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20140610191706-day-326-web THE Magazine  
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Sam McBride, Clayton Porter at Offroad Productions April 19th - April 26th
Posted 6/10/14

ToasT + Cowboys offroad ProduCTions 2891-b Trades wesT road, sanTa fe THE WORD “PRISTINE” COMES TO MIND AS I RECALL THE EXHIBITION I saw at Michael Freed’s pop-up gallery, Offroad Productions, a quarterly event that he hosts at his studio off Siler Road, in Santa Fe’s industrial area—such as it is. Freed’s neighbors include a lot of auto mechanics and auto-body shops, a taxi company, and a couple of caterers. Kitchen Angels... [more]

20140304181120-11310214585_9cdd5c33ce_o Heart of the City  
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at 516 ARTS February 1st - May 3rd
Posted 3/26/14

HEART OF THE CITY POSITS THE URBAN CORE AS A CENTRAL, VITAL ORGAN of the city as a whole. It takes the health and potential growth and development of the city’s heart as inspiration for creative projects to comment on, be critical of, and to imagine alternative realities for the downtown of Albuquerque. In the exhibition catalogue, executive director Suzanne Sbarge asks, “How can Downtown revitalization bring our whole community together as active citizens interested in addressing the pu... [more]

20130208210033-esparza_12_sm-1 Art at the Border: 21st Century Responses  
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at 516 ARTS October 12th, 2013 - January 4th
Posted 3/4/14

Art at the Border: 21st Century Responses Wednesday, 09 October 2013 By Jamillah Wilcox Artists are often drawn to political and cultural hot spots, and few places have been hotter in the last decade. Art at the Border: 21st Century Responses investigates the imagination of contemporary artists who live and experience the current sociopolitical issues regarding the border between the U.S. and Mexico. The event is a part of a public series called Place/Displaced. Featured... [more]

20130208210033-esparza_12_sm-1 ‘Art At The Border’ Opens 10/12 at 516 ARTS  
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at 516 ARTS October 12th, 2013 - January 4th
Posted 3/4/14

‘Art At The Border’ Opens 10/12 at 516 ARTS Posted on October 11 2013 by Pyragraph Staff, Editorial farmers and creative foragers Margarita Cabrera. Art At The Border: 21st Century Responses, curated by Kate Bonansinga, is a politicized art extravaganza. See and engage with commentary about the socioeconomic divide along the border; the logistical rewiring of overcoming it; imminent dangers and the accompanying necessity to quickly evolve; subversive tactics—camouflage, rolling with the punches—fear of getting... [more]

20140304181120-11310214585_9cdd5c33ce_o Heart of a Duke  
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at 516 ARTS February 1st - May 3rd
Posted 3/4/14

Heart of a Duke Sunday, 26 January 2014 Collaborative community arts project aims to check Albuquerque’s cultural pulse By David SteinbergDo you think of Downtown Albuquerqueas the beating heart of the Duke City? Heart of the City wants you to consider that question with your head and your feet. In other words, think about what you see, feel and hear at the project’s varied programs.Heart of the City is the name of the three-month-long collaborative community proje... [more]

20140304181120-11310214585_9cdd5c33ce_o Downtown art animates city  
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at 516 ARTS February 1st - May 3rd
Posted 3/4/14

Downtown art animates city By Adrian Gomez / Asst. Arts Editor, Reel NMPUBLISHED: Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 12:05 am “Quantum Bridge” is a mural by Aaron Noble and apprentices at Warehouse 508. Aaron Noble took on his biggest project to date. The California-based muralist worked with students from Warehouse 508 on two murals for the “Heart of the City” project presented by 516 ARTS. If you go WHAT: “Heart of the City”WHEN: Opening reception 6-8 p.m. Sat... [more]

20140304181120-11310214585_9cdd5c33ce_o 516 Arts ♥ ♥ ABQ  
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at 516 ARTS February 1st - May 3rd
Posted 3/4/14

516 Arts ♥ ♥ ABQ Heart of the City explores our civic core Heart of the City explores our civic core The 516 Arts team are doing it again. They have identified a community need and are now gathering artists, thinkers and students to re-examine and re-imagine the future based on the past. For five months, from January to May, 2014, Albuquerque is both the focus and site of a multi-faceted exploration of the urban environment – with a specific focus on the city&... [more]

