A bold reinstallation of Albuquerque Museum's permanent collection emphasizes real New Mexico.
Now encompassing over 60 pieces, this primarily outdoor tour explores various themes, media, and techniques by prominent regional sculptors including Luis Jimenez, Alan Houser and Nora Naranjo-Morse among others.
Revolt 1680-2180: Virgil Ortiz, 2016 Artist-in-Residence
Summer artist-in-residence transforms Albuquerque Museum
into Pueblo Revolt. Cochiti Pueblo artist, potter, fashion designer and photographer Virgil Ortiz to install work July 19 - 31, 2016.
Due to a previously scheduled event, Virgil Ortiz’s installation will not be available for viewing on Saturday, August 20. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Confluence of cultures and perspectives in Taos seen in Albuquerque Museum’s exhibition of works on paper.
September 24, 2016 - March 19, 2017
Mabel Dodge Luhan & Company: American Moderns and the West
Luhan brought modern art to Taos, New Mexico, putting Taos on the national and international map of the avant-garde and creating a “Paris West” in the American Southwest.
Jews of Albuquerque in the 20th Century: Building Community Along the Rio Grande
Albuquerque Jews have been leaders in business, law, medicine, as well as in the arts and inter-group relations.
The Carved Line: Block Printmaking in New Mexico
An ancient artistic medium with a modern aesthetic, block printing in New Mexico has been impacted by the beauty and tensions of New Mexico’s unique cultural landscapes and sacred spaces.
Hollywood Southwest: New Mexico in Film and Television
From Billy the Kid to Breaking Bad, movies and television have portrayed and marketed our state into the present day. Guest curated by American cultural historian Paul Andrew Hutton, this pop culture exhibit includes westerns, war movies, comedy, and science fiction.
Chasing the Cure to Albuquerque
Chasing the Cure will show the significant historical impact of tuberculosis and how New Albuquerque expanded socially, politically, and economically as a result of TB in the late 19th and early 20th century.