UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ART MUSEUM
505-277-4001 “Reconsidering the Photographic Masterpieces” now-July: One hundred works that encompass the history of photography from 1843 to 2011.
CONTEMPORARY CLAY FAIR
May 5-6 at the Santa Fe Women’s Club.
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE MUSEUM
505-946-1000 “Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: Landscapes of an American Modernist” now-April 29: Oil paintings and works on paper by the Native American artist and New Mexico resident. “Georgia O’Keeffe and the Faraway: Nature and Image” May 11-May 5, 2013: Paintings and photographs that explore O’Keeffe’s fascination with the landscape of New Mexico.
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY NATIVE ARTS
505-983-8900 “Under the Influence: Iroquois Artists at the IAIA (1962-2012)” now-July 31: Exhibition of selected works that explore the history and worldview of members of the Iroquois Confederacy.
MUSEUM OF INDIAN ARTS AND CULTURE
505-476-1250 “Woven Identities” now-April 1, 2014: A major exhibition of North American Indian baskets, woven by artists representing 60 different cultural groups.
MUSEUM OF INTERNATIONAL FOLK ART
505-476-1200 “Folk Expression in the Face of Disaster” now-May 6. “Young Brides, Old Treasures: Macedonian Embroidered Dress” now-Jan. 6, 2013: Garments that show through their designs the origin and marital status of Macedonian Women.
NEW MEXICO ARTS CENTENNIAL PROJECT SPACE
505-827-6490 “Nancy Judd: Consumption” now-May 4: Recycled furniture and objects.
NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF ART
505-476-5072 “Between the Lines: Culture and Cartography on the Road to Statehood” now-May 4: Hand-drawn and printed maps from 1564 to the present reflecting the physical and political boundaries and the many cultures of New Mexico.
SANTA FE CLAY
505-984-1122 “Summer Workshop Preview Exhibition” Work by the artists featured in the 2012 summer workshops.