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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]

20130531161704-8_516_arts_rande_cook_into_the_light Indigenous and Global: Two New 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 7/19/13

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20130208200305-02 Air, Land, Seed and Octopus Dreams  
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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

Posted by Editor in Visual Arts on May 30, 2013 Addressing cultural identity through the significance of place Chemically Wasted Warhorse by John Hitchcock, 2012, screenprint and drawing, 44×30 inches. As part of a summer/fall series of public programs titled Place/Displaced, addressing cultural identity through the significance of place, 516 ARTS announces Air, Land, Seed. This group exhibition of Native American artists addresses global tensions between home and exile, drawing from the unique perspectives of the indigenous peoples of Native... [more]

20130531161704-8_516_arts_rande_cook_into_the_light Octopus Dreams  
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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 7/19/13

June 29, 2013 - September 21, 2013 Debra Yepa-Pappan, Hello Kitti Tipi, 2007, archival digital inkjet print 8 x 8.5 inches This exhibition in the upstairs gallery, concurrently with Air, Land, Seed downstairs, features works on paper by 36 contemporary Native American artists. Curated by Suzanne Fricke and Beverly Morris, the project was originally organized with the Institute of American Indian Arts to celebrate 2012 as the official year of Russian-American friendship. The American Consulate sponsored th... [more]

20130627145248-luncheon Watchlist Artist: Fay Ku  
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Fay Ku at Eight Modern 6/14/13 Posted 6/14/13

Eight Modern is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Fay Ku: Asa Nisa Masa. Ku stages mythic tableaus of transformation and tension performed by young women (and the occasional boy). The refinement and subtlety of Ku’s technique offer an arresting contrast to the raw psychological charge of the scenes she depicts. Ku is inspired by what she calls the “residues” of human culture. “Problematic relationships and issues of socialization are central themes in my work: stories, myths and things witnessed inspire me,” K... [more]

20130313154924-ryderrichards_coercion_gunpowder__graphite__wood__acrylic_2012 Watchlist Artist: Ryder Richards  
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Ryder Richards at Roswell Museum and Art Center 3/13/13 Posted 3/13/13

Roswell Museum and Art Center is currently showing works of Ryder Richards in an exhibition titled 'Conflicted' on view till 17 Apr. 2013. During his time as a fellow at the RAiR Program, Ryder Richards (born in Roswell in 1977) has developed a series of drawings and sculptures exploring methods of icon and image presentation in the West. Using two Renaissance sculptures as inspiration, the work in Conflicted presents flattened images of the sculptures held aloft by a wooden network of scaffolding... [more]

20120608210716-isea2012_stephen_hilyard_mountain_1 ISEA, More Than Just Another Cool Acronym  
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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 6/12/12

ISEA, More Than Just Another Cool Acronym Written by Katy Crocker  //  November 8, 2011  //  Art, Design  //  No comments Ilove acronyms. ISEA is pronounced like a word, which—according to my college Linguistics professor—distinguishes it from initialism, and officially makes it an acronym. Think: idea with an ‘s,’ not I.S.E.A.  Here’s another: GOLF, an alleged acronym meaning “gentlemen only ladies, forbidden.” ISEA isn’t an alleged acronym, however; it stands for International Symposium for E... [more]

Michelle Cooke: On Our Santa Fe Watchlist  
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2/25/12 Posted 2/25/12

(Image: Michelle Cooke, "Poem," detail, 2012, glass; © Harwood Museum of Art) Michelle Cooke Michelle Cooke’s body of work is comprised of poetic, Minimalist drawings, avant-garde fashion, and found object sculpture, along with her signature glass installations. Cooke has moved gracefully through incarnations of a unique installation process, which has led to an unusual viewing experience. Carefully inserting each 2" x 2" thin, delicate, square piece of transparent glass, Cooke creates a co... [more]

20111228210606-belitz_jumping_ship Showcase features N.M. artists  
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Bret Aaker, Philip Augustin, Virginia Baich, Claudia Baragiola, Karen Bexfield, Michael Bisbee, Esteban Bojorquez, Michael Borowski, Marina Brownlow, Gail Buono, Lauren Carter, Alex Chavez, Jane Chevalier, Dana Chodzko, Jill Christian, Sally Condon, Regina Araujo Corritore, Helen Cozza, Glenn Craley, Michael Darmody, Sarah Davidson, Sondra Diepen, Nina Elder, Elen Feinberg, Kathleen Ferguson-Huntington, Margaret Fitzgerald, Molly Geissman, Renée Brainard Gentz, Alison Green, Gregory Horndeski, Monique Janssen-Belitz, David Koch, Bryan Konefsky, Sheldon Krevit, Scott Krichau, Celeste LaForme, Ted Larsen, Sandra Lerner, Suzanne Marshall, Tom Martinelli, Tara Massarsky, Chika Matsuda, Diane McGregor, Jim McManus, Ana Medina, Jonathan Morse, Jack Ox, Gwen Entz Peterson, Rebekah Potter, Mario Quilles, Antonio Ramon, Luanne Redeye, Laura Robbins, Benjamin Roe, Diane Rolnick, Valerie Roybal, Harriet Yale Russell, Radio Sebastian, Janet Yagoda Shagam, Michael Sharber, Danielle Shelley, Yoshiko Shimano, Leah Siegel, Dunnieghe Slawson, Natalie Smith, Debra Stark, Robert Stembridge, Bonnie Stipe, Dennis Summers, Lori Swartz, Harriette Tsosie, Jennifer Vasher, Marion Wasserman, Margi Weir, Gary Wellman, James Philip West, Scott White, Juan Wijngaard, Cedra Wood, Susan Zimmerman at 516 ARTS February 4th, 2012 - April 28th, 2012
Posted 2/24/12

