considered a provincial craft and not a sophisticated art form. But the … more
Georgia Gersh, owner and director of Magpie Gallery in the Overland Ranch Complex in El Prado, is wrapping up the season with an eclectic exhibit. “It features seven artists who deserve wall space and attention. All of these artists have been … more
Serious students of Taos art, or anyone who appreciates the history and lifeblood of this community, will likely be stunned by the breadth of work on view in the Harwood Museum's new 'Continuum: Light, Space & Time, The Harwood Collection: … more
A chance to meet Damini Celebre, OCHO’s Fall 2016 artist-in-residence, will be given when the Questa art and event space hosts an Open House and Presentation Friday (Oct. 7) at 5:30 p.m. Celebre will present a community talk on her new works and … more
The Southern Methodist University-in-Taos and University of New Mexico-Taos Fall Lecture Series continues with its third installment Thursday (Oct. 6). The free lecture is titled “Comanches and Genízaros in Taos” and takes place from 6-8 p.m. … more
Hank Brusselback’s narrative dreams burst into superlative color in his one-man show, “Scenes from The Rosy Fingered Dawn,” opening with a reception Thursday (Oct. 6), 4-6 p.m., at the Encore Gallery in the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo … more
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