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July 17, 2024 through May 4, 2025

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Explore the Diverse Art Scene of New Mexico! Dive into a variety of upcoming exhibitions across the state. From large-scale works to explorations of light and photography, there’s something for every artistic taste. Witness impressive, large-scale artworks or delve into the unique light of New Mexico through diverse artistic mediums. Expand your art adventure! Explore for exhibitions happening around New Mexico.

Intrigue Gallery Presents:


Featuring contemporary oil and metal leaf portraits by Santa Fe artist, Pamela Frankel Fiedler urging women to find their empowerment by standing up, speaking out and VOTING! 

Empower! Opening reception on Friday, July 19th, 5-7:30pm and runs through Monday, August 19th, at Intrigue Gallery, 238 Delgado St in Santa Fe.

Obscura Gallery has:

Picturesque Summer

A group exhibition radiating the vibrant palettes and warmth of summer through the photography of four female photographers: Susan Burnstine, Rania Mater, Jennifer Spelman, and Aline Smithson. 

Picturesque Summer will host an opening reception on Friday, July 19th, 5-7pm, at Obscura Gallery, 225 Delgado St in Santa Fe. The exhibition runs through Saturday, August 3rd.

New Mexico Museum of Art Presents:

Saints & Santos:  Picturing the Holy in New Spain

An exhibition which speaks to the importance of saints in New Spain, a viceroyalty that was part of the Spanish Empire from 1521-1821 and included modern-day Mexico, Central America, and the US Southwest. 

Saints & Santos:  Picturing the Holy in New Spain opens on Saturday, July 20th and runs through Sunday, January 12th, 2025 at New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 W Palace Ave in Santa Fe.

Wild Hearts Gallery has:

The Art of Wandering

An exhibition of photography, painting & mixed media by artist, Joan Fenicle.

The Art of Wandering runs through Sunday, July 28th at Wild Hearts Gallery, 221 B. Homestead Village Hwy 165 in Placitas.

Hecho a Mano has:


An exhibition by artist, Julianna Kirwin. Babcia is Polish for grandmother. The majority of her work in the show honors her relationship with her own Polish grandmother, who came from a rural area near Krakow and immigrated to the U.S. alone and settled in New Britain, CT in a neighborhood known as Little Poland.

Babcia runs through Monday, July 29th at Hecho a Mano, 129 W Palace Ave in Santa Fe.

The Gallery ABQ has:

Enchanting Works of Nature and Beyond

Featuring birds, beasts, flowers, and landscapes by Gail Ranshaw (watercolor and oil) and Cathe Collard (watercolor, colored pencil, and sculpture) and Alison Thomas (glass and resin). 

Enchanting Works of Nature and Beyond runs through Wednesday, July 31st at the Gallery ABQ, 8210 Menaul Blvd NE in Albuquerque.

OmniHum Gallery has:

Deserted Embodiment

Artist Hannah Heaton’s paintings pull inspiration from the transcendentalist movement, surrealism and the desert of the southwest. She creates alluring imagery that goes beyond the traditional landscape painting. Weaving together human form and landscape.

Deserted Embodiment runs through Saturday, August 10th at OmniHum Gallery, 246 LeDoux St, Ste. B in Taos.

Zane Bennett Contemporary Art has:

Nathan Budoff & Wookjae Maeng

Puerto Rico-based painter and muralist Nathan Budoff presents vibrant new paintings on the interconnected nature of flora, fauna, and space. From our sister collection at form & concept, ceramicist Wookjae Maeng exhibits porcelain and stoneware faux taxidermy that explores our delicate ecological present. Together, these artists’ works aim to reframe our established attitudes toward our natural environment.

Nathan Budoff & Wookjae Maeng runs through Saturday, August 31st at Zane Bennett Contemporary Art Gallery, 435 S Guadalupe St, floor 2 in Santa Fe.

Form & Concept has:

My Hair Story: from Brunette to Gray

A 22-year retrospective presenting the hair-drawing practice of multidisciplinary artist Rosemary Meza-DesPlas.

My Hair Story: from Brunette to Gray runs through Saturday, August 31st, at Form & Concept, 435 S. Guadalupe St in Santa Fe.

Gerald Peters Contemporary Gallery has:


An exhibition of new and recent works by multidisciplinary artist, X. The exhibition metamorphoses reimagined television test patterns into conduits of collective retrospection and Indigenous prophecy. Each creation, a mosaic of temporal and spatial layers, folding material, time and space into a multidimensional tableau. Through this dynamic striation, it reframes perceptions, urging audiences to ponder the intricacies of history and envision alternative futures. 

Void_Strata  runs through Saturday, August 31st at Gerald Peters Contemporary, 1011 Paseo de Peralta in Santa Fe.