Showcase features N.M. artists by Adrian Gomez More than 1,000 pieces of art were submitted by 279 New Mexico-based artists. Of those, 80 artists were chosen to participate in the “New Mexico Showcase” at 516 ARTS.  The exhibition begins on Saturday, Feb. 4, and runs through April 28.  516 ARTS Director Suzanne Sbarge says the gallery issued a call for artists for the show last summer and was impressed with how many artists responded.  If you go WHAT: “New Mexico Showca... [more]

20111228210606-belitz_jumping_ship 516 ARTS celebrates five years of success  
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Bret Aaker, Philip Augustin, Virginia Baich, Claudia Baragiola, Karen Bexfield, Michael Bisbee, Esteban Bojorquez, Michael Borowski, Marina Brownlow, Gail Buono, Lauren Carter, Alex Chavez, Jane Chevalier, Dana Chodzko, Jill Christian, Sally Condon, Regina Araujo Corritore, Helen Cozza, Glenn Craley, Michael Darmody, Sarah Davidson, Sondra Diepen, Nina Elder, Elen Feinberg, Kathleen Ferguson-Huntington, Margaret Fitzgerald, Molly Geissman, Renée Brainard Gentz, Alison Green, Gregory Horndeski, Monique Janssen-Belitz, David Koch, Bryan Konefsky, Sheldon Krevit, Scott Krichau, Celeste LaForme, Ted Larsen, Sandra Lerner, Suzanne Marshall, Tom Martinelli, Tara Massarsky, Chika Matsuda, Diane McGregor, Jim McManus, Ana Medina, Jonathan Morse, Jack Ox, Gwen Entz Peterson, Rebekah Potter, Mario Quilles, Antonio Ramon, Luanne Redeye, Laura Robbins, Benjamin Roe, Diane Rolnick, Valerie Roybal, Harriet Yale Russell, Radio Sebastian, Janet Yagoda Shagam, Michael Sharber, Danielle Shelley, Yoshiko Shimano, Leah Siegel, Dunnieghe Slawson, Natalie Smith, Debra Stark, Robert Stembridge, Bonnie Stipe, Dennis Summers, Lori Swartz, Harriette Tsosie, Jennifer Vasher, Marion Wasserman, Margi Weir, Gary Wellman, James Philip West, Scott White, Juan Wijngaard, Cedra Wood, Susan Zimmerman at 516 ARTS February 4th, 2012 - April 28th, 2012
Posted 2/7/12

Slideshow: 516 ARTS celebrates five years of success New Mexico Business Weekly by Megan Kamerick, NMBW Senior Reporter Date: Friday, February 3, 2012, 2:31pm MST - Last Modified: Friday, February 3, 2012, 4:07pm MST View photo gallery (8 photos) 516 ARTS "Love and Death in the Desert" by Alison Green Things could have gone a very different way at 516 Central SW in 2002. The owners at the time were looking at selling the building, which housed Magnifico art space. The di... [more]