20140304181120-11310214585_9cdd5c33ce_o Art Fosters Discussion in Growing the Creative Core  
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at 516 ARTS February 1st - May 3rd
Posted 3/4/14

http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/516_arts_fosters_discussion_in_growing_the_creative_core [more]

CCA & SITE Santa Fe: The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Feb. 9, 2014)  
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2/6/14 Posted 2/6/14

Celebrate SITE Santa Fe's exhibit "Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art" with the winner of the Oscar for Best Foreign Film from 1972. This delicious satiric masterpiece from surrealist hero Luis Buñuel follows as an upper-class sextet sits down to dinner but never eats, their attempts continually thwarted by a vaudevillian mixture of events both actual and imagined. (France, 1972, 101m, digital) There is limited seating for this show, so come early or reserve in advance! ... [more]

20130208210033-esparza_12_sm-1 Border Art Gets Breathing Room  
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at 516 ARTS October 12th, 2013 - January 4th
Posted 12/11/13

By Wesley Pulkka / For the Journal | Sun, Nov 24, 2013 “John Deere Model #790 (#1)” by Margarita Cabrera is an awe-inspiring ceramic sculpture questioning the efficacy of international border laws and their potentially negative impact on human, plant and animal life. While many curators harbor a fear of open space, guest curator Kate Bonansinga allows individual works the freedom to breathe in her “Art at the Border: 21st Century Responses” installation at 516 ARTS... [more]

20120608210716-isea2012_stephen_hilyard_mountain_1 Five questions with Natasha Martell  
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Grégory Lasserre & Anaïs met den Ancxt, Evan Apodaca, Artereazione+Consonant, Jason Baerg, Ranjit Bhatnagar, Pamela Brown, Krista Caballero, Natalie Carlton, Stephen Cartwright, Paula Castillo, Seoungho Cho, Ian Clothier, Mexican Space Collective, CorpusElectric, Claire Coté, Cristobal Mendoza & Annica Cuppetelli, D. Bryon Darby, Ivan Puig & Andrés Padilla Domené, Robert Drummond, Nina Dubois, Titia Ex, Alicia Eggert & Mike Fleming, Jason Garcia, Steve Gibson, Alexander Glandien, Neil Mendoza & Anthony Goh, Mark Goldman, Catherine Harris, Matthew Hebert, Paul Wiersbinski & Hanna Hildebrand, Stephen Hilyard, Joel Hobbie, Jim Houk, Bethany Delahunt & Luke Hussack, Todd Ingalls, Andreas Maria Jacobs, Tom Jennings, Nova Jiang, Benjamin Johnsen, Claudia Cumbie-Jones & Lance Ford Jones, Anna Keleher, Waheguru Khalsa, Scott Kildall, Eve Andrée Laramée, Hector Leiva, Mick Lorusso, Colleen Ludwig, Te Kahu Kiiwi Henare & Craig Macdonald, Fred Paulino and Lucas Mafra, Mark Malmberg, Matahiapo, Rachel Mayeri, Lynn Cazabon & Neal McDonald, Jaime Smith & Dylan McLaughlin, Daniel Miller, Scott Moore, Stacy Neff & Mark Nelson, Antony Nevin, Justin Love & Jim Olson, Fernando Orellana, Rubén Ortiz-Torres, Nam Jun Paik, Kent Frankovich & Adam Pettler, Carmelita Topaha & Larry Phan, Yulia Pinkusevich, Kura Puke, François Quévillon, DPrime Research, Daniel Richmond, Carlos Rosas, Stephanie Rothenberg, Meridel Rubenstein, Teri Rueb, Agnes Chavez & Alessandro Saccoia, Francesca Samsel, Siena Sanderson, Alyce Santoro, Joana Moll & Heliodoro Santos, Scenocosme, Michael Schippling, Jessica Segall, Bruce Shapiro, Nathaniel Stern, Te Hunga Wai Tapu, Jo Tito, Filipa De Lima Valente, Bruno Vianna, Leo Villareal, Blue Wade, Dr. Te Huirangi Waikerepuru, Te Urutahi Waikerepuru, Nina Waisman, Ruth West, William Wilson, Meow Wolf, Adrianne Wortzel, Marina Zurkow, Christiaan Zwanikken at 516 ARTS September 19th, 2012 - January 6th, 2013
Posted 4/11/13