516 Arts has:

New Worlds:  New Mexico Women to Watch 2024

When women artists envision a different world, how does that look? See works answering this question by artists, Nikesha Breeze, Szu-Han Ho, Eliza Naranjo Morse, Jennifer Nehrbass, and Rose B. Simpson—organized with the New Mexico State Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The exhibition includes a diverse range of mediums including sculpture, painting, and lithography.

New Worlds runs through Saturday, September 28th at 516 Arts, 516 Central Ave SW in Albuquerque.

The Quinta Gallery at Los Poblanos has:

Tamarind Summer Season

Featuring original lithographs from the Tamarind collection including works by Maja Ruznic, Emmi Whitehorse, Matt Shlian, June Wayne and Brian Rea. There are a variety of opportunities to view the exhibit and learn more about Tamarind’s essential role in the world of lithography.

Tamarind Summer Season runs through Monday, September 2nd at Quinta Gallery at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm, 4803 Rio Grande Blvd NW in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque.

National Hispanic Cultural Center Visual Arts Museum has: 

Convergence x Crossroads: Street Art from the Southwest

Showcasing the vibrancy and ingenuity of the street art scenes in New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, California, and Northern Mexico presenting artworks by artists who identify as Chicano/a/x, Latino/a/x, Indigenous, and Native American.  The artists whose work is featured in the exhibition use the street as their medium to create graffiti and/or murals.  

Convergence x Crossroads: Street Art from the Southwest runs through Sunday, February 23rd, 2025 at the Visual Arts Museum at the NHCC, 1701 4th St SW in Albuquerque.

Vladem Contemporary at the New Mexico Museum of Art has:

Off Center:  New Mexico Art 1970-2000

Featuring more than 125 works by New Mexico artists in recent decades. It is the first major showcase of artwork specifically from New Mexico as a whole. The exhibition will go through five partial rotations to capture as much of the theme and as many of the influential artists as possible.

Off Center:  New Mexico Art 1970-2000 runs through Sunday, May 4th, 2025 at Vladem Contemporary at the New Mexico Museum of Art, 404 Montezuma Ave in Santa Fe.

Roswell Art Museum has: 

Silvery Synthesis

Artist, Dominick Porras draws from his multicultural background and lived experience as an interdisciplinary Chicano/Coahuiltec artist to channel inspiration from personal memories and cultural collectivity. He uses a broad array of artistic mediums from photography to digital media to immersive installations to unite and intersect community activism through art.

Silvery Synthesis runs through Sunday, August 18th at the Roswell Art Museum, 1011 N. Richardson Ave in Roswell.

Ray Drew Gallery at New Mexico Highlands University has:

Carving my Path

A solo exhibition featuring a series of new prints by artist, Nancy Camacho. Within her bold graphic designs Camacho discloses her life’s journey and eagerly unfurls her stories to the viewer. Camacho’s work reveals the many people, cultures, and places that have impacted her work & world.

Carving my Path runs through Friday, July 19th at Ray Drew Gallery on the campus of New Mexico Highlands University, 1005 Diamond St in Las Vegas.

Electra Gallery has:


New paintings by California Artist, Rachel Dawson. She is an artist and educator based in Oakland, CA. Her practice bridges artistic and metaphysical processes, seeking to render the invisible visible and materialize the immaterial. As an artist, she embodies her role as a medium within the feminized space of her intuitive practice and the creative process of artistic expression

Talisman runs through Saturday, July 20th at Electra Gallery, 825 Early St, Ste. D in the Railyard District in Santa Fe.

LewAllen Galleries has:


Artist Jivan Lee has gained an esteemed reputation as a leading contemporary painter of the landscape of New Mexico, lauded for his profound connection to nature and his highly-physical process of plein air painting. He is celebrated for his vibrant use of color, textured application of painting, and his thoughtful, introspective approach to his subjects.

Arboreal runs through Saturday, July 20th at LewAllen Galleries, 1613 Paseo de Peralta in Santa Fe.

Taos Center for the Arts, Encore Gallery has:

Tell Me, I’m Listening

Multimedia artist, Brian Baretto primarily sculpts in marble. He pursues the human form as a locus between identity, gender, and the inimitable joy of belonging. 

Tell Me, I’m Listening runs through Sunday, July 21st, at Encore Gallery at Taos Center for the Arts, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in Taos.

GF Contemporary and Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art has:

Spirit Animals:  A Little Help from our Friends

Artist, Melinda K. Hall is known for her colorful, humorous oil paintings and embodies the spirit and wonder of the animal kingdom. She uses rich layers to celebrate the healthy boundaries of the armadillo,
the self-care of the chinchilla, and the spirit of the cat.