20111228210606-belitz_jumping_ship Celebrating 5 with 80  
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Bret Aaker, Philip Augustin, Virginia Baich, Claudia Baragiola, Karen Bexfield, Michael Bisbee, Esteban Bojorquez, Michael Borowski, Marina Brownlow, Gail Buono, Lauren Carter, Alex Chavez, Jane Chevalier, Dana Chodzko, Jill Christian, Sally Condon, Regina Araujo Corritore, Helen Cozza, Glenn Craley, Michael Darmody, Sarah Davidson, Sondra Diepen, Nina Elder, Elen Feinberg, Kathleen Ferguson-Huntington, Margaret Fitzgerald, Molly Geissman, Renée Brainard Gentz, Alison Green, Gregory Horndeski, Monique Janssen-Belitz, David Koch, Bryan Konefsky, Sheldon Krevit, Scott Krichau, Celeste LaForme, Ted Larsen, Sandra Lerner, Suzanne Marshall, Tom Martinelli, Tara Massarsky, Chika Matsuda, Diane McGregor, Jim McManus, Ana Medina, Jonathan Morse, Jack Ox, Gwen Entz Peterson, Rebekah Potter, Mario Quilles, Antonio Ramon, Luanne Redeye, Laura Robbins, Benjamin Roe, Diane Rolnick, Valerie Roybal, Harriet Yale Russell, Radio Sebastian, Janet Yagoda Shagam, Michael Sharber, Danielle Shelley, Yoshiko Shimano, Leah Siegel, Dunnieghe Slawson, Natalie Smith, Debra Stark, Robert Stembridge, Bonnie Stipe, Dennis Summers, Lori Swartz, Harriette Tsosie, Jennifer Vasher, Marion Wasserman, Margi Weir, Gary Wellman, James Philip West, Scott White, Juan Wijngaard, Cedra Wood, Susan Zimmerman at 516 ARTS February 4th, 2012 - April 28th, 2012
Posted 2/7/12

Thursday, 26 January 2012 516 Arts returns to its roots with new exhibit featuring wide array of artists from all corners of New Mexico   By Chloë Winegar-Garrett New Mexico is a land rich with traditional and contemporary art, ancient methods and experimental creative procedures, urban and rural living, all without one single definition of how all of this ties together. It is this melting pot of aesthetics and ideas that has distinquished New Mexico within the art world for... [more]

Eric Reinemann: On Our Santa Fe Watchlist  
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1/17/12 Posted 1/17/12

(Image: Eric Reinemann, PWS-1, 6 x 8, mixed media on panel; © GF Contemporary) Eric Reinemann (b. 1978, New York, USA) "Currently, I am working strictly from observation and cannot make anything that looks like anything I know. I have to find ways of working with the idea that information constantly enters and leaves my field of vision. I know a tabletop is rectangular, and the objects on the tabletop break up the rectangle, but the process of seeing a tabletop involves watching a constant... [more]

Dirk De Bruycker: On Our Santa Fe Watchlist  
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1/7/12 Posted 1/7/12

(Image: Dirk De Bruycker, Orange Crescent,  2010, Asphalt, gesso, cobalt drier & oil on canvas, 76 x 60 inches; © William Shearburn Gallery) Dirk De Bruycker (b. 1952, Ghent, Belgium) Dirk De Bruycker is a Belgian-born artist who currently divides his time between Santa Fe, NM and Granada, Nicaragua. 'I think some of the intensity and sensuality of Latin America has crept into my work. There is a feeling of unease here below the surface that is palpable and yet it is so beautiful here. The force o... [more]

20110805101556-516_aaron_noble_a_better_tomorrow CRITICAL REFLECTIONS  
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Esteban Bojorquez, Boneface, Aaron Campbell, David Cudney, Lawrence Getubig, Benjamin Johnsen, Joel Jonientz, Mark Newport, Aaron Noble, Min Kim Park, David Gremard Romero, Cullen Washington Jr, Jolene Yazzie at 516 ARTS October 1st, 2011 - January 7th, 2012
Posted 11/9/11

| november 2011  THE magazine | 53 BAM! Here comes 516 ARTS with another killer exhibition. Superheroes is an all-good, twenty-plus-artist showing of aesthetic defenders kicking you in the kisser. Like you’re minding your own business when outta nowhere—POP, ZING, ZOWIE—you’re attacked by a buncha evildoers, and at the end of some horrendously freaky ordeal you emerge with a bizarre set of powers that set you apart from the rest of the world forever... Okay, so maybe it didn’t quite hap... [more]

Tanmaya Bingham: On Our Santa Fe Watchlist  
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10/8/11 Posted 10/8/11

(Image: Tanmaya Bingham, Bunnies Have Extended Spines, 2011, colored pencil and mixed media on board, 16.6x12.6in; © Tanmaya Bingham) Tanmaya Bingham (b. 1978, Washington DC, USA) Tanmaya Bingham's artworks investigate the mechanics of human dynamics and the neurological processes that create patterns in our daily lives. Her focus is on psychological, sociological and genealogical patterns that occur within the context of herself and her immediate circles. Although the content of her work is hig... [more]

New Artist: Andrea Cermanski  
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10/5/11 Posted 10/5/11

(Image: Andrea Cermanski, Iron Spring, Acrylic on Canvas, 30" x 24"; Andrea Cermanski) Andrea Cermanski (b. 1974, Norristown, Pennsylvania, USA) My work is the antithesis of Trompe l’oeil: rather than trying to “trick” the viewer into believing the image is reality, I aim to intrigue the viewer with paint in its beautiful simplicity.  My work is a conversation in color inspired by the intricacies of the natural world.  Extracting my palette from nature, my work embodies the delicate interpl... [more]


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