Five questions with Natasha Martell Southwest regional community and education program manager for Intel Corp. Gary Gerew, Special to NMBW October 19, 2012 Intel was a sponsor of the recent International Symposium on Electronic Art in Albuquerque. If someone just happened to see a van completely covered with cameras drive by last month, how would you explain to them what the International Symposium on Electronic Art was? The International Symposium on Electronic Art is an exciting course of events t... [more]

20130208200305-02 Poignant shows at 516 ARTS  
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Faisal Abdu'Allah, Emily Arthur, Marwin Begaye, Dyani White Hawk, John Hitchcock, Ryan O'Malley, Henry Payer, Duane Slick, C. Maxx Stevens at 516 ARTS June 29th, 2013 - September 21st, 2013
Posted 8/13/13

By Wesley Pulkka / For the Journal | Sun, Aug 11, 2013 Galleries address the collision of values in cultural matrix 516 ARTS is hosting “Air, Land, Seed” and “Octopus Dreams,” two staggeringly poignant exhibitions addressing the ongoing collision between Native American contemporary albeit mythically-based artistic expression and the commodity-based values of the mainstream American and Western European cultural matrix. Now before anyone jumps on their cavalry pony... [more]

20130531161704-8_516_arts_rande_cook_into_the_light Poignant shows at 516 ARTS  
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Tony Abeyta, Lynne Allen, Neal Ambrose-Smith, Shuvinai Ashoona, Jamison (Chas) Banks, Marwin Begaye, Edgar Heap of Birds, Marty Two Bulls, Ross Chaney, Rande Cook, Laura Fragua-Cota, Bob Haozous, Luzene Hill, Frank Buffalo Hyde, Deborah Jojola, Jeff Kahm, lessLIE, Linda Lomahaftewa, Rhett Lynch, Michael McCabe, America Meredith, Ohotaq Mikkigak, N. Scott Momaday, Eliza Naranjo Morse, Daniel Namingha, Chris Pappan, Alex Pena, George Rivera, Mateo Romero, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Ningeokuluk Teevee, Charlene Teters, Emmi Whitehorse, Stephen Wood, Melanie Yazzie, Debra Yepa-Pappan at 516 ARTS June 29th, 2013 - September 21st, 2013
Posted 8/13/13

Galleries address the collision of values in cultural matrix 516 ARTS is hosting “Air, Land, Seed” and “Octopus Dreams,” two staggeringly poignant exhibitions addressing the ongoing collision between Native American contemporary albeit mythically-based artistic expression and the commodity-based values of the mainstream American and Western European cultural matrix. Now before anyone jumps on their cavalry pony and decides to raid yet another unprotected village, things ar... [more]

20130208200305-02 Indigenous and Global  
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Faisal Abdu'Allah, Emily Arthur, Marwin Begaye, Dyani White Hawk, John Hitchcock, Ryan O'Malley, Henry Payer, Duane Slick, C. Maxx Stevens at 516 ARTS June 29th, 2013 - September 21st, 2013
Posted 8/13/13

http://www.pyragraph.com/2013/06/indigenous-and-global-516-arts/ [more]

20130811112117-untitled Watchlist Artist: Wanxin Zhang  
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Wanxin Zhang at Turner Carroll Gallery 8/11/13 Posted 8/11/13

San Francisco artist Wanxin Zhang's new works will come to Turner Carroll this summer! We are very pleased to be the first gallery to present Zhang's works this year. His work is indicative of China's new emerging consciousness, respectful of tradition and sympathetic to intellectual curiosity. As an artist who grew up in Manchuria, Zhang has experienced a long journey to get to California. He has a strong academic foundation that was developed from a young age in China. Once Zhang was... [more]

20130208200305-02 Art exhibits expand time, place  
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Faisal Abdu'Allah, Emily Arthur, Marwin Begaye, Dyani White Hawk, John Hitchcock, Ryan O'Malley, Henry Payer, Duane Slick, C. Maxx Stevens at 516 ARTS June 29th, 2013 - September 21st, 2013
Posted 7/19/13

By Adrian Gomez / Asst. Arts Editor, Reel NM on Sun, Jun 30, 2013 “Chemically Wasted Warhorse” by John Hitchcock, 2011, screenprint and drawing. Featured in “Air, Land, Seed.” Project tells story of two decades of printmaking by Native artists Two exhibits each tell a similar story. While the message may be similar, each one has its own voice. “Air, Land, Seed” and “Octopus Dreams” are being showcased by 516 ARTS in Downtown Albuquerque. The two exhibits showcase contemporary Native American artists in g... [more]


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