Spirit Animals:  A Little Help from our Friends runs through Sunday, July 21st at Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art, 702 Canyon Rd in Santa Fe.

City of Belen has: 

Art in the Park

Local artists will feature their handmade artwork. Local food trucks will be on hand as well. 

Art in the Park on Saturday, August 3rd, 11am-3pm and every other Saturday through the end of August at Anna Becker Park, 315 N 4th in Belen.  

For Information, contact Dez at 505-261-5057.

Edition One Gallery has:

Sacred Nature:  Wild Africa

An exhibition by Angela & Jonathan Scott, internationally acclaimed wildlife photographers and authors, who have dedicated their careers to capturing the essence of African wildlife through their stunning photography and compelling storytelling. 

Sacred Nature:  Wild Africa runs through Friday, August 9th at the Edition One Gallery, 729 Canyon Rd in Santa Fe.

LewAllen Galleries has:

Battle is Internal

Respected American painter Linda Stojak’s elegant, ethereal women emerge from atmospheric color expanses to communicate personal narratives and divine mysteries in a body of new paintings comprising her 4th solo exhibition. Stojak’s exotically alluring figures materialize out of an otherworldly plane of richly textured surfaces.

Battle is Internal runs through Saturday, August 10th at LewAllen Galleries, 1613 Paseo de Peralta in Santa Fe.

Albuquerque Museum has:

Making American Artists:  Stories from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1776-1976

Showcasing more than 100 works of art featuring prominent American artists such as Andrew Wyeth, Edward Hopper and Mary Cassatt. Telling stories of the United States over the course of 200 years.

Making American Artists:  Stories from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1776-1976 is on display through Sunday, August 11th at the Albuquerque Museum, 2000 Mountain Rd NW in Albuquerque.

Roswell Art Museum has:

John De Puy: The Last Taos Modern

De Puy passed away peacefully at his home in Ojo Caliente at the age of 95 on March 15, 2023. Some would consider him to have been the last surviving artist in the Taos Moderns group. De Puy’s work has been collected and exhibited not only across New Mexico, but internationally as well.

John De Puy: The Last Taos Modern runs through Sunday, August 18th at Roswell Museum, 1011 N. Richardson Ave in Roswell.

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Albuquerque Museum has:

Nuclear Communities of the Southwest

This exhibition brings together stories told by the laboratories, the communities who worked there, and artists’ responses to explore a broader history of the people who were impacted by and involved in the development of nuclear technologies in New Mexico.

Nuclear Communities of the Southwest runs through Sunday, September 15th.

Albuquerque Museum, 2000 Mountain Rd NW in Albuquerque.  More information and tickets at

Site Santa Fe has:

Carmen Herrera: I’m Nobody! Who Are You?

A solo exhibition of later works by Cuban-born American abstract minimalist artist Carmen Herrera (1915-2022). Her works originate from an Emily Dickinson poem and highlight the virtue of anonymity and isolation. 

Carmen Herrera: I’m Nobody! Who Are You? runs through Monday, September 16th at Site Santa Fe, 1606 Paseo de Peralta in Santa Fe. 

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Box Studio & Sculpture Garden has: 

Origami in the Garden

This traveling exhibit celebrates its 10th anniversary with the largest display here in New Mexico! Walking the garden usually takes about 40 mins, then visitors can experience an interior “Inside Out” paper folding and unfolding exhibit in the Gallery Gift Shop. Consider wearing comfy shoes and clothes, a hat, SPF and have a water bottle. 

Origami in the Garden opened this week and runs through Friday, November 1st, at Box Studio & Sculpture Garden, 3453 NM 14 in Cerrillos.

The Georgia O’Keefe Museum Has:

Artful Living:  Georgia O’Keefe & Modern Design

Dive deep into the interior design of O’Keefe’s home and studio. It was transformed by the artist into an artist’s sanctuary by circumventing regional norms.

Artful Living:  Georgia O’Keefe & Modern Design runs through Tuesday, April 1, 2025 at The Georgia O’Keefe Museum Welcome Center, 21120 U.S. 84 in Abiquiu.

The Museum of International Folk Art has:

Amidst Cries from the Rubble:  Art of Loss and Resilience from Ukraine

An exploration of life in war-torn Ukraine through art featuring more than 60 works including a newly commissioned photographic series, “Wrapping Art-Art of Salvation” by photographer Marta Syrko. The exhibition presents a reflection on the enduring strength of the Ukrainian people. 

Amidst Cries from the Rubble:  Art of Loss and Resilience from Ukraine runs through Sunday, April 20th, 2025 at the Museum of International Folk Art, 706 Camino Lejo in Santa Fe.  international folk